Here are some YouTube pre-rolls you will not be able to skip. Why would you? Directed by Terri Timely.
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We had a new pre-roll problem: a media buy with no skip buttons. How do we keep people from hating an ad they can't skip? We fast-forward it to the end. At the end of each :15 pre-roll, viewers could click to watch the full-length ad and see what they missed. Directed by Nick Ball.
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Benjamin Moore wanted to show Ultra Spec® 500 paint goes on quick. So we hired real painters for a job they couldn't finish fast enough: a haunted hotel. Directed by Jason Zada.
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A campaign re-imagines travel posters If Donald Trump wins.
Look on the Bright Side: No matter how bad your day goes, GEICO will still save you 15% or more on car insurance. Directed by The Perlorian Brothers.
To promote Hanes ComfortBlend we created the softest shirt ever. Kinda. Directed by Rocky Morton.
To show how Benjamin Moore Arborcoat can rejuvenate your deck, we took reclaimed wood and gave it new life — as the world's largest wooden yo-yo. Directed by Jonathan Zames.
Nike set out to be the most recognized, most talkedabout sports brand during the World Cup, without being an official sponsor. W+K Amsterdam, with support from both W+K London and W+K Portland, created "Write the Future," a successful globally integrated campaign. Driven by mounting anticipation for the tournament, "Write the Future" tapped into the enormous cultural effect football has on the world, appealing to fans and non-fans alike.
My role was to create the biggest digital roadblock ever made. A 24 hours takeover on Facebook, YouTube and Xbox 360. Plus the online banners for a unique global media kit for Nike offices around the world.
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Ronaldinho - featured in the athlete extravaganza spot "Write the future" - didn't make it to the world cup. Good for Robinho, who got his own stand alone version in the "Write the Future" campaign for Nike. Directed by Malcolm Venville.
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Since 1985 no American has won the traditional Boston Marathon.
The Human Race is the biggest running initiative from Nike.
To promote the race globally we were asked to create a campaign that speaks to all nationalities in all languages, bringing attention to the biggest running event on earth: Nike Human Race. The day the world runs.
The bear of the famous Madrid's statue has escaped. If you see it, run.
Grand Prix Cannes Lions | Gold Cannes Lions | Gold One Show | Bronze Clio Awards
The internet gave us a perfect opportunity to create real-time proof of Super Bonder's most famous benefit: that it sticks forever.
So we created a live demonstration of the product by gluing a computer monitor to a wall, pointing a webcam at the gravity-defying unit and prompting web surfers to type in messages and watch their words appear on the monitor in real-time.
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Running will make you live longer. Literally.
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To promote Sundown's sunscreen lotion, we created a human piano. Use burnt skins to play your favorite tune or listen to submitted songs.
In 2008 the internet reached 1 billion users. What if we could get each one to donate 1 dollar to someone? That was the premise behind bumllionaire.com. Our chosen target: Guy Ladd Ritchie, a 46 years old homeless from Texas living in NYC, who had the chance to be the first billionaire homeless and make it to the very exclusive Forbes richests' people list.