A wearable promise
Issue 43 | June 2017
A wearable promise
Issue 43 | June 2017In Sweden reported incidents of the flu spike in February.
Device Like No Other
Issue 43 | June 2017In targeted social media, in taxi cabs and at the airport at CES in Las Vegas, ads announced the launch of “a device like no other”.
Issue 43 | June 2017Every Christmas, romanticised images of the ‘Holy Land’ are posted out as greetings cards.
The First Car Catalogue made by kids for kids
Issue 43 | June 2017Society has changed a lot in the last 20 years. Families behave in completely different ways and when parents make decisions there is much more participation involved, the kids getting involved.
THE RAIN PACK
Kolle Rebbe GmbH
Issue 43 | June 2017The Hansgrohe Raindance shower head sets new standards for shower pleasure: its water stream is enriched with air to imitate the feeling of tropical rain.
THE TEABAG COLLECTION
Issue 43 | June 2017Since 1879, Hälssen & Lyon has been crafting the finest teas for clients across the world.
UHD Vanity Kit
Issue 43 | June 2017Model-maker Andy Knight designed the BT UHD Vanity Kit. From the outside it looked like the digital TV box viewers plugged into their TVs. However, all the wiring and the tech had been removed and replaced with bespoke vanity items.
Issue 43 | June 2017The challenge was to speak to a broad audience of existing Toyota 4Runner owners
An Alarming Letter
Issue 42 | March 2017As small business owners are swamped with direct mail campaigns every day a lot of mailings go unnoticed.
Ash to Art
J. Walter Thompson London
Issue 42 | March 2017In May 2014 the world-famous Mackintosh Building, at the heart of The Glasgow School of Art's Garnethill campus, suffered a fire that caused significant damage to the west wing including the loss of the celebrated Mackintosh Library.
Colin Splodge and the Sizzledodge
J. Walter Thompson Sydney
Issue 42 | March 2017Although most Aussies knew that using sunscreen was an important form of protection against the intense Australian sun, there were many other things that Australian families needed to do in order to stay safe.
Issue 42 | March 2017After taking four months off in 2015 to care for her terminally-ill mother, her freelance creative and copywriting work virtually dried up.
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