Based on a simple message of “You are more beautiful than you think”, Dove created a campaign based on how you see yourself, and how others see you, visualised through the trained hands of an FBI sketch artist. The results are astoundingly poignant.
These beautiful seaweed are designed by I&S BBDO Tokyo for Umino Seaweed. The japanese patterns symbolising long life, luck, beauty and happiness are laser-cut to convey the company’s hope for Japan’s future.
Van Wanten Etcetera executed a great concept, which show the different faces behind the biographies, Anne Frank, Vincent van Gogh, Louis van Gaal and Kader Abdolah. Unfortunately, these books were computer generated, but I am sure there is a way to make real versions of these brilliantly rendered ones.
Mother London’sChristmas project is a hilarious take on psychic readings, promising tees with your personal psychic readings by celebrity LA-based psychic Lucinda Clare. All for just a £100 donation to Age UK.
MÖBIUS — Federation Square is a collaborative stop motion sculpture where twenty-one large triangles animated by Melbourne, throughout Federation Square. MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The result is an optical illusion and a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and moving through Melbourne’s landmark location throughout the day. By ENESS
This is an extraordinary and true story of Thailand‘s most exceptional soccer team. Thailand’s Leading retail bank TMB has now running a advertising campaign featuring this team. In 1986 the kids of the small floating fishing village of Koh Panyee got inspired by the World Cup in Mexico and wanted to start their own football team. But there was one problem, to be able to play football they need a pitch. Check out this nicely created five minute commercial created by Leo Burnett, Bangkok and Arc Worldwide, Bangkok its worth it.
The first ever collaboration of many between Absolut and China artists is revealed with the unveiling of the Absolut 72Bian, the name taken from a phonetic translation of the chinese word ‘变‘, which means change. Used to symbolise the chinese mythical character of the Monkey God, who can morph himself into 72 different changes. The limited Absolut bottle design is sadly, not much different, save for a printed cartoonish interpretation of the Money God. Interesting?.. barely… Ad campaign? Forgettable… Ticking the Chinese marketing box? Absolut-ly!