Here’s a fine example of Crispin Porter + Bogusky at its best – taking something everyone’s accustomed to doing and dropping it smack-down on the side of its head. Instead of developing a Facebook app for Burger King that tries to gain friends for the company, they do the opposite with Whopper Sacrifice by asking whether a free Whopper is worth de-friending 10 people on your Facebook account. Has anyone ever delivered a coupon in such an ingenious way – oh, and got thousands of people blogging, reporting and talking about it? We challenge you to prove it.
Industrial designer Roger Arquer created variations on the common fish bowl, with each examining a topic or suggesting a solution to a different issue that goldfish face. Shown here, ‘XS or XL’ tells us about relationships between a big fish and a small one living together. Check out the other concepts on his site.
On the heels of the highly awarded Jack Link’s Messin’ With Sasquatch holiday email from Xylem last year, comes another entertaining microsite in which you get to shave a holiday greeting into the back of the mighty beast. Nice work, people.
Boulder’s design studio, Cypher13, had an impressive year of artistic, cultural and commercial success in 2008. Look at all they achieved in the retrospective they’ve put together in this microsite. Refreshing to see how often these guys play outside the boundaries.
If you’re a young thrill seeker, free of family, obligations, house payments and anything else rooting you to Colorado, send your shit in to this.
WK12 is an experiment. It’s a school, a mini ad agency, and an idea factory.
We’re housed in Wieden+Kennedy’s Portland headquarters. We do real work with real clients, but we also have time to do art projects, make films, and go on adventures. In WK12 we learn to solve problems.
Show us what you can do. Send portfolios, CDs, DVDs, websites, blogs… anything that you write, design, make, and create – it just has to fit into a 9“x12” envelope and get here by January 30, 2009.
Creating something to be passed around virally online is a viable marketing strategy today. But when it’s impossible to detect any brand benefit in the work, it’s very hard to swallow. What’s your impression of this new vid for Ray Ban Sunglasses? Agency: Cutwater, San Francisco.