Back in 1966, now retired science teacher, Irv Gordon bought a brand new Volvo P1800S. Since then, he’s travelled the equivalent of to the moon and back six times, having only ever used Castrol oil to lubricate his engine.
Created by Brazilian agency AlmapBBDO, the campaign seeks to show the depth of Getty Images’ extensive collection of millions of images, and how through imagery, any idea can come to life.
The concept features several famous faces - the likeness of Angela Merkel, Prince Charles, the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis - in an unexpected way: meticulously reconstructed only using creative stills from Getty Images.
In the run-up to May half-term and the summer holiday season VisitEngland has today launched its largest domestic marketing campaign for 2016 to promote amazing ‘moments’ that can only be experienced on a trip across Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The four-week #OMGB ‘Home of Amazing Moments’ TV, digital and print campaign, part of the UK Government’s GREAT Britain campaign, uses film and images of authentic experiences and activities shot on locations across the UK to inspire people to take a short-break at home. Agency RKCR/Y&R produced the creative for this year’s campaign.
Leo Burnett has unveiled the latest ad in the new McDonald’s ‘good times’ brand campaign. The ongoing campaign celebrates the role the brand plays in customers’ lives and brings to life the brand promise of simple, easy enjoyment. In this installment the brand highlights the ‘good times’ that are happening around us all the time.
The beautifully shot ad, directed by James Rouse, takes the form of one minute and delves in and out of the lives of the people of Britain as they enjoy their very own little ‘good times’. Some of these are McDonald’s moments, some are not, however, they are all familiar, relatable, and designed to be a reflection of the moments we enjoy in modern Britain.
Shazam, one of the world’s most popular apps for connecting artists and fans, has partnered with Unilever’s premium ice-cream brand Magnum for the launch of its most indulgent range of ice creams, Magnum Double.
The whole campaign will be Shazam-enabled, either through visual recognition on print and OOH ads, or audio-recognition-enabled TV and cinema commercials.