Wallace & Gromit's Npower ad plus more nice work
Npower commercial, agency: Beattie McGuinness Bungay; Creative director: Bil Bungay; Copywriter: James Loxley; Production company: Aardman; director: Merlin Crossingham
It's Friday, so it must be time for a round-up of great new advertising work, along with some other treats. First up is a new Npower ad from Beattie, McGuinness, Bungay. The ad stars Wallace & Gromit, fresh from their stint as fashionistas in a campaign for Harvey Nicks. Here the charming duo demonstrate the advantages of an energy efficient boiler.
Ray Ban Super Chameleon, agency: Cutwater, San Francisco
Next up is the latest spot in Ray Ban's Never Hide campaign. The low-fi feel of the earlier spots continues in this viral ad, where a chameleon is tormented in the name of fashion.
Mother London has created this new poster campaign for Schweppes. Inspired by 18th century artist and satirist William Hogarth, a new ad will be released every two weeks until the end of the year, all of which will reference current affairs. Naturally then, the first ads in the series remark upon the current financial crisis.
8 Kilomètres, agency: Mother London
Also from Mother is this viral campaign for Stella, which sees Die Hard, 8 Mile and 24 reimagined as French cinema classics. Shown above is 8 Kilomètres, and the rest of the films can be viewed here.
Ikea PS, agency: Nordpol; production company: Parasol Island
Ad agency Nordpol in Hamburg has created this ethereal ad for Ikea.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty created this poignant new poster campaign for The Child Bereavement Charity which aired to coincide with Mother's Day in the UK.
Pictoplasma Conference opening animation, directed and designed by David O'Reilly
Moving away from advertising, here is David O'Reilly's (a former CR Creative Future) beautiful opening animation for the recent Pictoplasma Conference in Berlin.
Vellum, Slices of a Virtual Sculpture by Robert Seidel
Finally, we end on an artwork by Robert Seidel, which is currently on show at the SKT Tower in Seoul. The beautiful "virtual sculpture" is shown across multiple LED screens within the space.
Got to say I feel sorry for the Chameleon it looks very uncomfortable being made to wear the Rayban's and who can blame him!!
The 8 Kilometres and the Schweppes posters are good though!
Great work! See more of Dave Hopkins' illustration work in her London agents' portfolio at http://www.phosphorart.com/dave-hopkins/
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