After Mickey Rourke and Hugh Hefner it’s time to ask Charlie Sheen to promote the Dutch beer Bavaria. This notorious Hollywood alcohol and drug user doesn’t really seem fit to promote a beer, we know, but in this case it’s for the alcohol free Bavaria.
Heineken celebrated their 140th birthday by offering the design community the chance to create a limited edition bottle via a Facebook collaboration piece. The challenge aimed to showcase social connections from all over the world and received over 30,000 entries across 100 countries. In order to connect designers with each other, part of the competition required you to pair up your own design up with that of another designer through Facebook.
In this commercial a certain product from Lidl supermarkets meets the Italian composer Vivaldi. Can anyone guess about what product we are talking? If you don’t really like the commercial you can at least enjoy some great music.
This print advertisement was placed in a Dutch newspaper in the personal Ad section. No need to tell you that Garlic Sause gives you a smelly breath. Tagline that goes along: “Extra strong garlic sauce”.
A simple idea that will definitely have a great influence on it’s target group. With a special printing technique called “the lenticular technique” the billboard enabled the viewer to switch between a real world view and that of a child.
From one angle you can see cleaning products underneath a sink, through the other angle you see these same cleaning products in the fashion a child sees them.
Instead of some bird poo on your windshield you can also experience other stains, even on the inside of your car. This smart visualisation is telling an entire story in one single image. The ice cream got thrown against the windshield because the car needed to make an emergency stop, luckily the child carrying the ice cream (not in the image) isn’t joining it’s sweet. “Back seat belts: they’re there for a reason.”
For Dutch telco Ben®, Kumpany developed an integrated campaign which revolves around ‘Sinterklaas’ (the Dutch St. Nick) but with a twist. The campaign starts off with a TV-commercial and continues on Facebook, where you can follow his journey as he searches for Holland.
Volkswagen is inviting its fans in the Netherlands to vote for their all-time favorite VW model – and win the one-off vehicle as a reward, in a social media campaign by Dutch agency Achtung.
What is more, the so-called Fanwagen will be equipped with social media features, making it, VW says ‘the most social car ever’. Clearly designed for the social network-obsessed, these include a license plate that shows your relationship status, and the ability to print your newsfeed off at the dashboard.
Al you have to do is go to the Fanwagen Facebook Page and vote for the car you like best, be it the Beetle or the iconic Camper Van.