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Beautiful animated shortfilm for a Toy Store in Peru, called 'Wongderland'
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Barbie have created a new video aimed directly at parents with the tagline "You Can Be Anything." BBDO San Francisco handled the campaign. Using hidden cameras, the video shows little girls pretending to be professionals in real-life settings. They take o
With Lego you can build anything you can imagine. We proved this by describing the painting “The Blue Horse” by Franz Marc to blind children and letting them recreate it with Lego. Then we invited blind and sighted kids to workshops. Allowing them to exch
Lego collaborated with a number of other brands to ‘Lego-fy’ their advertising in the run up to the launch of The Lego Movie, giving each brand an association with one of the hottest movie release of the year.
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The brilliance of this campaign is that the paintings are reconstructed with Lego blocks making it look like pixel art.
No matter how splendid the production, movies have a fairly short lifespan in cinemas after premiering, the Lego Movie being no exception. So Konstellation, Copenhagen, set out to prolong families’ engagement with the film by inviting them, not just to sp
Today is the 4th of May, "May the 4th be with you" , and Lego has a huge collection focused on the saga created by George Lucas.
Lego appeals to the heart of almost all parents. The brand shows – from the point of view of the child – how to spend the day playing with the family.
Toys”R”Us is doing something what’s the most important mission for toy stores, making kids happy. By surprising some kids with a field trip to a Toys”R”Us store they got some brilliant footage of happy children.
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