Seemingly ordinary East London corner shop is hacked to play a tune whenever anyone picks up a Red Stripe.
Wonderment & Lolz by KesselsKramer
so much more than I anticipated this would be…
Thomas Cook, the holiday operator, got outwitted by one of its rivals. A guy called Thomas Cook posted on the Thomas Cook UK Facebook asking for a free holiday because of the ridicule he had received over the years for sharing the same name as the travel operator.
Thomas Cook UK responded with a “no we don’t give away holidays”. A quick thinking rival Low Cost Holidays jumped in and gave Thomas a whole week away. Smart move. We hope Thomas Cook (the person) enjoyed his break.
An incredible way to avoid telling the public what to do in a PSA - get them to tell themselves. And the impact isn’t just for the viewers: read more about the impressive results.
A bit old, but nice work from BBH NY for homeless people. I hope there will be more actions like this in the future.
There are thousands of vagrants in New York, many call out for help, but are often ignored. The main problem is that people don’t know why these people are out on the street. BBH New York gave 4 vagrants a smartphone where they could tweet their feelings and adventures, which changed their lives for good.
Via : Creative Criminals
Company: NYC Rescue Mission
Agency: BBH, New York
What an incredible way to truly tackle the ignorance that stems from the homeless population’s lack of a voice in society.
Before the weekend, I blogged about Leo Burnett’s cardboard house in support of Raising the Roof in Toronto (http://bit.ly/KkxVv1). I’m now posting some more pics for what they can teach us about how important it is to fully realize our creative ideas.
The mere idea of designing a cardboard…
Incredible, and local, too! I wish I had seen this while installed.
The impossible texting & driving test
Great video, both for the message, and all the great French exclamations.
Texting, or even operating your phone at all, while driving is illegal here, and yet I still see people do it every day. I will never understand drivers who put saving time above saving lives.