Advertising by Design (22 Brilliant Ideas)

TBWA/Hunt/Lascaris – We Sent Their Briefs Back

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Although TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris is well established as an above-the-line agency, our clients were yet to be introduced to the wealth of talent that TBWA\ Design has to offer. So, to get our clients’ attention, we intercepted existing above-the-line briefs and used the physical advertising brief as our canvas. Instead of answering the brief in a traditional manner, we conceptualized various designs that captured the essence of the brands, then brought them to life using only the cardboard job bags and the briefs that were attached to them. We created intricate pieces of paper art, transforming our client’s briefs into multi-dimensional design pieces. We then sent our clients’ briefs back to them, proving that TBWA\ Design can do amazing things with their briefs. Our campaign was a huge success. The design studio received their first new brief from our client just 5 days later. Even more notably, new design work in the system rose by 450% within the first 6 weeks.

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, Johannesburg
Executive Creative Directors: Matthew Brink, Adam Livesey
Art Director: Jade Manning
Copywriter: Vincent Osmond
Creative Director: Sacha Traest, Mike Groenewald
Design: Sacha Traest, Leigh-anne Salonika, Katleho Mofolo, Graeme Van Jaarsveld, Ilze Venter, jason Fieldgate
Typographer: Hazel Buchan
Photographer: Graeme Borchers, Des Ellis
Year: 2013

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Coca-Cola – Sharing Can

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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Paris/Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore
Chief Creative Officer: Chris Garbutt, Eugene Cheong,
Creative Director: David Raichman, Frederic Levron, Yvan Hiot
Copywriter: Xiao An Cheng
Designer: Martin Olivier, Olivier Brechon
Technical Partner : Capital Innovation
Year: 2013

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Land Rover – The Escape Key

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Jaguar Land Rover MENA is promoting the Land Rover LR4 with “The Land Rover Escape Key”, a small icon designed to replace the ESC key on desktop computer. Sent out in three batches of 800 pieces, the keys are designed to remind people at the office that there’s way to escape the every day routine of indoor business. Test driving a Land Rover LR4 is the way to find life beyond the office cubicle. The number of queries almost tripled and test drives are up by 208%.

Advertising Agency: Y&R MENA
Chief Creative Officer: Shahir Zag
Creative Director: Joseph Bihag, William Mathovani
Year: 2013

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Kit Kat – The Pillow Book

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Advertising Agency: JWT, Sao Paulo, Brazil
CCO: Ricardo John
Art Director: Brunno Cortez
Copywriter: Erick Mendonça
Creative Director: Ricardo John
Year: 2013

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Marionnaud – Memory Game

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Marionnaud, one of Europe’s largest perfume retailers, celebrated “10 years’ expertise in fragrance”. For the jubilee we created a very special staff incentive: the first Memory game without pictures. The cards had been finished with a fragrance coating. When rubbed, the cards released the scent of ingredients used in perfume manufacture. Rub and sniff: that was the only way to identify the pairs – but no problem for Marionnaud professionals.

Advertising Agency: Wirz/BBDO, Zurich
Executive Creative Director: Philipp Skrabal
Art Director: Barbara Hartmann
Copywriter: Marietta Mügge

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FIAT – Hero Hug

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Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, São Paulo
Chief Creative Officer: Marcelo Reis
Executive Creative Director: Guilherme Jahara
Creative Director: Rodrigo Jatene
Copywriter: Caio Lekecinskas
Art Director: Rafa Oliveira

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Domino’s Pizza – Domino’s Pizza Disc

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Advertising Agency: Artplan, Sao Paulo
Executive Creative Director: Roberto Vilhena
Creative Director: Rodrigo Moraes
Copywriter: Tiago Trindade, Rodrigo Sanches
Art Director: Diogo Barbosa, Guilherme Grotti
Graphic Production: Bruno Werner

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Megaman – Light Bulb Calendar

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Advertising Agency: Grabarz und Partner, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Ralf Heuel
Creative Director: Andre Price, Jan-Florian Ege
Art Director: Andre Price, Jana Mehrgardt, Jan Riggert
Designer: Sönke Jansen

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Heineken – First Interactive Bottle

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Heineken embraces the start-up culture of experimentation because it knows that invention never sleeps. The brand understands that the best ‘user experiences’ tap into existing consumer behaviors and push technology into the background.

The intent of the Heineken Ignite project was to develop an idea that would create a memorable Heineken experience unlocking the power and possibilities of mobile innovation and technology.

Heineken believes that mobile innovation could offer a much more rewarding experience than just an app and embraced the challenge to think about how the product could be leveraged as an interface to the brand experience.

A prototype of Heineken Ignite will be revealed on 9 April at Milan Design Week as part of Heineken’s Lounge of the Future concept. Heineken takes its promise to “open your world” even further with the Heineken Ignite project, enhancing the organic way in which the product is used based on social interaction between beer drinkers. This innovative approach lets people be a part of the party in a whole new way and opens up possibilities in social situations.

Advertising Agency: Tribal DDB, Amsterdam

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3M Earplugs – Volume Pack

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The task was to develop an original promotional packaging solution that immediately conveyed the product value of 3M’s Solar Earplugs – a product targeted at end users frequently requiring effective noise protection (such as musicians and festival-goers). Solution: 3M turned the purpose of the earplugs – to reduce noise – into an original package design. The container’s cap looks like the volume knob of a hi-fi system; when opening it to reach the earplugs, one seems to be turning down the volume.

Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Germany
Chief Creative Officer: Martin Pross
Executive Creative Director: Matthias Spaetgens
Creative Direction: Robert Krause, Wolf Schneider
Copy: Nils Tscharnke
Art Direction: Sebastian Frese, Ralf Schroeder

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Deutsche Bank – Anamorphic Mirror

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Brief Explanation
The vestibule is a narrow room of 25sqm strongly limiting the possible size of the installation. Therefore, we decided to utilise light for a radiant impact, and to expand the process of reception by making use of the visitors’ movement while approaching the area via a short staircase. Going upstairs becomes part of the experience as visitors gain increasing insights to the entry with the installation. Its concept is based on the principle of anamorphosis: what you see alters as you change your position in space. The image only fully resolves itself when seen from a particular ‘sweet spot’.

Describe the brief from the client
The redesigned corporate headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt am Main are now housing a brand and conference area. Parts of this section are public and can be accessed directly from the spacious atrium via a staircase. Deutsche Bank commissioned us to develop an installation that references the well-known company logo, originally designed by Anton Stankowski, for the vestibule of this area. The brief was to provide an atmospheric element that would be visible to customers, visitors and employees standing at reception, as well as on the bridge connecting the building’s 2 towers.

Description of how you arrived at the final design
‘Anamorphic Mirror’ consists of a faceted mirror and blue light projected onto the opposite wall. When viewed from the ‘sweet spot’ the mirror reflects the Bank’s logo. Standing at the bottom of the stairs, visitors see seemingly random blue reflections on the mirror’s facets. As they get closer, the blue reflections begin to take shape, until they resolve into the bank’s logo upon the visitors’ reaching the stairs’ top. In this manner, an animation is created from a static surface. While getting even closer to entering the conference area, visitors are themselves reflected in the mirror and thus take centre stage.

Indication of how successful the outcome was in the market:
Since the opening on April 6 more than 20,000 visitors came to see the public part of the brand area. Board members use the overall facilities to hold receptions, functions such as HR are using it for employee activities, bank managers invite partners and clients, the press department welcomes journalists. With unobtrusive means, the dynamic and yet poetic installation ‘Anamorphic Mirror’ creates an atmospheric element with space-encompassing impact, and attunes visitors to the brand from the very beginning.

Advertising Agency: ART+COM in Cooperation with COORDINATION, Berlin
Executive Creative Director: Joachim Sauter
Designer: Simon Häcker
Project Manager: Gert Monath
Senior Art Director: Eva Offenberg
Year: 2013

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The Hälssen & Lyon - The Tea Calendar

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The Hälssen & Lyon tea calendar is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Finely flavoured and pressed until wafer-thin, the 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. The tea calendar was sent exclusively to selected business partners.

Advertising Agency: Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg
Executive Creative Director: Sascha Hanke
Creative Director: Heiko Schmidt and Kay Eichner
Creative: Patrick Schroeder, Julia Meissner
Year: 2013
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Hot Wheels – Don’t Drink and Drive Key Chains

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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, Mumbai, India
National Creative Directors: Abhijit Avasthi, Rajiv Rao
Senior Creative Director: Amitabh Agnihotri, Sameer Sojwal
Creative Group Head: Yogesh Pradhan
Year: 2012
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Greenpeace – Do Not Disturb

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Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo, Brazil
Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director: Caio Tezoto
Year: 2012

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Coca-Cola FM – Magazine Amplifier

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The piece consists in an exclusive insert for subscribers of the latest edition of the Capricho magazine which was created by JWT. Attached to the cover, the art allows readers to turn the magazine into an amplifier. Simply by rolling the magazine and inserting the iPhone tuned into the Coca-Cola FM application in the spot indicated. The final format allows the sound waves to travel in two different directions at the same time, intensifying the stereo effect created by the device. The next step is to enjoy the music.

Advertising Agency: JWT, Brazil
Year: 2012

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Red Bull – Portable Charger

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We created Redbull-shaped portable charger. This Redbull-shaped charger will show its own recharging screen when they fit into the gadget And the mobile webpage of Redbull will be on the screen when it is unlocked.

Advertising Agency: Hallym University, Cheonan-si, South Korea
Copywriter: Heejo Sun, Dongkyun Yu
Art Director: Minseok Go
Year: 2012

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Land Rover – Edible Survival Guide

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While Land Rover vehicles can take on any obstacles in the desert, it cannot be said the same of their owners. Scorching temperatures, deadly animals and sinkholes are just a few things they might encounter. And when they venture deep into it, even the most experienced drivers can quickly succumb to the harshness of the desert. We wanted to create something that would cut through the clutter and that these people would like to keep. So we created a survival guide, which explained the basics for staying alive in the Arabian Desert, and packaged it in a way that would spur the attention of our target audience.

We researched every indigenous animal and plant, people could encounter in the Arabian Desert and how they could be used to survive. We studied the topography of the region to guide people to safety. We used a reflective packaging similar to army rations, which could be used to signal for help, and bound the book with a metal spiral, which could be used for cooking. Finally, we even took an extra step so that in case of emergency, people could always EAT the book. It was made out of edible ink and paper, and it had a nutritional value close to that of a cheeseburger.

We sent the book to 5,000 existing customers, gave it away as a supplement to the cars’ manual and made it freely available in sports shops. The initial response was very positive. And the client was so happy with the concept that they asked us to include the book as an insert in the next edition of a car magazine, with a 70,000 circulation.

Advertising Agency: Y&R, Dubai, UAE
Chief Creative Officer: Shahir Zag
Creative Director/Copywriter: Shahir Zag
Creative Director/Art Director/Illustrator: Joseph Bihag
Copywriter: Guillaume Calmelet
Designer/Copywriter: Khaled Said
Year: 2012

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IBM – Outdoor as Utility

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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy France

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Ricola – Ricola Music Edition

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Ricola, a brand of cough drops and breath mints in Switzerland, is known for its traditional blend of thirteen natural herbs. The provision of instant relief, even to the most strained throats, is visualised with the help of the wrapping paper. The Music Edition, an illustrated release, turns the drops into the heads of suffering singers. Each and every throat appears to be constricted. However, when you unwrap a bonbon, the throat is relieved and all hoarseness disappears. Print advertising presented the five characters: Rockabilly, Pop star, Opera singer, Rapper and Punk Rocker, with the tag line, “Unwrap your voice”. The project won Gold for Package Design at the London International Awards this week.

Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt, Hamburg

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Camp Nectar – Fruit Boxes (Made from Real Fruit)

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General Brands in Brazil ran a two-year experimental campaign in which fruit was grown in the shape of Camp Nectar fruit boxes to promote the claim, “Made from Real Fruit”. Customized juice box molds were placed around growing fruit on an orchard in Paranapanema, producing 1,123 oranges, lemons, guavas and passion fruit with the Camp Nectar box shape. The specially designed fruit, complete with brand imprint, straw and carton flaps, were placed in supermarkets and fairs to promote the juice range. The campaign won a Gold Outdoor Lion, a Bronze Direct Lion, a Silver and Bronze Promo & Activation Lion.

Advertising Agency: Age Isobar, Sao Paulo

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Sweet Enough – The Candy Room

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Sweet Enough, an importer of sugar free candy products in Australia, has set up The Candy Room, a store in Melbourne designed to draw out the inner child in customers, connecting them with childhood, fantasy and fiction and of course, sweets. Black line artwork is applied on white space, supplemented with the bright colours of the sweets throughout the store.

Advertising Agency: Red Design Group

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Oreo – Oreo Crumb Case

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Miami Ad School students have developed a tea bag enclosure for Oreo cookie crumbs to infuse milk with Oreo flavor. The Oreo Crumb Case, developed as a student project, could go a long way. Just shake together all the crumbs left in the Oreo packet, sprinkle them into the Crumb Case, and infuse the crumbs in your tumbler of milk.

Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School


15 Most Insightful Call for Entries Ads

1 – ADC-UA Awards (Ukraine)/Agency: Leo Burnett Ukraine

2 – The 2002 Marketing Awards/Agency: Taxi Canadamarketing-awards-hack-small-18780

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3 – Art Director’s Club CdF 2006/Photographer Vincent Dixon

4 – The Art Directors Club CfE 2002/Bozell New York

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5 – The Singapore Creative Circle Awards 1997/Leo Burnett Singapore

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6 – Creative Club of Belgium (Call for entry 2005)/Agency: Duval Guilarme, Brussels

7 – The KBP Radio Awards, C.f.E 2007/Agency: BBDO Guerrera Ortega, Philippines

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8 – The Art Director’s Club CdF 2009/Agency: Publicis New York

9 – Clio Awards 2004/Agency: ALMAP/BBDO

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10 – The Art Director’s Club Cdf 2011/Agency: DDB New York

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11 – Crèa Awards 2007/Agency: BOS, Canada

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12 – The One Club Call for Entries 2007/Agency: Jupiter Drawing Room, South Africa

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13 – AdAwards Call for Entries 2006/Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Paris

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14 – ADC 92° Annual Awards/Agency: The Conquistadors Collective, New York

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15 – The Tinta Awards Call for Entries 2012/Agency: Young & Rubicam Philippines

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Banco do Brasil – The bank with clients names

Banco do Brasil, the Latin America’s biggest bank with approximately 23 million clients, rebranded 300 of their entrance banners in nine Brazilian states to include client’s name. The rebranding was part of a bigger campaign to celebrate the fact that people were free tp change to another bank without paying an additional  fee.

Banco do Brasil has 15.000 branches, and only a fraction of those were personalized, but the symbolic gesture created the sense that every Banco do Brasil client is unique. The campaign doubled the number of new accounts and spawned spontaneous media coverage.

Advertising Agency: ARTPLAN, Rio de Janeiro
Creative Drector: Roberto Vilhena
Copywriter: Gustavo Tirre, Daniell Rezende
Art Director: Marcos Hosken, Sergio Carvalho
Year: 2006
Bronze Lion


Almap/BBDO for Volkswagen Original Parts (1999/2012) – The Original Case History

Grasshopper/Caterpillar/Worm (1999)

Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Cassio Zanatta
Art Director: Valdir Bianchi
Photographer: Alexandre Catan

Shirt Bottom (2000)

Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Rondon Fernandes
Art Director: Luciano Lincoln
Photographer: Claus Stellfeld

Ducklings/Grenade (2001)

Creative Director: Marcello Serpa/Eugenio Mohallem
Copywriter: Beto Ovelha
Art Director: Marcelo Siqueira
Photographer: Fernanda Tricoli

Clone (2005)

A surprising ending dramatizes why you should buy real Volkswagen parts.

Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcello Serpa, Cassio Zanatta, Giba Lages
Art Director: Roberto Fernandez
Copywriter: Sophie Schoemburg
Production Company: Jodaf Mixer
Director: Joao Caetano Seyer
Bronze Lion

Letters (2006)

Creative Director: Marcello Serpa/Cassio Zanatta
Copywriter: Cassio Zanatta
Art Director: Giba Lages

Hook/Lifeguard/Parachute (2009)

Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luis Sanchez, Dulcidio Caldeira
Copywriter: Andrè Godoi
Art Director: Andrè Gola

Helmet/Baby Seat (2010)

Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luis Sanchez, Dulcidio Caldeira
Copywriter: Andrè Godoi
Art Director: Andrè Gola

Chinese/Meditation (2010)

Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luis Sanchez
Copywriter: Renato Simoes
Art Director: Bruno Prosperi

I love You/Son You’re Adorable/Boss/It’s Not You (2011)

Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director: Bruno Prosperi
Copywriter: Renato Simoes
Production Company: Vetor Zero
Director: Fabio Acorsi
Editor: Thiago Bueno
Sound Design: Raw Produtora De Audio
Silver Lion for the Campaign

I love You/Boss/Melissa/Adopted (2011)

Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director: Bruno Prosperi
Copywriter: Renato Simoes

Chemical Formula (2011)

Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director: Pedro Rosa
Copywriter: Marcelo Nogueira

The Original Click (2012)

For each successful video on YouTube there is poorly made imitations. There are hundreds of bad imitations and video clip remakes. Some of these copies had millions of views. And we saw an opportunity behind all this: promoting Volkswagen original auto parts.

We looked for some copies of these videos with a considerable amount of views on YouTube and we placed banners promoting our product in them. When users clicked on the banner, they had a surprise: they were redirected from the copy to the original video and thus we managed to promote our product without taking anyone to visit a corporate site.

For each US$100 spent, we had almost 125,000 views and approximately 500 clicks.

General Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Co-Creative Director Online: Luciana Haguiara, Sandro Rosa
Art Director: Sandro Rosa, Raul Arantes, Victor Britto
Copywriter: Andre Almeida; Luciana Haguiara


Sprite – Beach Shower in Rio De Janeiro

The most recent experiential stunt from Sprite Brazil’s long-running “Refresh Your Ideas” campaign is a powerful shower on the beach in Rio de Janeiro that looks like a drinks dispenser.  This is such a simple idea and is bound to get people thinking about how refreshing it would be to have some Sprite after a sweltering day on the beach.

This video is also a good way to start a viral campaign and gain some fans in their international Facebook page which already counts 8,4 millions followers. The campaign is growing quickly on Twitter right now, a lot of positive opinions are being shared via tweets.

 


Titanic in advertising

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Four men transport a heavy box with precious contents to a waiting ship. The box survives lots of dangers and finally arrives safe. Unfortunately the ship is the Titanic.
Advertising Agency: DDB Needham, Netherlands
Year: 1993
Gold Lion

Der Spiegel Magazine


Advertising Agency: Springer & Jacoby
Year: 1998

Gradiente Home Theatre


Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam, Brazil
Year: 1998

Alka Seltzer


Advertising Agency: BBDO Portugal
Year: 1998

Audi


Advertising Agency: Tandem DDB, Spain
Year: 1999

Titanic Food Festival


Advertising Agency: PSL Erickson, India
Year: 1999

Publicaciones Semana


Advertising Agency: Lowe & Partner, Colombia
Year: 1999

Canal +


Advertising Agency: Equator Belgium
Year: 2000
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Priya Village Cinema


Advertising Agency: Contract Advertising, India
Year: 2000

Canal +


Advertising Agency: EURO RSCG BETC, France
Year: 2000

Star Channel

In a scene reminiscent of “Titanic”, the workers in an office try to fix a broken shelf.
Advertising Agency: Dentsu, Tokyo
Year: 2001

Fisherman’s Friends


Advertising Agency: Springer & Jacoby
Year: 2003

Meio & Mensagem Magazine


Advertising Agency: Neogama BBH, Sao Paulo
Year: 2003

Citroen XSara Picasso


Advertising Agency: Duezt EURO RSCG, Sao Paulo
Year: 2003

 Soken DVD

This series show the problems when you play a DVD player. It then recommends a Soken DVD player instead. The office girl talks to her friend at the elevator about the ‘Titanic’ DVD she saw yesterday. However, she isn’t speaking smoothly. Why? Because her DVD player can’t play smoothly either.
Advertising Agency: EURO RSCG Flagship, Bangkok
Year: 2004
Gold Lion

Sony Wega Home Theatre


Advertising Agency: BBDO Chile
Year: 2004

L’Equipe Sport Magazine


Advertising Agency: DDB Paris
Year: 2005

Dakino Film Festival


Advertising Agency: Lowe & Partners, Romania
Year: 2005


 Volkswagen Fox

A ship, a man, a woman. Ship sinks. Man dead. Woman alive. Watch Hollywood’s legendary blockbuster “Titanic” in 30 seconds. Short and fun. Just like the VW Fox.
Advertising Agency: DDB Dusseldorf
Year: 2006
Silver Lion

LG Home Theater


Advertising Agency: Lowe Porta, Chile
Year: 2004

Blockbuster

We see the memorable scene where the Terminator is going to be melted in the industrial plant, everything occurs as normal, but the soundtrack we hear is “My Heart Will Go On” from Titanic. In the credits we read “Terminator or Titanic? Take Both, Tuesdays 2X1 at BlockBuster”
Advertising Agency: BBDO Guatemala
Year: 2006
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Panasonic Veira Plasma TV


Advertising Agency: Lowe Porta, Santiago
Year: 2006
Shortlist

History Channel


Advertising Agency: Ogilvy South Africa
Year: 2006

TV Guide


Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt, Germany
Year: 2006

Hyundai


Advertising Agency: Duval Guillaume, Brussels
Year: 2006

HENKEL Loctite


Advertising Agency: DDB Milan
Year: 2007

Montex Carbon Paper


Advertising Agency: Percept H, Mumbai
Year: 2007

Utopia Groups Cinema


Advertising Agency: Duval Guillaume, Belgium
Year: 2007

McDowell’s Diet Mate Whisky


Advertising Agency: Mudra Communication, Bangalore India
Year: 2007

Spontex


Advertising Agency: TBWA Paris
Year: 2007

L’Express


Advertising Agency: Bambuck, Paris
Year: 2007

Megastar Cineplex


Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Vietnam
Year: 2007

TAM Airlines


Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam Sao Paulo
Year: 2008
Shortlist

Toys ‘R Us


Advertising Agency: Volcano Advertising, South Africa
Year: 2008

Cape Times


Advertising Agency: Lowe Bull
Year: 2008

Kaercher (immersion pump)


Advertising Agency: FJR Werbeagentour, Munich
Year: 2009

RIOS Illustration Studios


Advertising Agency: Artplan, Brazil
Year: 2009

Textliner Faber-Castell


Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam Malaysia
Year: 2009

Show Off Film


Advertising Agency: Fuel Lisbon/Euro RSCG
Year: 2009

Orange Foundation


Advertising Agency: Ignitionk, Madrid
Year: 2009

Rocklets Chocolate Candies

We see the Titanic sailing over the dark waters of the Atlantic Ocean. In the crow’s nest there’s a watchman, personified by a Yellow chocolate Rocklets. Suddenly, he spots a huge iceberg and informs the other Rocklets who desperately trie to alert the Captain. As soon as he takes off to do so, a huge human hand takes it away and eats it. The Rocklet was never able to inform the ship that it is about to crash into an iceberg. Super: The beginning of the history of a Rocklets is very close to the end.
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Argentina
Year: 2009

Post-It


Advertising Agency: BBDO Mexico
Year: 2010

Vodafone


Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends Duesseldorf
Year: 2010

Canal + 


Advertising Agency: BETC EURO RSCG, Paris
Year: 2010

Iffco Financial Service


Advertising Agency: Publicis India
Year: 2010

Mitsubishi


Advertising Agency: BBDO Santiago
Year: 2010


 Melody Enterteinment

The first all Arabic movie channel makes its take on ‘Titanic’.

Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Cairo
Year: 2010
Bronze Lion

Ford KA


Advertising Agency: Bassat Ogilvy Group, Madrid
Year: 2011

Washin Bifocal Glasses


Advertising Agency: Grey Tokyo
Year: 2011

Listerine


Advertising Agency: JWT Mumbai
Year: 2011

Braun Silk-Epil


Advertising Agency: Impact BBDO, UAE
Year: 2011


Jeep Grand Cherokee – Twig Stone

The objective of the promotion
The objective of this promotion was to communicate and to create an interest around the launch of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011. To do that, we needed to reach the target audience for the car – people with an adventurous profile – in a striking manner. We wanted to explore the adventurous side of these people in an unusual way and to encourage them not only to buy the car, but also to live the adventures with it.

The Idea
People who love Jeep also love adventure. That was the starting point of our thinking. So, in order to reach the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s adventurous consumer, we sent boxes containing objects from very distant places: rocks from Patagonia, twigs from the Peruvian Amazon rainforest and water from a lake in Tierra del Fuego. Along with the objects, we also sent the exact coordinates for the objects’ places of origin and a proposal: return the rock, twig or water to where they came from, traveling this route by Jeep. Whoever actually made that trip would have all the hotel costs paid by Jeep.
The promotion gave people the chance to do something they love: facing an adventure. Unlike a common promotion, the box people received didn’t have a gift, but an object that should be returned. Therefore what people really got was an excuse to take the car and make their way to where the box contents should be returned. As a further motivation, Jeep would agree to pay for the lodging of the ones who faced the adventure. Linking Grand Cherokee 2011 with this adventure was the best way to introduce it to this audience.

The Results
The client had a high response rate: 30% of total people who received the boxes got in contact for more information about the car. And 12% of people actually bought the new Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011. This is an impressive figure, since the result the client used to get with similar actions was never more than 5%.

Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Brasil
Creative Director: Ruy Linderberg
Art Director: Alexandre Pagano
Copywriter: Cesar Herszkovicz
Year: 2011
Shortlist


AlmapBBDO/Escola Panamericana de Arte – School of Creativity

Dentist/Agronomy/Proctologist (2004)


Go into advertising. No other profession offers you so many prizes.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luis Sanchez/Roberto Pereira
Art Directors: Guilherme Jahara
Copywriters: Wilson Mateus/Andre Faria

Guernica (2006)


Art. Today, as necessary as ever.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Cassio Zanatta/Giba Lages
Art Directors: Giba Lages
Copywriters: Cassio Zanatta

In advertising you are what you do (2006)


Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luis Sanchez/Roberto Pereira
Art Directors: Marcos Medeiros
Copywriters: Wilson Mateus

Only the strongest ideas survive (2006)


Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luis Sanchez/Roberto Pereira
Art Directors: Marcos Medeiros
Copywriters: Wilson Mateus

Apple (2007)


Isaac Newton is sitting under a tree when an apple falls on his head, inspiring a great idea. Great ideas have never stopped appearing since.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Cassio Zanata
Art Directors: Renato Fernandez
Copywriters: Gustavo Sarkis
Director: Lux Film/Beto Salatini

Arrows & Packaging (2007)


The Panamericana School of Art specializes in arts and drawing courses, in addition to courses specific in marketing/advertising, fine arts, fashion, photography, and jewelry design where the students get hands-on experience.
In order to promote this methodological concept we developed a guerilla-type action: beer packaging, book and CD covers, and adhesive arrows were spread out throughout the city and magazines. They held a simple question: “Want to learn how to do this?” . We got the public’s attention in a unique and effective manner.
The fake packaging was spread out throughout the city in bookstores, music stores, supermarkets, and convenience stores, in a manner that place the school’s piece amidst real-world products. The adhesive arrows were spread out to promote the specializing courses, so they were placed on jewelry and clothing store-windows, ads in magazines and newspapers, art pieces, billboards, and food courts.

People were surprised by the originality and by the context of the action before them, as they strolled down streets, or browsed for books, CDs, or even beer on shelves. With this action the number of calls requesting information about the school nearly doubled, and the number of people signing up increased by 15% during the campaign.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa
Art Directors: Marcus Kawamura/Renato Fernandez
Copywriters: Gustavo Sarkis/Eduardo Andrietta

Shower (2008)



This is the story of a guy who could only come up with good ideas when taking a shower. This caused a lot of trouble for him, because he could only do his job when in the shower. That changed with the Escola Panamericana.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luiz Sanches
Art Directors: Marcos Medeiros
Copywriters: Gustavo Sarkis/Wilson Mateos
Director: Lux Film/Beto Salatini

All you need to succeed in art and advertising. Except a good lawyer (2008)

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa
Art Directors: Marcus Kawamura/Renato Fernandez
Copywriters: Gustavo Sarkis
Shortlist

Sneeze (2009)


A guy explains that he has a congenital problem: he sneezes paint. Due to this complication, he goes through a number of embarrassing situations in his life. But things change when he discovers the Panamericana School of Art.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luiz Sanches/Dulcidio Caldeira
Art Directors: Luiz Sanches/Danilo Boer
Copywriters: Tales Bahu
Director: Lux Film/Beto Salatini

How far does your creativity go?


Through interaction with the public part, the Escola Panamericana de Artes questions how far the creativity of people goes.
The campaign goes from paper until outdoors, trays, napkins and every place people can take a break and deliberate their imagination, while they’re eating or even in the bathroom. This would instigate people with their own creativity and would make them think about making some kind of course in Panamericana School of Art and Design.
The visits and registration to the Panamericana increased absurdly. This made the benefit of the school (to maximize the talents) much more tangible, stimulating people to make the classes offered by the institution

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luiz Sanches/Dulcidio Caldeira
Art Directors: Andrè Gola
Copywriters: Andre Godoi
Year: 201o
Bronze Lion for the Campaign

Advertising is not a science (2010)


Regrettably, advertising is not a science. Enroll now.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches/Dulcídio Caldeira
Copywriter: Renato Simões/Cesar Herszkowicz
Art Director: Danilo Boer/Bruno Prosperi
Typographer: José Roberto Bezerra

Fame (2010)


Nothing is as easy it seems.

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches/Dulcídio Caldeira
Copywriter: Cesar Herszkowicz
Art Director: Marco Monteiro
Typographer: José Roberto Bezerra

Pen/Pencil


It’s in your hands

Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo
Creative Directors: Marcello Serpa/Luiz Sanches
Art Directors:André Nassar/Andrè Gola
Copywriters: Rynaldo Gondim/Marco Gianelli
Illustrators:André Nassar, Janara Lopes/Estudiorama
Photographer: Hugo Treu
Year: 2011


Coincidence


Yes, there is still time. Panamericana Art And Design School

Advertising Agency: Almap BBDO, Sao Paulo
Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director:Andre Gola
Copywriter: Pernil
Year: 2011
Gold Lion for the Campaign


AlmapBBDO for Havaianas (2000/2011) – The most beautiful case history in the world

Few agencies are as consistently brilliant year after year as Marcello Serpa’s Sao Paulo shop, Almap BBDO, whether the job is to make a global brand like Volkwagen a local favorite, or take a local brand like Havaianas global. For the latter, the shop created happy ads in eye-popping colors that capture Brazil’s fun, sunny lifestyle in a flip-flop the Brazilians — and increasingly the rest of the world — will pay a premium for.

Brazilians love their Havaianas flip-flops. And every year, so do more consumers around the world. In a long marketing journey, Havaianas have transformed a commodity that was one step above going barefoot for Brazil’s poor to a chic brand bursting with colorful personality. It didn’t happen overnight. For 30 years, Havaianas came in one style and five colors said Carla Schmitzberger, sandals director at Sao Paulo-based Alpargatas, whose Havaianas brand accounts for about half the company’s sales. “Wealthier people wore them at home, but were emabarassed to wear a poor people’s shoe outside,” she said.

Sales declined for five years until 1993, when the compant started multiplying the colors and styles, and working with the fashion press, models and celebrities to get Havaianas on more upscale feet. That year, Marcello Serpa, as one of Brazil’s top creatives, joined Almap BBDO as a partner and creative director. Havaianas was his first account there, and he has been the mastermind for 17 years of its award-winning advertising in Brazil and now internationally.

Havaianas Surf – WAVES CAMPAIGN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Eugenio Mohallem
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Year: 200o
Shortlist

Havaianas – FASHION DESIGNERS/FOR WOMEN ONLY


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Eugenio Mohallem
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Year: 2000

Havaianas (the new colours) – THE NEW COLOURS CAMPAIGN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Eugenio Mohallem
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Year: 2001
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas – CRYSANTHENUM/TIGER LILY/WHITE LILY


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Eugenio Mohallem
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Year: 2001
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas Top Sandal – COUPLE/NEW COLOUR/HEART


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Cassio Zanatta
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Year: 2003

Havaianas Style Sandal – THE COLOUR BLIND/CHAMELEON/LOVE IS BLIND/RAINBOW/WOMEN HAVE WON/COLOUR IS MORE VIBRANT


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Cassio Zanatta
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Josè Roberto Bezerra/Marcello Serpa
Year: 2003
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas – FEET CAMPAIGN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Marcello Serpa
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Josè Roberto Bezerra
Year: 2003

Havaianas – WOMEN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Marcello Serpa
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Josè Roberto Bezerra
Year: 2003

Havaianas Slick – FLOWERS CAMPAIGN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Gustavo Sarkis
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Alexandre Ermel
Year: 2005

Havaianas Slick – FOLLOWING COLOURS/FASHION HAS NO RACE/INVENTION OF CONDOM/LAND OF FOOTBALL/TO SEDUCE MEN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Gustavo Sarkis
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Alexandre Ermel
Year: 2005

Havaianas Slick – AFRO/DRAGON HAIR/JAPANESE/SHIVA


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Dulcidio Caldeira
Art Director: Cesar Finamori
Typographer: Cesar Finamori
Year: 2005

Havaianas Flash – WHAT IF CAMPAIGN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Cassio Zanatta
Art Director: Marcus Sulzbaker/Danilo Siqueira
Year: 2005

Havaianas Leopard – FASHION DESIGNERS/MEN/AT THE TOP/WOMEN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Gustavo Sarkis
Art Director: Renato fernandez
Typographer: Renato Fernandez
Year: 2006

Havaianas  - WEAPON OF MASS SEDUCTION/BE SAD/IBIZA/FIRST TIME RUBBER POSTCARD/FRENCH/BE STYLISH


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Wilson Mateos
Art Director: Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Adhemas Batista
Year: 2006

Havaianas FlipFlops – FLOWERS//SOUTHERN EMISPHERE/SHOES SAY A LOT


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Sophie Schoemburg
Art Director: Danilo Boer/Marcos Kotlhar/Marcus Sulzbaker
Typographer: Danilo Boer/Marcos Kotlhar
Year: 2007
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas Slim – IDEAL FOR SEDUCTION


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriter: Renato Simoes
Art Director: Bruno Prosperi
Typographer: Jose Cortizo/Daniel Moreno
Photographer: Fernando Nalon
Year: 2007
Gold Lion for the campaign

Havaianas  - BLUE/LIME/PURPLE/GREEN/ORANGE/RED


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher
Copywriters: Tale Bahu
Art Director:Danilo Boer/Marcos Kotlhar
Illustrators: Gelmi Estudio de Arte
Year: 2008
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas  - FISH/BUTTERFLY/FLOWERS/SUN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriters: Tale Bahu
Art Director:Marcos Kotlhar/Marcello Serpa
Typographer: Pedro Fihlo
Year: 2008
Shortlist

Havaianas  - MANY COLOURS/POST-ITS/METROSEXUALS/BOOB JOB/LOOK DOWN


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Copywriters: Renato Simoes
Art Director: Bruno Prosperi
Typographer: Marcos Sachs
Year: 2008

Havaianas Slim – CRANK/PERFUME SPRAY/SHOE/TAXI/BANANA

It has been put together the fact that Havaianas was born in the age of 60′s and that the same age had as many colours as Havaianas does.
The brief was about Havaianas’ anniversary and in the ad, there should be not only a good ad talking about havaianas’ originality, but also the brand’s history. The ad was made based on 60′s drawings and the copywriting was based on Havaianas’ originality. The advertising became a great piece full of colors which has attracted the public who didn’t know how old the brand Havaianas was.
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Copywriter: Sophie Schoenburg
Art Director: Marcello Serpa/Luiz Sanches/Julio Andery
Typographer: Jose Roberto Bezerra
Year: 2010
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas Top – CONVERTIBLE/PAINTBALL/UNITED NATION


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Directors: Luiz Sanches/Dulcídio Caldeira
Art Director: Danilo Boer
Copywriter: Tales Bahu
Illustrators: Gelmi Estudio, M. Sampaio
Year: 2009
Shortlist

Havaianas Nest – ELEPHANT/OWL/GOLDEN BIRD/SILVER BIRD 


Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher
Copywriters: Gustavo Sarkis, Andre Kassu
Art Director: Marcos Kotlhar
Photographer: Daishi Pais
Illustrators: Manu/Fabio Girardi/Rene Corine/Marcos Kotlhar
Year: 2009
Bronze Lion for the campaign

Havaianas – VISUAL IDENTITY


Describe the challenges and key objectives
The major diversity of pieces, including or not the places where they were published, has a unique image which valorizes the product and builds a colourful, fun, and simple universe that has become the brand’s owner.
Describe the brief from the client
The challenge was to create a new and big campaign, which would put all that Havaianas has got of the best products together, to cause a positive impression in its consumers.
Describe how you arrived at the final design
This is a set of jobs that were executed in the last 12 months to the brand Havaianas, which has resulted in this Design Case. They are executions in different ways and medias that were exposed in Europe, USA and especially in Brazil.
Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
The success is proved by the high measure of relationship of the brand with its consumer, making the product be not only a rubber sandal to be a part of Havaianas. It’s a symbol of the Brazilian spirit, which is translated from Havaianas through its colourful, simplicity, optimism, happiness and good mood.
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher/Marcello Serpa
Art Director: Marcos Kotlhar/Bruno Prosperi/Danilo Siqueira/Sergio Mugnaini/Danilo Boer/Renato Fernandez
Year: 2009
Gold Lion

Havaianas Original – IPANEMA/BIKINI/BOSSA-NOVA


This poster was made exclusively to run outside of Brazil and it had two basic goals. The first and most important was to promote the Havaianas flip-flop “Original” model, which has remained the same since 1962. The second was to bring an authentic Brazilian spirit, which is the essence of the Havaianas brand, to the rest of the world.
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher
Copywriters: Casso Zanatta
Art Director: Marcos Kotlhar
Photographer: Daishi Pais
Year: 2009

Havaianas – HAVAIANAS REAL AD (SUMMER CAMPAIGN)


Describe the challenges and key objectives
How do you claim the summer in a new fresh way and create something that is both unexpected and also shares all of the brands values.
Describe the brief from the client
In summer time, Brazilians rush to the beach. Havaianas, Brazil’s favourite flip-flop, had never done anything specific for the summer and they wanted to claim the summer as the Havaianas season.
Describe how you arrived at the final design
On 6 of the most popular Brazilian beaches we set up, rising from the ground, gigantic, colourful installations that claimed the beach as Havaianas territory and summer as the spirit of Havaianas. From there it was simple, all we did was photograph the sculptures and our Havaianas always summer poster was done.
Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
The response from beachgoers was immediate. Right away people started to interacted with the installations and the campaign spontaneously spread from the beach to social networks such as Twitter, blogs, flickr and youTube.
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher
Copywriters: Rynaldo Gondim
Art Director: Marcos Kotlhar
Photographer: Manolo Moran
Year: 2010

Havaianas – HAVAIANAS WORLD CUP


Describe the challenges and key objectives
We decided to approach this on a very basic level, football pride. We wanted people to feel proud supporting their national team with havaianas on their feet. But, how do you do that for 32 different teams, 32 different countries with different languages, different cultures and people?
Describe the brief from the client
2010 is World Cup year and as a product which lives on the feet of brazilians, Havaianas needed to participate in a big way. So, they created Havaianas Teams, a special edition flip-flop line, one for each participating country in the world cup, to be sold all around the world.
Describe how you arrived at the final design
After careful research understanding the symbols, colours, typography and cultural esthetics, we designed 32 individual posters, one for each world cup playing team, always using the havaianas flip-flop in the center. We worked the design to serve as a flag of national pride for each team always paying attention to make them equally powerful and meaningful to each country. After all the posters were ready we organised them according to the world cup, 1st round, matches with date and time to form a giant time table.
Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
The Havaians Teams line was a great success. In Brazil they were sold-out in almost all Havaianas retailers and surprisingly people started to collect models from other countries. spreading the pride sentiment just in time for the 2010 world cup.
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Marcus Sulzbacher
Art Director: Marcos Kotlhar
Photographer: Manolo Moran
Year: 2010


Coca-Cola (1998/2010) – Modern Print Ads

Coca-Cola Italia – BLIND BOTTLE


Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Milan
Creative Director: Fabrizio Russo
Copywriter: Maria Paola di Stefano
Art Director:Sandro Olivieri
Photographer: Studio Neon
Year: 1998

Coca-Cola Classic – SEALS/PENGUIN



Advertising Agency: Publicis Conseil
Creative Director: Olivier Desmettre
Art Director: Fabrice Delacourt
Photographer: Jeal-Noel Leblanc Bontemps
Year: 1999

Coca-Cola Brazil – TRUCK/HYDRANT



Advertising Agency: McCann Erikson Brazil
Creative Director: Luiz Nogueira
Copywriter: Monica Maligo
Art Director: Jose Luiz Vaz
Photographer: Mauro Risch
Year: 1999

Coca-Cola India – BARCODE


Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett India
Creative Director: KV Sridhar
Art Director:KV Sridhar
Year: 1999

Coca-Cola India – GLASSES


Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett India
Creative Director: Agnello Dias
Copywriter: SM Talha
Art Director: Vijay Kartik
Photographer: Prased Naik
Year: 2001

Coca-Cola New Zealand – ENJOY Campaign




Advertising Agency: Publicis Mojo, New Zealand
Creative Director: Laclhan Mcpherson
Copywriter: Seymour Pope
Art Director: Laclhan Mcpherson
Photographer/Illustrator: Kane Mcpherson/Mike Shepherd
Year: 2001

Coca-Cola Spain – FISH TANK/NEW HOUSE



Advertising Agency: El Laboratorio, Spain
Creative Director: Carlos Holemans/Eduard  Farran
Art Director: Armanda Carbonell
Photographer: Sara Zorraquino
Year: 2002

Coca-Cola Poland – BOOKSHELF/PENCIL



Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson Polska
Creative Director: Damir Brajdic
Copywriter: Katarzyna Orseszek-Korobleuska
Art Director: Arkadiusz Pawlik
Photographer: Jacek Wotowski
Year: 2003

Coca-Cola India – BARBER SHOP/MAN IN THE SHADOW

In India, the word ‘Thanda’ has many meanings. It means ‘cool’, ‘cold’, as well as ‘refreshing’. Any refreshing drink, including soft drinks are also referred to as ‘thanda’. Guests are asked whether they would prefer coffee, tea or ‘thanda’ (something cool and refreshing). Therefore the headline in Hindi (the local language) means “Cool Means Coca-Cola”.


Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson India
Creative Director: Prasoon Joshi
Copywriter: Prasoon Joshi
Art Director: Akshay Kapnadak
Photographer: Altaf Khan
Year: 2003
Gold Lion for the campaign

Coca-Cola India – REFRESHING WIND/REFRESHING BATH/REFRESHING RADIATOR




Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson India
Creative Director: Prasoon Joshi
Copywriter: Prasoon Joshi
Art Director: Akshay Kapnadak
Photographer: Altaf Khan
Year: 2004

Coca-Cola Italia – BOTTLE/KISS



Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson Milan
Creative Director: Alessandro Canale
Copywriter: Valerio Delle Foglie
Art Director: Antonio Mele
Photographer: Marco Ambrosi
Year: 2004

Coca-Cola UK – THE REAL WORLD OF COCA-COLA Campaign






Advertising Agency: Mother, London
Creative Director: Robert Saville/Mark Waites
Copywriter: Yan Elliot
Art Director: Luke Williamson
Typographer: Stephen Allen
Year: 2004

Coca-Cola de Argentina – FACES


Advertising Agency: McCann Erikson Argentina
Creative Director: Martin Mercado/Esteban Pigni
Copywriter: Pablo Romano/Martin Mercado/Esteban Pigni
Art Director: Christian Maselli/Diego Tuya/Denise Rodman
Photographer: Charlie Mainardi
Year: 2004

Coca-Cola, Germany – BLACK


Advertising Agency: Springer & Jacoby, Hamburg
Creative Director: Till Hohmann/Axel Thomsen/Bettina Olf
Copywriter: Birgit Bouer/Florian Kahler
Art Director: Jan Blumentritt
Year: 2005

Coca-Cola, Germany – THOUGHT/DREAM/IDEA


Headline: When a thought stays just a thought nothing changes.

Headline: Live your dream, don’t dream your life.

Headline: When an idea remains merely an n idea nothing changes.

Advertising Agency: Springer & Jacoby, Hamburg
Creative Director: Till Hohmann/Axel Thomsen/Bettina Olf
Copywriter: Menno Kluin
Art Director: Menno Kluin
Year: 2005

Coca-Cola Spain – CLOUDS/SHAME



Advertising Agency: McCann Erikson, Madrid
Creative Director: Marcos Garcia
Copywriter: Marcos Maggi
Art Director: Marcela Augustowsky
Illustrator: Genevive Glaucker
Year: 2005

Coca-Cola Spain – MANDALA/MOON/WAVE




Advertising Agency: McCann Erikson, Madrid
Creative Director: Marcos Garcia
Copywriter: David Moure/Pablo Castellano
Art Director: Javier Wandosell
Illustrator: Javier Wandosell
Year: 2005

Coca-Cola Philippines – VALENTINES


Advertising Agency: McCann Erikson Philippines
Creative Director: Peter Acuna/Carlo Directo/Micky Domingo
Copywriter: Lisa Kahn
Art Director: Che Soriano
Photographer: Jeanne Young
Year: 2005

Coca-Cola Japan – Coke, Please Campaign




Advertising Agency: Dentsu, Tokyo
Creative Director: Tohru Tanaka
Copywriter: Hirokazu Ueda/Satoshi Hanai
Art Director: Kengo Kato
Photographer: Shu Akashi
Year: 2007

Coca-Cola Pacific – SURFER

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore
Creative Director: Sanol Dabral
Copywriter: Neil Flory
Art Director: Alan Vladusic
Year: 2007

Coca-Cola New Zealand – SUMMER AS IT SHOULD BE



Advertising Agency: Publicis Mojo, Auckland
Creative Director: Nick Worthington
Copywriter: Guy Denniston
Art Director: Emmanuel Bougnerers
Year: 2007

Coke Side of Life Campaign – LIQUID SPLASH/COLOUR SPLASH/GUNS/TOGETHER/STRAWS/RAINBOW HAND






Advertising Agency: Wieden+Kennedy, Amsterdam
Executive Creative Director: Al Moseley/John Norman
Creative Director: Rick Condos/Hunter Hindman
Copywriter: Rick Condos/Giles Montgomery
Art Director: Hunter Hindman
Illustrator: Dave Fikkert/Pierre Janneau/Genevieve Gauckler/Spencer Wilson
Year: 2007

Coke Side of Life – COCA-COLA ART GALLERY

In 2006, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam has commissioned artists and collectives from around the world to create experimental work for the global “The Coke Side of Life” campaign. The result is a range of original artworks by emerging image-makers as different as Catalina Estrada, Geneviève Gauckler or the Peepshow Collective, … many of whom have gone on to make strong impacts in today’s graphic design & art scene.
The ‘Coca-Cola’ Art Gallery is a collection of images that has been designed by leading artists and designers. They have all depicted their own interpretation of ‘The Coke Side of Life’ philosophy.
The work of the artists reflects various styles, personalities and cultures, and all designs have one thing in common: they are colourful explosions of energy, optimism and happiness.
Throughout its 120-year history, advertising and communication has played a vital role in shaping ‘Coca-Cola’ into an iconic, cultural and timeless brand. Over the years, ‘Coca-Cola’ has continually challenged artists and agencies to create innovative refreshing images.
The diverse backgrounds of the contributing artists and designers, has resulted in a range of images that reflect different cultures and societies. By combining the iconic original glass bottle image with up-to-date illustration techniques and styles, the artists have given rise to a progressive style of visual expression.
‘Coca-Cola’ has always had a strong artistic heritage having been famously interpreted by artists such as Haddon Sundblom, Norman Rockwell and Andy Warhol who have all reflected the social and cultural attitudes of the time.

Live the Coke Side of the Music – VIOLIN/FACES/INSTRUMENTS




Advertising Agency: JWT Brazil
Creative Director:Richardo Chester/Roberto Fernandez
Art Director: Roberto Fernandez
Illustrator: Roberto Fernandez
Year: 2007

Coca-Cola  - CREATED IN 1886

After years of cool marketing campaigns revolving around football, music and latterly computer gaming, the world’s most famous brand is going back to basics. Coca-Cola has been communicating about its product, what’s in it “Nothing artificial. Never had been, never will be” and the product heritage, dating back to 1886 when John Pemberton created his secret formula.

Advertising Agency: Weiden+Kennedy, Portland
Year: 2008

Open Happiness Campaign – BRRR/AHHH/BURP/FIZZZ/PSSST/GULP

“Open Happiness”is an advertising focus building on the award-winning “Coke Side of Life” campaign. The new tag line, seen in this series of print advertisements, will serve as a platform for all integrated marketing for the Coca Cola brand around the world, tying together the pleasure of opening up a drink and the satisfaction of sharing with others. Open Happiness is designed to work at every level, from national advertising all the way down to coolers and store shelves, with a clear call to action at the point of purchase.”






Advertising Agency: Wieden+Kennedy, Amsterdam
Executive Creative Director: Jeff Kling/John Norman
Creative Director: Jorge Calleja/Sue Anderson
Copywriter: Sue nderson
Art Director: Craig Williams/Pierre Janneau
Illustrator: Pierre Janneau
Year: 2009

Open Happines Campaign from Coca-Cola Pacific – BURP/LAUGH LINE/SMILE

This poster campaign introduce Coca-Cola’s new Open Happiness platform to a relatively young audience — locally.
These “bottles” executed in a breezy manner bring out the full flavour of the Open Happiness campaign. The light-hearted messages in the shape of iconic Coke bottles invite the audience “to open happiness” — even without overt Coke branding.



Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG, Singapore
Creative Director: Alfred Wee
Copywriter: Wong Wai Ling
Art Director: Jimmy Kim/Seah Ting Ting
Illustrator: Evan Lim
Year: 2010


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