Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Vodka Kreskova - my russian comrade

Advertising agency: Papaya Advertising (Bucharest)
Creative director: Robert Tiderle
Art Director: Dan Samoila
Copywriter: Robert Tiderle
Photographer/Illustrator: Dan Samoila/Valentin Petuhov
Music: Bank
Director: Razvan Marculescu

Mountain Dew

Agency: BBDO — New York
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars, Bill Bruce
CD/Copywriter: Peter Kain
CD/Art Director: Gianfranco Arena
Agency Executive Producer: Hyatt Choate
Production Company: Rattling Stick
Director: Daniel Kleinman
Editorial Company: Nomad Editing Company, Inc. — Santa Monica
Editor: Tom Muldoon
VFX: FrameStore — New York
Sound Design: Sound Lounge — New York
Composer: Trevor Rabin
Agency Executive Music Producer: Loren Parkins

Miller Lite — GHT in the bar

Agency: Crispin Porter + Bogusky — Miami
Chief Creative Officer: Alex Bogusky
Creative Director: Paul Keister
ACD/Copywriter: Mike Howard
Production Company: MJZ — Los Angeles
Director: Tom Kuntz
Director of Photography: Tobias Schliessler
Executive Producer: Jeff Scruton
Editorial Company: Cosmo Street
Music: Beacon Street Studios
Composer: Andrew Feltenstein, John Nau

Your Volkswagen wiil stay a Volkswagen

Agency: DDB — Berlin
Creative Director: Amir Kassaei, Stefan Schulte, Bert Peulecke
Copywriter: Sebastian Kainz
Art Director: Marc Wientzek
Agency Producer: Boris Schepker
Production Company: MOB Film
Director: Vadim Jean
Producer: Shaun Nickless, John Brecklehurst
Sound Effects: Stefan Moritz, Studiofunk

Saturday, January 27, 2007

ANGCP - Sign Up

Agency: Duval Guillaume

Pjotro vs DJ eFFeX - Battle Of Music

Nokia has just launched a new campaign called Pjotro vs DJ eFFeX. Nokia has extended the original Pjotro campaign and got the human beatbox DJ eFFeX involved. The online campaign is a launched to help the Nseries Music range devices.

Agency: FarFar

Durex XL by McCann Erickson

Agency: McCann Erickson, Athens
Creative Director: Anna Stilianaki
Art Director: Sonia Haritidi / Nikos Perialis
Copywriter: Eleftheria Petropoulou
Photographer: Corbis
Illustrator: Nikos Perialis

Xbox 360 - The Not So Big Match

Agency: McCann Erickson, London


Friday, January 26, 2007

iBlinds - New generation iPod accessory

This is cool and strange at the same time! :)

That is really cool

Kids or Aids


Hangman : Stop Smoking

It has been several months since I had time to work on the project “Hangman” and took a picture of it - upload it to DeviantArt. What people really liked about this photo was the idea of a hangman giving warning message ” Smoking Kills” in a funny way (also makes you think). But that was not enough for me so i created a stop-motion video that you can watch and enjoy… Cheers!

Hangman by Burak Kaynak

Последние новости Оренбурга

Akbank - magic factory

Agency: Publicis Yorum
Executive Creative Director: Faika Erguder
Creative Director: Cevdet Kizilay
Art Director: Orgut Cayli
Copywriter: Zeynep Evgin
Agency Producer: Arzu Koeksal
Production Company: FIRST-UNIT ISTANBUL
Director: Harry Patramanis

And you can see "Happiness Factory " by Coca-Cola

Experience is Everything - Old Spice

Old Spice -- Experience is Everything

Old Spice -- guarantor!


Thursday, January 25, 2007

Top 25 management concepts

Bain & Company began a research project in 1993 which spanned 12 years, consisting of 10 surveys and 7,283 participants in over 70 countries. The objective was to gather facts about the tools managers around the world use, and the trends that the respondents saw impacting their businesses in the years ahead.

Bain’s objectives were:

1) To provide managers with information they need to identify and integrate tools that will improve bottom-line results

2) To understand how global executives view their strategic challenges and priorities

The latest survey focused on 25 of the most popular management tools and techniques. This is an excellent list of the top 25 concepts that management consultants should be conversant in.

1. Activity-Based Management
2. Balanced Scorecard
3. Benchmarkng
4. Business Process Reengineering
5. Change Management Programs
6. Core Competences
7. Customer Relationship Management
8. Customer Segmentation
9. Economic Value-Added Analyses
10. Growth Strategies
11. Knowledge Management
12. Loyalty Management
13. Mass Customization
14. Mission and Vision Statements
15. Offshoring
16. Open-Market innovation
17. Outsourcing
18. Price Optimization Models
19. RFID
20. Scenario and Contingency Planning
21. Six Sigma
22. Strategic Alliances
23. Strategic Planning
24. Supply Chain Management
25. Total Quality Management

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

The second coming - Nike

Agency: Wieden + Kennedy — New York
Creative Director: Todd Waterbury, Kevin Proudfoot
Copywriter: Andy Ferguson
Art Director: Ricardo Viramontes
Agency Producer: Andrew Loevenguth, Jesse Wann
Production Company: — New York
Director: Dave Meyers
Director of Photography: Paul Cameron
Producer: Scott Cunningham
Editorial Company: Spot Welders — Venice
Editor: Damion Clayton
VFX: Method Studios — Los Angeles
Musical Artist: Juelz Santana, Just Blaze

Johnie Walker - Hollow Man

Agency: Leo Burnett Sydney
Creative director: Mark Collis
Copywriter: Trent Christie
Art director: Andrew Ostrom
Agency Producer: Simone O’Connor
Production Company: Curious Film
Director: Spencer Susser
Producer: John Rogers
DOP: Greg Frasier
Post-production: Fuel
VFX Supervisor: Simon Maddison
VFX Producer: Dave Kelly
Lead Flame Artist: Karen Fabling
3D Lead: Mike Bain

GooglePhone Vs iPhone

GooglePhone prototype.

Flatpack toys for you to print and build

Readymechs are free, flatpack toys for you to print and build. They are designed to fit on an 8.5"x11" page and printed with any printer. You’ll need double-sided tape, thick matte paper, and 10-15 minutes for build time.

Download from here

Do it like thay DO

Agency: Ogilvy Amsterdam
Creative director: Carl Le Blond & Paul Smith
Art director: Willem van Rooij & Darre van Dijh
Copywriter: Carl Le Blond
Director: Darre van Dijh, Carl Le Blond
Topographer: Sid Tomkins
Production Company: Rokkits

MAC VS PC - Sabotage ads

This is one of apple's latest ads for the Mac computer. Courtesy of TechHead.


Agency: BBDO
Production: HSI

новости Самвры - информационный проводник в новости Самары

Winterfresh Gets Girl Her Man - BBDO Chicago

Continuing its wacky ways, Winterfresh is out with more weird creative from BBDO Chicago. This clip, called Porcupine Web, has something to do with a porcupine, a girl who does karate, ninjas, a DJ, cats and a guy who keeps saying "dang." Oh yes, and a happy ending that promises the girl she'll beat out the cheerleader and get the guy if she chews Winterfresh.

Coke Creates Happiness Factory - Wieden + Kennedy

Anytime a bunch of advertising art directors latch onto the wackiness of Terry Gilliam, the outcome is bound to be a creative explosion of exponential proportion and that's just what we get in this Wieden + Kennedy-created spot, Happiness Factory, which kicks off the brand's new Coke Side of Life campaign. It truly is an over indulgence of happiness and it all happens inside a lowly Coke machine between the time the coin is dropped in and the bottle pops out. Whether you think soda rots your teeth or not, you've got to hand it to WK and Coke for creating this make believe world of happiness that, given enough imagination, could be quite real if one wanted it to be. After all, wouldn't it be nice if a place like that really existed?

And you can see new Coca Happiness factory 2 from Singleton Ogilvy & Mather
Wieden & Kennedy 12, an experimental advertising school run by Portland ad agency W+K, is responsible for buying out all available clear ... all » push pins on the west coast of the US. Over 100,000 thumbtacks were used over 351 hours to create a wall mural that spells out Fail Harder, a message that underlines the importance of failure during the creative process. Thanks to Mediums for the track Realization, Movement

The Coke side of life

Director: Smith & Foulkes
Agency: Wieden & Kennedy (Portland)
Agency Creatives: Sheena Brady and Shannon McGlothin
Agency Producer: Niki Polyocan
Production Company: Nexus Productions Ltd
Executive Producer: Chris O'Reilly
Head of Production: Julia Parfitt
Producer: Kara McCombe HD and Film
Grade: Midnight Transfer
Film Prints: Cinesite
Sound Design: Amber Music
Software/Hardware: Autodesk 3D Studio Max with Brazil. After Effects and Combustion
Sound Consultant: Jonny Trunk

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Advertising And Marketing When Starting a Business

Your dreams, ideas and creativity have carried you to the point where you are now the proud owner of your own business. Now is the time when your success or failure will be determined. Your doors are open for business, but do people know that you are here? Take the time to analyze your marketing efforts and make sure that the message is getting to the appropriate audience. Your customers are out there, you just need to find them.

New business owners must find alternative marketing channels, as television commercials and print ads are generally cost prohibitive. Fortunately myriad options exist, each with its own pros and cons.

Many companies use direct mail advertising and its email equivalent successfully. This type of advertisement can be guaranteed to get into the customer's hands (or email box), and may encourage a second look. However, this method has a number of potential drawbacks. First is the expense. Postal direct mail requires a heavy outlay of both money (paper, ink, stamps) and labor (printing, folding, stuffing, addressing).

Electronic direct mail eliminates the monetary costs, but requires an equal amount of labor. Electronic direct mail has less chance of reaching the targeted consumer, however, due to Spam filtering in most email programs. Additionally, much direct mail of either type is simply trashed without the customer ever considering the offer. Due to the significant drawbacks, this type of advertising is not generally recommended for a new business.

For many years, an advertisement in the local Yellow Pages was practically a requirement for reputable businesses. Customers went automatically to their phone books when in need of a product or service, and the Yellow Pages advertisements offered a place for companies to describe themselves to an interested audience. However, in the past few years, the Internet has replaced the phone book as the source of choice for consumers to gather information.

A significant portion of the population no longer maintains landline phone service, which translates into a smaller customer base of people who are even able to access the local phone book. Therefore, Yellow Pages advertising is still an excellent secondary market, but can no longer be used as the sole or even primary means of reaching potential customers.

A more modern source of advertising can be found on the social networking sites. Though appropriate only for products and services aimed at a younger market, certain businesses have found success through creating profiles and sending "friend requests" to a targeted audience. This is a variation on direct mail marketing; however the more personal nature of social networking sites can bring some success. However some sites prohibit this type of advertising, so you must carefully read the member agreements.

Perhaps the best source of advertising for those who provide a service is a lead-generation Website. These sites allow the company access to the personal information of potential customers who register with the site and request information. You will need to pay for the initial account setup and background check, then a small fee for each lead that you accept. However, the ability to directly reach, by phone or email, interested customers is worth the investment. The services generally allow the company to use their logos in other advertising, thus generating an air of reputability.

For better or for worse, the most publicity that you get will come from your current customers. Make sure that you treat them well so that the word of mouth messages about you and your business are positive. As people talk, your reputation will grow, and as your reputation grows, so will the enterprise that you have poured yourself into.

1970's Morton Salt Commercial

Steve Jobs introduces Apple's iPhone on MADtv :)

"You ignorant fools! I was going to offer you eternal life."
"Wait, that was on the iPhone?"
"Yes, but you didn't let me get to it!"
Yep, that sounds like the right response from Mac cult members.

Sony BRAVIA - colour like no other

Visit to access this file in High Definition

iPod + iTunes = Rollerskating

Cool movie its playing that gorillaz song its cool i like ipod commercials

IPhone Its anything

It's much more than just a phone! Check out some of its additional functions.

I could use the camera,video player,remote,blow dryer,lip gloss,condiment dispenser,the portable shower,hard to use cellphone and my fave the hand granade LOL!

Above The Influence

Man: Can't you justwalk yourself
Dog: You disappoint me.

Guy: I smoke pot to impress the ladies
Friend: try football


Agency: Wieden + Kennedy — Portland
Creative Director: Danielle Flagg, Jed Alger
Copywriter: Ginger Robinson
Art Director: Patty Fogarty
Agency Producer: Adrienne Daniels
Production Company: Blacklist
Director: Pistachios
Executive Producer: Ben Grylewicz, Adina Sales
Illustrator: Souther Salazar
Music: Agoraphone — New York
Composer: Charlie Campbell

Monday, January 22, 2007

Television Ads (1950s-1960s)

A collection of vintage ads: Country Corn Flakes, Alka-Seltzer, Dristan, American - certified lead-free gasoline, two ads of Lustre-creme ... all » shampoo, National Association of Broadcasters, Goodyear, two Coca-Cola ads, two ads of Colt 45 Malt Liquor, Volkswagen, a black and white and a coloured version of fashion ad, Bactine medicated skin cream, Alka-Seltzer, Bactine medicated skin cream, Alka-Seltzer, Noxzema medicated instant shave, Marlboro, The 1967 American Motors, Heinz Pickles, Shearson Hammill, Oil Heat.

Beyond Machine - Infiniti G35

Agency: TBWA\ Chiat\ Day — LA
Executive Creative Director: Rob Schwartz
Creative Director: Dennis Lim
Art Director: Bob Rayburn
Copywriter: Patrick Condo
Senior Prod: Helen Erb
Producer: Chantal Ferrini
Asst Producer: Mara Milicevic
Prod Co: Trollback + Company
Director: Joe Wright
Production: Marisa Fiechter @ Trollback + Company
Exec Producer: Marisa Fiechter @ Trollback + Company
DP: Tobias Schliessler @ Skouras Agency
VFX: The Mill
Editing: Richard Mettler @ Trollback + Company
Colorist: Tom Poole @ The Mill
Sound Design: Elias Arts

C. Ronaldo vs Zaltan - Nike advert

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Agency: BBDO, Athens, Greece
Creative Director: Theodossis Papanikolaou
Art director: David Kaneen
Copywriter: Theodossis Papanikolaou
Photo Illustrator: David Kaneen
Photographer: Martin Meyer

Nike+ New Year's Resolution: Maria vs. LeBron

You make thr resolutions.
Nike+ helps you keep it.

AD: Ryan O’rourke
CW: Dylan Lee
CD(s): Mike Folino/Steve Luker
Media: Alex Barwick, Nikki Barlett-Stein, Christy Ruiz; Tim Switzer
Account Team: David Beauvais/Alberto Escobedo
Edited at Joint

The Richest 20 Women In Entertainment

1. Oprah Winfrey
2. J.K. Rowling
3. Martha Stewart
4. Madonna
5. Celine Dion
6. Mariah Carey
7. Janet Jackson
8. Julia Roberts
9. Jennifer Lopez
10. Jennifer Aniston
11. The Olsen Twins
12. Britney Spears
13. Judge Judy
14. Sandra Bullock
15. Cameron Diaz
16. Gisele Bundchen
17. Ellen DeGeneres
18. Nicole Kidman
19. Christina Aguilera
20. Renee Zellweger

more here

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Fill your head - National Geographic Channel

Agency: Saatchi and Saatchi Sydney
Agency producer: Llew Griffiths
Agency creatives: David Nobay CD, Peter Buckley AD, Tim Brown CW
Director: Steve Rogers
Production Company: Revolver Film
Executive Producer: Michael Ritchie
Producer: Georgina Wilson
DOP: Nigel Bluck
Production designer: Margot Wilson
Editor: Stuart Reeves, Guillotine
Music: Elliot Wheeler, Nylon

Record Store Cats. Full version.

01. Lil Jon and The Eastside Boyz - Get Low
02. Masterboy - Dancing Forever
03. The Crusaders - Spiral
04. Village People - YMCA
05. Bazooka Girls - Velfarre 2000 (full version)
06. Dance of Little Ducklings
07. Yoji Biomehanika - Rain
08. Crazy Frog - Bubbling Remix (Dj Timmety)
09. Mozart - Symphony №40 Allegro, Reprise)
10. Sepultura - Clenched Fist
11. Gabber Piet - Hakke En Zage (Tandje Hoger Mix)
12. Eric Prydz - Slammin' (Axwell Dub Mix)

(The funny cat animations as seen on and lots of viral-mails.
Any questions/remarks can be mailed to hnldesign at

Things on your minde?

Agency: Lunar communication (BBDO UK)

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Coke side of life - Birdman

Agency: Santo — Buenos Aires
CD/Copywriter: Pablo Minces
Head Of Production: Facundo Pérez
Agency Producer: Andres Salmoyraghi
Production Company: Stink — London
Director: Stylewar
Director of Photography: Manuel Rodriguez
Executive Producer: Daniel Bergmann
VFX: Hothouse — London
Sound Design: MCR Production
Director: Julia Fetterman «Pitman»
Animation: Mike Pardee
Post House: Suizz General
Creative Director: Sebastián Wilhelm
General CD/Art Director: Maximiliano Anselmo


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