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The Sevens : What are The Sevens? [Video]Toronto-based interactive agency Secret Location has created an ambitious interactive online film and game called The Sevens. The Sevens, launched today on Secret Location’s website (http://www.thesecretlocation.com/), is a multi-layered narrative experience will also live online at http://www.whatarethesevens.com and can be enjoyed on a number of levels: as a short film, an interactive game or a fully immersive mystery in which users can participate. “The interactive film is the start of a larger narrative that we’ll continue to build on over the next year and beyond,” explains company founder James Milward. “A lot of the time the most experimental ideas we have aren’t appropriate or are too risky to hinge the success of our clients on. As a result, we built this experience as a sandbox for us to play in and experiment with ideas, techniques and technology in a way that will prove concept with real users.” For the past four years, Secret Location has produced several experimental interactive experiences, including Rookie Blue: Interrogation Room, Stanfield’s Guy At Home and Endgame Interactive, which won an International Digital Emmy® in 2012. The Sevens begins with a phone call and contains three puzzles for viewers to solve. In a suburban home, a young girl named Julie is confronted with a series of mysterious symbols that, once arranged in a particular order, unlock a phone number and passcode. If users solve the puzzles and dial the number, they are taken deeper into the story’s narrative by being given a chance to solve one final puzzle in order to reveal an alternative ending. “The nature of the story is that it keeps drawing you in further and further, making you more vulnerable. It’s the classic Alice In Wonderland rabbit hole scenario,” says Pietro Gagliano, creative director and partner at Secret Location. “We want people to feel shaken up by how deeply immersive the experience feels at the end.” The idea evolved from Secret Location’s portfolio launch four years ago. Set up as a Choose Your Own Adventure-type narrative, the site drove 120,000 people through the portfolio in the first three months. Incidentally, the designers posted a phone number on the bottom of the site for potential clients to call but visitors assumed it was part of the game. “We received nearly 100,000 phone calls in the first six months,” says Gagliano. “Suffice it to say, it was annoying but it did give us an idea and proved that people would call if we asked them to – or even if we didn’t ask them to.” The team began brainstorming and writing The Sevens in November 2011 with writer/filmmaker José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço and production began in February 2012. Now that it’s live, the creative team intends to grow the story, add new characters and create related content that can live on other sites, such as YouTube. Secret Location has already rolled out several real world elements connected to The Sevens. In tandem with the site launch, cryptic posters featuring characters from the film and chalk stencils of the mysterious symbols and the URL have begun appearing in select cities across North America, including Toronto, New York and Los Angeles. “We’d love to keep adding elements to this narrative,” says Gagliano. “That’s why we created an open invitation at the end of the experience for the user to contribute ideas.” “This is really not the end,” adds Milward. “It’s just the beginning of a growing story eco-system and mythology that we’re creating around The Sevens.”Created by Secret Location Executive Producer: James Milward Creative Director & Lead Designer: Pietro Gagliano Technical Director: Ryan Andal Project Manager: Ashlee Lougheed Art Director: Stefan Grambart Graphic Designer: Kai Salminen Editing & Motion Graphics: Steve Miller Assistant Editor: Michael Kazanowski Web Developers: Gino Fazari, Michael Phan, Paul Stodolak Music & Sound Design: Lodewijk Vos & Joseph Murray Cast– In Order of Appearance Dad: David Straus Julie: Elle McFeeters Dog: Pearl Mom: Jennifer Fullerton Written By: José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço & Secret Location Directed By: José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço Director of Photography: Henry Less Assistant Director: Billy Shand Line Producer: Luke Bryant Assistant Camera: Nick Giordano Gaffer: Dave Lewis Art Director: Michael Leach Set DResser: Dylan Jackson Sound Recordist: Edward Senkowski Hair & Makeup: Margot Keith Wardrobe Stylist: Sarah Millman Production Assistant: Derek Modesto Contributors: Adam Drake Adam Park Ann Marie Donnelly CJ Hervey Graham Budd Jenn Hartnoll Jory Krüspe Josh Manricks Kathryn Rawson Noora Abu Eitah Sabrina Saccoccio Special Thanks to HLP + Partners for production support.
The Sevens : What are The Sevens? [Video]Toronto-based interactive agency Secret Location has created an ambitious interactive online film and game called The Sevens.

The Sevens, launched today on Secret Location’s website (http://www.thesecretlocation.com/), is a multi-layered narrative experience will also live online at http://www.whatarethesevens.com and can be enjoyed on a number of levels: as a short film, an interactive game or a fully immersive mystery in which users can participate.

“The interactive film is the start of a larger narrative that we’ll continue to build on over the next year and beyond,” explains company founder James Milward. “A lot of the time the most experimental ideas we have aren’t appropriate or are too risky to hinge the success of our clients on. As a result, we built this experience as a sandbox for us to play in and experiment with ideas, techniques and technology in a way that will prove concept with real users.”

For the past four years, Secret Location has produced several experimental interactive experiences, including Rookie Blue: Interrogation Room, Stanfield’s Guy At Home and Endgame Interactive, which won an International Digital Emmy® in 2012.

The Sevens begins with a phone call and contains three puzzles for viewers to solve. In a suburban home, a young girl named Julie is confronted with a series of mysterious symbols that, once arranged in a particular order, unlock a phone number and passcode. If users solve the puzzles and dial the number, they are taken deeper into the story’s narrative by being given a chance to solve one final puzzle in order to reveal an alternative ending.

“The nature of the story is that it keeps drawing you in further and further, making you more vulnerable. It’s the classic Alice In Wonderland rabbit hole scenario,” says Pietro Gagliano, creative director and partner at Secret Location. “We want people to feel shaken up by how deeply immersive the experience feels at the end.”

The idea evolved from Secret Location’s portfolio launch four years ago. Set up as a Choose Your Own Adventure-type narrative, the site drove 120,000 people through the portfolio in the first three months. Incidentally, the designers posted a phone number on the bottom of the site for potential clients to call but visitors assumed it was part of the game.

“We received nearly 100,000 phone calls in the first six months,” says Gagliano. “Suffice it to say, it was annoying but it did give us an idea and proved that people would call if we asked them to – or even if we didn’t ask them to.”

The team began brainstorming and writing The Sevens in November 2011 with writer/filmmaker José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço and production began in February 2012. Now that it’s live, the creative team intends to grow the story, add new characters and create related content that can live on other sites, such as YouTube.

Secret Location has already rolled out several real world elements connected to The Sevens. In tandem with the site launch, cryptic posters featuring characters from the film and chalk stencils of the mysterious symbols and the URL have begun appearing in select cities across North America, including Toronto, New York and Los Angeles.

“We’d love to keep adding elements to this narrative,” says Gagliano. “That’s why we created an open invitation at the end of the experience for the user to contribute ideas.”

“This is really not the end,” adds Milward. “It’s just the beginning of a growing story eco-system and mythology that we’re creating around The Sevens.”Created by Secret Location

Executive Producer: James Milward
Creative Director & Lead Designer: Pietro Gagliano
Technical Director: Ryan Andal
Project Manager: Ashlee Lougheed
Art Director: Stefan Grambart
Graphic Designer: Kai Salminen
Editing & Motion Graphics: Steve Miller
Assistant Editor: Michael Kazanowski
Web Developers: Gino Fazari, Michael Phan, Paul Stodolak
Music & Sound Design: Lodewijk Vos & Joseph Murray

Cast– In Order of Appearance
Dad: David Straus
Julie: Elle McFeeters
Dog: Pearl
Mom: Jennifer Fullerton

Written By: José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço & Secret Location
Directed By: José Avelino Gilles Corbett Lourenço
Director of Photography: Henry Less
Assistant Director: Billy Shand
Line Producer: Luke Bryant
Assistant Camera: Nick Giordano
Gaffer: Dave Lewis
Art Director: Michael Leach
Set DResser: Dylan Jackson
Sound Recordist: Edward Senkowski
Hair & Makeup: Margot Keith
Wardrobe Stylist: Sarah Millman
Production Assistant: Derek Modesto

Contributors:
Adam Drake
Adam Park
Ann Marie Donnelly
CJ Hervey
Graham Budd
Jenn Hartnoll
Jory Krüspe
Josh Manricks
Kathryn Rawson
Noora Abu Eitah
Sabrina Saccoccio

Special Thanks to HLP + Partners for production support.
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Hidden Valley®/Clorox : Ranch vs. Ketchup, Boxing [Video]The ultimate condiment battle is being waged on the new Facebook Faceoff -- Hidden Valley® Ranch for Everything vs. Ketchup created by agency Tribal DDB and featuring Clash of the Condiments a viral film directed and edited by kabooms matt fackrell. Via the Facebook APP and other social channels, visitors are invited to watch a battle for dipping dominance wherein two squeeze bottles enter, but only one will leave. http://facebook.hiddenvalley.com/hv4e/

The project is pitch perfect for director matt fackrell, whose ultimate sweet spot (or, in this case, savory) is comedy with costumed characters. The quirky charm of this distinctly fackrell style film (hes also a director/editor for Yo Gabba Gabba), shines as a life-sized squeeze bottle of the new Hidden Valley® for Everything goes toe-to-toe with its shelf rival. Sparked by Ketchups poor sporting over a chess match, the duo comically spars throughout San Francisco with Ranch taking the upper hand. Hungry for more? Part two will be launched online in the coming weeks.Title: Ranch vs. Ketchup, Boxing

Client: Hidden Valley®/Clorox

Agency: Tribal DDB Worldwide- San Francisco
Producer: Leslie Ernst
ACD/Art Director: Kirsten Stewart
ACD/Copywriter: Karen Hutchinson
Account Director: Sunni York

Production Company: kaboom productions
Director/Editor: matt fackrell
Executive Producer: lauren schwartz
Head of Production: steven sills
Director of Photography: Chris Saul
Producer: Kevin Hayes

Color Grading: Ntropic
Colorist:

Original music: Adam Delbert

Mix: Jay Shilladay, Slate Run Productions
Helsingin Sanomat : Bbändi [Image]Helsinki lives in the moment – and so does Nyt, the weekly supplement of the city’s largest newspaper Helsingin Sanomat. Nyt is all about the going-ons in Helsinki – the name means “now” in Finnish. Since it is all about the moment, we did Nyt’s print ads with the same mentality. No stylists and no tight schedules on Excel-sheets. Just one photographer capturing a bunch of young people enjoying life in Helsinki – right here, right now. And it was all very immediate: shot today, printed tomorrow.Client: Helsingin Sanomat

Advertising Agency: 358 Helsinki, Finland

Creative Director: Ale Lauraéus
Copywriters: Valtteri Väkevä, Verneri Leimu
Art director: Ale Lauraéus
Graphic designer: Iiris Ojanen, Mark Nurmi
Client Team Director: Sonja Eiramo
Producer: Krista Durchman
Hampton Inn : Business [Video]Agency: Young & Rubicam
Chief Creative Officer: Jim Elliot
Creative Director/Art Director Nathalie Brown
Senior Producer: Mara Milicevic
Assistant Producer: Luiza Naritomi
Business Affairs: Debra Horvath
Broadcast Traffic: Michelle Cervello
Talent Partners: Suzanna Voss
VP, Group Account Director: Trish Mello
Account Supervisor: Melissa Tapi

Production Company: A White Label Product
Director: Olivier Gondry
EP Ellen Jacobson-Clarke
Producer: Paul Ure

Editorial Company: Cut+Run
Editor: Gary Knight

VFX: Fell Visual Effects
EP Rachel Koch
Creative Director: Russell Fell

Music & Sound Design: Elias Arts
Sound Designer: Jay Nerenberg
Your's Irish bar / Taxi-ruf frankfurt : Karaoke S.O.S. [Video]To communicate a drink-driving message to some of the heaviest drinkers on St. Patrick’s Day, we tweaked the karaoke lyrics of famous Irish drinking songs to carry a sobering message. As karaoke always seems like a great idea to people who’ve had a few too many, they unwittingly became the message, singing an SOS to call them a taxi home.Art Director: Vitor Mainho
Copywriter: Alice Gnodde
ECD: Jorg Riommi

Artbuy: Iris Teubert, Victoria Sigrid

Account: Lars Bendels, Niklas Boger, Thomas Adam

Production:
Producing: Ben Schlangen ACHT, Charlotte Kühn ACHT
After effects/graphics: Christopher Kasten ACHT
Editor: Gabriel Manz + Jeremy Nagel ACHT
DoP: Tobias Schrenk ACHT, Tim Lukas Leinert weare:now Gbr
Sound engineer: Thomas Rudeck - Studio Funk

Client: Your's Irish bar
Taxi-ruf frankfurt
Imagination Movers : Rock-o-Matic - Little Red Wagon [Video]When the Imagination Movers were ready to release “Rock-o-Matic,” their latest DVD of music videos targeted to children and parents alike, they came to CRASH+SUES (C+S) for an innovate approach to creating music video vignettes that would bring their songs to life. The full-service post production company’s multi-disciplined team took a fresh, collaborative approach to the project, providing a full pallet of editorial, visual effects, stop motion animation, color correction and finishing – as well as some production services – for six of the seven videos featured on the DVD, in addition to cutting all of the interstitials and authoring the disk.

Imagination Movers is Disney’s Emmy Award-winning eclectic rock band that has been captivating kids of all ages with its fresh approach to pop music. The quartet of singers/performers have sold more than 250,000 CDs and DVDs, and star in their own hit music and comedy series on the Disney Junior network. This most recent high-energy DVD features music videos linked to fun interstitials that range from live-action comedy bits to “Great Moments in Creativity,” activities and the Catnip and Catnap puppets – taking the general to the next level.

C+S executive producer Sven Shelgren, who helmed the project, recounts, Scott Durbin, one of the four Imagination Movers, called C+S owner Heidi Habben last summer with a question about doing a stop motion animation music video for one of their songs. He was impressed by the work he had seen on our website, and loved the idea of stop motion as a way to reach and connect with kids in a visually exciting way.”

Initially C+S was tasked with creating a single music video as a promotional piece heralding the launch of The Movers new CD of original songs and their upcoming nationwide tour. However the job ultimately grew into a full 30-minute DVD, that made use of the company’s streamlined pipeline of visual effects, animation, editing, color correction and finishing services for 6 more music videos, along with a series of comedy skits created by and starring the Movers that were interlaced into the DVD, and all of the interstitial skits, graphic design, as well as authoring the DVD. The project also took advantage of CRASH+SUES’ production capabilities, tapping into the veteran executive producer Sven Shelgren’s considerable experience in the live-action production arena.

C+S provided postproduction services for the music videos featured on the DVD, including: “Little Red Wagon,” helmed by animation director Cari Merryman, who incorporated stop-motion animation into a cut-paper environment with traditional cel-style video to create a captivating visual story; “Everybody Sing,” edited by Matthew Kroese; “Remember When,” edited by Eric Riggs; the animated video “Blast Off,” created by animation director Kinsey Engelmann.

In the video entitled “Thank You,” the Imagination Movers pay tribute to their fans with a compilation of still photos and video footage of the band and their audience, beginning with images from the days when the group was performing at backyard parties, through more recent scenes of the now nationally known band’s US concert, playing to thousands of fans.

Editor Todd Isaacs was asked to cut the “Thank You” video in a style reminiscent of the multiple split-screen opening titles of the TV series “Parks and Recreation,” and then given free rein to shape the style and content. Working on Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7, Isaacs began by selecting the best segments from the group’s previous DVDs.

“I watched the opening sequence of ‘Parks and Recreation’ a couple of times for inspiration, and then began to plan how to integrate that concept with the music and the footage. I also listened to the song a number of times and visualized the edit based on the beats in the music,” Isaacs explains. “I wove the edit together, starting at the beginning and taking it a step at a time until a rough cut was done. The client viewed it, made some suggestions and after a few tweaks everyone was thrilled with the final results.”

The complexity of the movements of the multiple split screens required Isaacs, and C+S editor Matthew Kroese, to come up with an innovate approach to rendering out the edit without compromising the visual integrity of the cut. C+S colorist, SUE provided valuable guidance for Isaac’s color correction, which he performed within Final Cut, suggesting he maintain “a keen eye for the little details that add up to make a big difference.” Isaacs also used Adobe Illustrator to add graphics that enhanced the retrospective footage.

Another video, “Dance Kung Fu,” is a live-action retelling of the fairytale, “Little Red Riding Hood,” in which the Imagination Movers undertake a mission to bring cookies to grandma while evading a troop of Cookie Ninjas. The actors and singers in the group play themselves, as well as the Cookie Ninjas/Kung Fu dancers.

The fast-paced storyline uses a ‘see-say’ approach to the lyrics, so CRASH+SUES editor Carrie Shanahan was tasked with getting the best action shots of the two groups, while keeping pace with the lyrics so young children could follow along.

“The director did an initial cut, which sped up nearly every shot in retro “Benny Hill” fashion. That technique had a certain charm, but I thought it was too hectic for a young audience,” says Shanahan, who edited the video on Final Cut, assisted by Matthew Kroese. “My challenge was to tell the story in real-time while keeping pace with the lyrics. We happened to have a colleague’s seven-year old in the office during the edit, so I had her watch a rough cut to make sure she was getting the story. She was - and thought it was ‘very funny’ so I felt I was going my job!”

Several of the scenes in the “Dance Kung Fu” video featured in-camera effects and required some editorial finessing to support the illusion that the Movers and Kung Fu dancers were interacting. Shanahan also had to lip synch four characters as they ran and danced. SUE did the color correction on the Nucoda System Ryan Wheeler performed the online and Alex Engelmann crafted the opening animation.

"REMEMBER WHEN" was the ‘fan’ video on the new DVD, which means fans sent in videos of themselves, in the hopes of making it into the song,’ notes CRASH+SUES’ Eric Riggs, the editor of the video. “Not only do these guys have a huge fan base, but they are creative too! Their fans are a testament to the innovative and original music they put out.”
“I used to live in New Orleans, where the band is from, and I have a young son, so I was excited to work on the project,” adds Shanahan. “The Imagination Movers were a pleasure to work with and sent us a ‘King Cake’ after the wrap – a local delicacy with a little plastic baby baked inside. If you get the slice of cake with the baby, you have to throw the next party. I got the baby so the next party’s on me!”

“One thing we pride ourselves on is writing and performing all of our songs (over 200),” says Imagination Group member, Scott Durban.” This DVD is about real guitars, real drums and real fun - coupled with incredible artistic contribution by CRASH+SUES’ team that brought our songs to life visually for our fans.”

The DVD production used the talents of every member of the CRASH+SUES’ collaborative team, and has helped raise the public profile of the Imagination Movers. While the band is in the midst of a four-month concert tour of North America and abroad, viewers can still catch original episodes and old favorites of the Imagination Movers television series airing daily on the brand new 24-hour Disney Junior Network.Client: Imagination Movers
Project: “Rock-o-Matic” DVD
Executive producers: Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche, Scott “Smitty” Smith

DVD PRODUCTION, POST, ANIMATION + AUTHORING: CRASH+SUES/MN
Executive producer: Heidi Mae Habben
Producer: Richard Sven Shelgren
Assistant producer/media manager: Jim Roy
Senior colorist: Sue Lakso (SUE)
3D artist/graphic design: Alex Engelmann
Flame artist/compositor: Adam Celt
Smoke artist/compositor: Ryan Wheeler
Editors: Carrie Shanahan (“Dance Kung Fu”)
Todd Isaacs (“Thank You”)
Matthew Kroese (“Everybody Sing”)
Eric Riggs (“Remember When”)
Animation directors: Cari Merryman (“Little Red Wagon”)
Kinsey Engelmann (“Blast Off”)
Animator: Sean Hall (“Little Red Wagon”)

Additional animation: Lasso Studios
Animation director: Anthony Mumphrey (“Animal Dancing”)

AUDIO POST COMPANY: Steve McCabe Music/KY
Additional music scoring/sound design/final DVD mix: teve McCabe


Production Company: (“Dance Kung Fu,” “Everybody Sing” and interstitial “Skits”)
Director: Jonathan David Evans
Cinematographer: Ryan Martin
Grip/production assistant/guest ninja: Mike Spara

Sound for Greenscreen: Andrew Gidiere
Hair/makeup: Erica Barado
Fox Crime Norway - The Walking Dead Season 2 : Life size Tear Off Poster [Video]Fox Crime Norway wanted to 1: promote the season finale of The Walking Dead - Season 2 and 2: As a new channel in Norway, grab the attention of media and advertisors.
All on a very tight budget.
Fox Crime Norway set up a contest where you could win an iPhone, and wanted to drive the audience to their web page.

The solution:
The usual low budget way of getting people to remember phone numbers, url´s etc, is the classic tear off poster.
So - a tear off poster were made - in a true zombie way. The url was printed on the zombies´arms and legs, and the audience could tear them off.

The results:
The work was picked up by both national and international media, and Fox Crime Norway is "extremely happy with the PR created".
Hundreds of pictures were taken, and arms and legs were torn off.
The Walking Dead landing site quickly became the most visited place on foxcrime.noAdvertised brand: Fox Crime Norway - The Walking Dead Season 2
Advert title(s): Life size Tear Off Poster

Advertising Agency: Frank, Oslo, Norway
Agency website: http://www.frank.no
Creative Director: Erik Heisholt, Lee Cartmell
Art Director: Jason Kinsella
Copywriter: Erik Heisholt, Jason Kinsella
Illustrator:
Photographer:
Additional credits: Hanne Sandland Nilsen, Rebecca Sakshaug Hoseth
Published: March, 2012
STAR WARS Identities : The Exhibition, Boba Fett [Image]What forces shape you?Advertising Agency: Bleublancrouge, Montréal, Canada
Chief Creative Officer: Gaetan Namouric
Creatives: Jean-François LeBlanc, Sébastien Maheux
Copywriter: Andrew Lord
Production: Eve Mathieu
Illustration: Louis Hébert
Other: Véronique Vigneault
Published: 2012
Gorila.sk Book Store : Commie [Image]The power of booksAdvertising Agency: Jandl, Bratislava, Slovakia
Creative Director: Pavel Fuksa
Copywriter: Samo Marek
Art Director: Lucia Cermakova
Associate Creative Director: Eugen Suman
Account manager: Martin Janik
Latinspots / El Ojo de Iberoamerica : How a Beer That Doesn't Exist Fooled Cannes [Video]Advertising Agency: Santa Clara, São Paulo, Brazil
Creative Director: Fernando Campos
Art Directors: Thiago Grossi, Ronaldo Tavares, Maso Heck
Copywriters: Raphael Quatrocci, Fernando Campos, Leo Avila, Caio Lekecinskas
Agency Producers: Thieny Prates, Regina Knapp
Production: Corporação Fantástica
Director: Marlon Klug
Audio Producer: Play It Again
Published: June 2011
Princesa Supermarket : Pricing [Image]Forgot to buy anything? We remind you.Advertising Agency: Staff, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Creative Director: Paulo Castro
Head of Art: Bernardo Machado
Art Directors: Felipe Menezes, Bernardo Machado, Henrique Parada
Copywriter: Maicon Silveira
Published: March 2012
Orca Chevrolet : Rescue drive [Video]Advertising Agency: Monumenta, Brazil
Creative Directors: Raphael Pontual, Ézio De Castro
Copywriter: Leo Henrique
Art Directors: Glauber Dorotheu, Paulo Ribas, Cloves Menezes
Planner: Fernando Torres
Producers: Marcia Stolet, Rosely Youssef, Gláucia Oliveira
Account Supervisor: Bruno Botafogo
Account Manager: Thiago Botafogo
Production Company: Cadline
WWF : The Plantmen [Image]As part of their social responsibility program, the peruvian electric company ENERSUR decided to teach little kids about the importance of saving energy starting in Pasco, a peruvian province where ENERSUR has its principal plant.Advertising Agency: JWT, Lima, Peru
Creative Directors: Fernando Iyo, Javier Graña
Art Director: Renzo Sanguinetti
Copywriters: Juan Pablo Peschiera, Luis Vega
Illustrator: Pedro Molina
Photographer: Yoshiro Zurita
Additional credits: Pollo Arce, Lorena Garcia, Sugey Rojas, Elena Monteverde, Pool Guillen, Jean Paul Dubois
Zeeg2 : How to make a sound [Image]Many commercials instigate curiosity about the sounds we hear and how they are produced. After all, the triggering of a gun doesn’t necessarily mean the commercial protagonists are holding one. For instance, when we hear a heart beating, people are not all connected to appliances to enhance the sound of their heartbeats. From this idea, Zeeg2, a sound producer, decided to demystify and show how some sound effects are artificially made. The company sent by mail an interactive kit for people to handle and reproduce the sounds we hear in advertisements. The action’s creation is signed by DDB Brasil.Advertising Agency: DDB, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Creative Directors: Sergio Valente, Marco Versolato, Wilson Mateos, Luciano Lincoln, Guilherme Jahara
Creatives: Ricardo Salgado, Rafael Voltolino, Fernando Pereira
Account Supervisor: Maristela Pati Correa, Tania Pena, Maria Helena Addesso
Approved by: Gabriel Carrera and Olivia Carrera
Fevikwik : The First Reusable Piggy Bank [Image]Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai, India
Chief Creative Officer: Abhijit Avasthi, Rajiv Rao
Creative Director: Sameer Sojwal, Amitabh Agnihotri
Art Director: Shankar Kamble
Copywriter: Nandkishor Prabhukelusakar
Sanofi Targifor : Bicycle [Image]Tiredness plays against you.Advertising Agency: Publicis Sao Paulo, Brazil
Creative director: Hugo Rodrigues, Denis Kakazu
Art director: Luis Gatti and Denis Kakazu
Copywriter: Alexsander Brunello
Illustrator: Estúdio Open The Door
Art buyer: Selma Momosse
Account manager: Gabriela Borges
Account supervisor: Giuliana Macedo
Planner: Thiago Delfino
Production: Rita Vilarim, Thiago Loureiro and Emerson Russo
Post production: Burti HD
Approval client: Fabio Barone