A fun advertisement to get kids eating veg. Created by adam&eveDDB
Bright, vibrant color takes center stage in the new Kenzo advertising campaign for the spring/summer 2019 season, shot by the internationally renowned photographer David LaChapelle, signed up by the brand’s co-creative directors, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.
With this campaign, dubbed “Kenzotopia,” Kenzo hopes to convey a joyful message of optimism, modernity and diversity. To do this, David LaChapelle used several decors in his Los Angeles studio, notably featuring exotic natural landscapes. A series of brightly colored silhouettes in motion are captured against the tropical-themed sets, creating a veritable explosion of color.
“We’ve worked with Colophon to make a typeface that’s both signature in its look, and historic in its references. The ghost signs that are found around the King’s Cross neighbourhood formed the basis for this new typeface. It will work hard now to add a cohesive visual asset across all branded channels.” KARL RANDALL DESIGN DIRECTOR, SOMEONE
“King’s Cross is a place where change is the new constant. Next year sees transformative new additions to the area in the shape of Coal Drops Yard, with architecture designed by local superstar Thomas Heatherwick. With so many exciting new events and ideas taking shape, it’s time to develop a more useful way to bring these original stories together.” RACHELE CALTAGIRONE SENIOR PROJECT MARKETING DIRECTOR, ARGENT
We were invited by the Design Museum to create the print and digital campaign for the annual Beasley Designs of the Year exhibition. Our concept ‘Designing a Better Tomorrow’ explored the role of designers as problem solvers, confronting the issues facing our world.
We created a kaleidoscopic filter, a visual metaphor for the process of fragmentation and exploration that leads to understanding and discovery, transitioning imagery from problem to solution.
A world first, every headline for our Canary Wharf Residential campaign was created by a generative algorithm which we fed with words unearthed from over 30 years of Canary Wharf press articles. Our system takes the nouns and verbs from the archive of articles to create new 3 word slogans.
Acting as a metaphor for Canary Wharf as an increasingly diverse environment – our campaign uses the unexpected nature of randomised phrases to create a system that connects nouns, verbs and nouns to reveal thousands of possible word combinations, all with a positive, poetic feel, speaking into the power of the evolving community in this exciting area.
A very emotional heartbreaking Christmas advert. Christmas is about more than just presents under the tree.
BBC Ones Christmas trail highlights the importance of family.
Each advertisement features a poem that conjures up a cosy picture of family life at Christmas. But, when read from the bottom up, the lines reveal the horror of a household living with domestic violence.
As you pass on the tradition of “The Polar Express” to your little ones, they can cuddle with their own Polar Express Bear when experiencing the story for the first time!
Our iconic Holidays Are Coming Christmas campaign is back! This year it’s packed full of surprises and a sprinkling of extra magic…
The iconic Coca-Cola Holidays Are Coming advert is back for 2018! It features the same great music and format you know and love. However, eagle-eyed viewers will notice the addition of some new, magical scenes…
The 2018 campaign features a range of exciting new partnerships to breathe new life into the classic ad. This includes working with The Kingdom Choir – who have recorded a special version of the famous Holidays are Coming song.