This month’s chart is bookended by two classic ads that feel like they’ve been around forever. Sandpit and Ghost Chips are living proof that creativity and humour – particularly Kiwi humour – are an unstoppable force.
Mick Jagger has shot a droll, self-mocking promo for the Monty Python troupe ahead of their string of performances at the O2 arena in London this week.
Whybin\TBWA has begun work on a brand programme for Yellow, after being appointed to the project last week as the company’s strategic and creative partner.
Most New Zealanders still watch TV the traditional way – by coming home at night, and turning it on, according to a Colmar Brunton survey for NZ On Air.
Kiwis’ competitive spirit is behind a campaign from Sky TV and DDB that celebrates the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games by giving people the chance to connect with New Zealand’s great athletes.
It’s not easy to paint a convincing picture of a retirement home – a place full of ancient Pakeha striving to look cheerful in the sunset of their lives. But Work Communications has given it its best shot.
Auckland indie agency mediaR has picked up an Alzheimers Society campaign to promote its Memory Walk in September, and Dr LeWinns Skin Care for brand and retail work.
How do you shoot a new Kia Sportage TVC all about the joys of escaping for a sneaky swim in the ocean … at the onset of winter?
Auckland indie shop mediaR has shot two new 30-second brand TVCs for Bradford Optimo Underfloor Insulation and Bradford Soundscreen Australia.
Digital content company Interlike New Zealand has this month trialled its state-of-the-art photography & social media app Interlike lite in Moscow.