Calvin Klein: “Downtown” Ad Directed by David Fincher – shot on RED EPIC Monochrome


Watch: Calvin Klein “Downtown”
Calvin Klein: Downtown starring Rooney Mara (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) was directed by David Fincher and shot on RED EPIC Monochrome.

What makes a good animation good?

Learning to fly

 

I took us around 15 iterations and over 2 months till we were done with animation for our project. We took it seriously. So I thought I will share my knowledge gained in the process. Here are the main points I learned:

 

Keep it short! No one likes to watch long videos about the things or ideas they never heard about. Best length is under a minute.
Have one clear message you want your audience to receive. Not two, one! If you can’t say all the essence in one message, go back to your drawing board.
Make it fun! Everyone wants to have some fun ;)

 

Did we succeed in that? Check it out yourself: https://www.keenjar.com/page/about/1-why-keenjar/

Collection of 20 Creative Advertisement

Advertisements are almost anything imaginable in the world of advertising, since it is a combined power of photography, photo manipulation, and computer graphics. Although all ads are not interesting or creative, companies spend billions of dollars each year on advertising for major events. But only a few ads stand out.

In this article you can see advertisements from advertising firms and companies around the globe. They are selected for being interesting, clever, or in some cases, outright strange.

Sitting on Earth

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20 Surrealistic Advertising for Inspiration

These surrealistic ads show that incorporating fantasy into your advertising strategy can give you a strategic advantage

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Honda “Hands”


Honda celebrate 65 years of research and developpement with this ads “Honda Hands

42 Vintage Radio Adverts from 1920-30s Czechoslovakia

A selection of different brands appears in this selection of Vintage illustrations representing a nostalgic walk through advertising interwar Czechoslovakia dedicated to the Radio.

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People in Need

The Dutch charity organization Mensen in Nood (people in need) hits the streets with a remarkable campaign. People in need are posing with the typical attributes of consumer culture. The price of a designer handbag (€32) is compared with the price of a whole week of food (€4), The price a pint of beer (€4.50) with the price of 50 liter clean water (€1.50). The pictures were taken by Swedish fashion photographer Carl Stolz. via Occupy Design UK

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Advertising Designs to Inspire Your Creativity

With new products budding every single day, the hype for exceptional adverts has increased rapidly. Advertising companies demand for creativity and for an illustration to speak a thousand words. They want new thoughts which can enlighten their ideas in a single picture.

To gain immense amount of buyers and to deliver a message to open the eyes of the audience, Advertising agencies always have to think out-of-the box. Today, we gathered some of the best and creative advertising design ideas which surely force you lips to say WOW!

Find out more interesting Designs.

 

Heinz Ketchup

A ketchup company’s Heinz creative ad campaign.This ad makes the Heinz Ketchup look the best dressing for any kind of food. The quality and clarity describes it all.

Heinz Ketchup

Heinz Ketchup

By: AO Studio

 

McDonald’s – LEAFLET

This leaflet is designed in such a way that it makes the viewer crave for McDonald. It shows creativity which makes it one of a kind.

Lac Leaf Let

 

MacDonlad Leaflet

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By: Nikita Pilyukshin

 

Dog Chow – No to Trash cans

It’s high time you stop treating your dog like a trash can. Just like humans, dogs need to be treated intelligently and given the right food. Dog chow is what you need.

Dog Trash

 

Dog Trash

Dog Trash

Custis – New Faces

 

Curtis Tea

Curtis Tea

Curtis Tea

Curtis Tea

Project by: CatzWolf

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Spider SCREENBREAKER

One out four smartphones have a broken screen. 9ine, a brazilian advertising agency, saw that as an opportunity to promote the Nike athlete, UFC champion Anderson “The Spider” Silva, with a simple solution: wallpapers that simulate Anderson breaking the screen. So people can turn their broken smartphone into an exclusive badass gadget.

Check it out!

 

You can also watch a video tutorial, made by them, explaining the idea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSa50gNFzPY

UNICEF Ad Campaign: Slut, Drunk, Dealer

A child who learns is a teacher who teaches.

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Axe. Sure Thing.

Sure Thing

Shopping list for all AXE users. Sure Thing.

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30 Brilliant & Creative Advertisements for Technology Niche

Some advertising Agencies and big corporations has done a very good job in advertisement. They are creative advertisements really stand out of the crowd, the idea is really out of the box, something that makes you laugh, talks about it or at least make you look twice.
They send a lot of money on trying to catch your attention, in this collection you’ll find 30 Brilliant & Creative Advertisements in Technology Niche that probably reached their goal. I am sure you can get some inspirations of creativity too.

Fan The Flame Campaign

Ogilvy & Mather London has released a new print campaign for Amnesty International UK.



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150+ design and creative ads of June 2013

Creative Placements for Outdoor Advertising

Outdoor advertising is a medium that has been around for a long time. The classic highway billboard has been a staple for outdoor marketers and continues to be an effective tool. However, as advertising budgets have shrank and competition for the target audience’s attention has increased; marketers are looking for more unique and unconventional locations for their ads. Here is a list of some creative placements for outdoor advertising that can offer advertisers some unique opportunities.

The Sky

The sky is a location that provides a few different opportunities for outdoor advertising. Aside from the famous Goodyear blimp, advertisers can use hot-air balloons as giant floating billboards. These balloon advertisements can be particularly effective when used during specific hot-air balloon events or festivals. Another creative way to advertise in the sky is through the use of “Flogos”. These “floating logos” are comprised of a light foam substance that allows the small cloud-like flogos to float through the air for as far as 30 miles. Flogos can be shaped and molded to resemble a company’s logo and are ideal for those with strong brand recognition.

Athletic Events

Athletic events offer a wealth of opportunities for advertisers to get creative with outdoor advertising. For instance, a local marketer may choose to place their logo on the flags of the pins at a local golf tournament. Another example that has been prevalent in Europe for years and has recently been adopted more in the United States is the ability to advertise directly on a team’s uniform.

These types of ad placements are unique as they are an actual part of the athletic event itself. To go even further with this idea, recently marketers have started offering professional athletes compensation to tattoo a logo or sponsored message on their body. This provides the advertiser with the impressions of the audience that sees the athlete both live and on TV, as well as the buzz that is typically generated by such a move.

Modes of Transportation

These types of ads provide the obvious advantage of mobility. Along with this unique advantage, they also present some interesting locations for outdoor advertising. Aside from the traditional taxi or bus ad marketers can get creative with other modes of transportation. For example, a hand sanitizer company may incorporate the use of subway grip poles into an ad. Also, smaller forms of transportation such as escalators and elevators can be used to produce unique and captivating ads.

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