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31 Mar 2010

 » Visa Pompeii advertising/design goodness - advertising and design blog

To raise awareness of Visa’s sponsorship of the Pompeii exhibit at our National Museum, we greeted all visitors to Wellington Airport with a lava flow that ran around the baggage carousel. Complemented by traditional media, this ambient execution made sure nobody could miss our message.
Advertising Agency: TBWA\Tequila, New ZealandExecutive Creative Director: Andy BloodCreative Director: Guy RobertsArt Director: Tamryn KerrCopywriter: Michael Goldthorpe

 » Visa Pompeii advertising/design goodness - advertising and design blog

To raise awareness of Visa’s sponsorship of the Pompeii exhibit at our National Museum, we greeted all visitors to Wellington Airport with a lava flow that ran around the baggage carousel. Complemented by traditional media, this ambient execution made sure nobody could miss our message.

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Tequila, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Andy Blood
Creative Director: Guy Roberts
Art Director: Tamryn Kerr
Copywriter: Michael Goldthorpe

11 Feb 2010

Stadt Apotheke, Kreuzlingen: Skin Cancer Guerilla | Ads of the World
Guerrilla marketing - putting “sun kills” tags on sunbathing people to raise awareness of the potential for getting skin cancer.
- cthrin

Stadt Apotheke, Kreuzlingen: Skin Cancer Guerilla | Ads of the World

Guerrilla marketing - putting “sun kills” tags on sunbathing people to raise awareness of the potential for getting skin cancer.

- cthrin

30 Dec 2009

Adidas Turns the Sneaker Into an Augmented Reality Device | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
Big news!
Adidas will be releasing sneakers in February that have an augmented reality kick to them - featuring a a 3D world complete with interactive games that use the sneaker as a controller device. The shoes will cost between $65 and $95. This should be interesting!
- cthrin

Adidas Turns the Sneaker Into an Augmented Reality Device | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Big news!

Adidas will be releasing sneakers in February that have an augmented reality kick to them - featuring a a 3D world complete with interactive games that use the sneaker as a controller device. The shoes will cost between $65 and $95. This should be interesting!

- cthrin