Diet Coke fits beautifully into one’s lifestyle — and so does its Slender Vender: The thinnest vending machine in the world. It fits where others can’t and may show up in a place you’d least expect. Discover how people react when they see it.
ANAR Foundation manages in Spain the european unique phone number 116 111, to attend children and teenagers under a risk situation. Knowing the average height for adults and children under 10,GREY has created two different messages. Using an outdoor lenticular we show adults an awareness message, while children see a message where we offer them our help and show them the telephone number.
To launch their new range of frozen yoghurt Cloud 9 tried to impress an audience of young urban foodies. And there is no way to impress them more than by freezing their yoghurt 50.000 feet in the sky.
Vodafone is introducing Vodafone Red with unlimited talk and text in this stunning commercial with the theme, Good things should last forever. The transitions between every scene are simply perfect, creating just the right atmosphere for an advert not easily forgotten.
Very cool campaign from WWF Brasil. Together with their agency Grey, they gradually coloured the grass of a football field into a brownish colour during a soccer match between Brasil and Denmark, and thus make people aware in a very effective way of the deforestation that is going on every day.
What would you imagine with the new Canon EOS Rebel T4i? The people in this commercial are pushing it to the limit, being completely inspired. The results in the end are beautiful.
Every three seconds the world loses a child. Again, this year many children will not see their fifth birthday. The reasons for this tragedy are diverse; hunger, malnutrition, dirty water or the absence of vaccine protection. This children choir in Germany shows what it’ like if every three seconds someone dies..
Amusing new commercial from the British Newspaper The Sun, with actor Daniel Hoffmann-Gill “cutting through the claptrap & political spin, taking out the rubbish putting common sense in.”