1. Choices for GirlsPlan UK, a non-profit organization trying to raise money toward theeducation of girls in third-world countries. And they don’t show men because they wanted to give them “a glimpse of what it’s like to have basic choices taken away”. Plan UK’s CEO, Marie Staunton, says: Millions of girls across the globe are being denied the right and choice to have an education. This ad is a deliberate attempt to raise public debate on this issue. Although we’re not giving menand boys the choice to see the full ad on this occasion – so we geta glimpse of what it’s like to have basic choices taken away – boys and men play a vital role in helping girls to be all they can be.
1. Choices for Girls
1. Choices for Girlshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnlEY_abtL0
2. Fundraiser Billboard - Germany New way to encourage people to donate money to charity. Aninteractive billboard was created where by the money donatedwent on a “journey” that showed exactly how donator’s moneywas spent. and donators received a personalised thank you at the end.
2. Fundraiser Billboard - Germanyhttp://www.adforum.com/creative-work/ad/player/34472365
3. Intel – Pop Up Theatre Are the days of carrying a laptop numbered? Here’s a new take on flashmobs from Intel to showcase the features of their new Ultrabooks. Intel used 60 people to create a digital billboard made of Ultrabooks to demonstrate the product’s ultra-thin design and responsiveness. The flashmob team carried out a series of live surprise stunts across Los Angeles, using the laptops to interact with people as they passed by.• The billboards appeared in various locations to entertain people – cheering them on as they played sports, entertaining people with musical performances and providing nighttime firework displays. The Ultrabooks were synced together using wi-fi, transforming everyday locations into mini pop-up theaters. So does this mean flashmobs are back!?
3. Intel – Pop Up Theatrehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo1_ozUtomI
4. Fairy Tale Approach To Childhood obesity This ad was created for an undisclosed client telling a cautionary childhood tale telling us how our personal choices can help us to avoid obesity & diabetes. It clearly blames advertisers for causing the obesity crisis but refrains from using the words “fat” & “Obesity”.
4. Fairy Tale Approach To Childhood obesity http://www.adweek.com/adfreak/big-river-takes-fairy-tale-approach- childhood-obesity-138382
5. Coca-Cola Happiness Machine For Couples For the past Valentine’s day, Coca-Cola installed special vending machines inside of the most crowded shopping malls in Istanbul.Those machines were designed just for couples and there was one way to get them working: people had to prove they’re indeed a couple.
5. Coca-Cola Happiness Machine For Couples http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/