I'm amazed how quickly T-shirts sell online. Not the ones with natural cotton, weeks of inspiration and design, but the silly ones that are a response to an ad campaign. Oatly created the most hated spot in the Superbowl 2021, no celebrities, no crazy budgets, just its CEO with a keyboard in the middle of … Continue reading T-shirts & ads
One of my favourite campaigns during lockdown is "Open like never before" by Coke. Coca-Cola [as I say] stands out with the right message. The product is always at the center but the brand never has a tagline telling you "Buy a bottle NOW". Fergus from #OnStrategy interviewed the team at 72andSunny to find out … Continue reading Open like never before
I've been finding on LinkedIn interesting stories about people. Not just the new job titles, nor the new account businesses or new launchings. Instead, I've been reading the behind the scenes, articles about how someone felt when losing her job (even as a partner of her own company), what crossed her mind, made her stronger … Continue reading Show me a good loser
I've been looking at some ad campaigns during this Covid-19 and Spoiler alert is one of my favourites. Students from Miami Ad School in Hamburg, created this clever and straight to the point campaign: If you are out there, you will find billboards spoiling your favourite Netflix shows (Stranger Things, Love is Blind, and Narcos among … Continue reading Spoiler Alert – again?
"Crazy times... this year has been crazy... the world is crazy... news are crazy", I've been hearing the word crazy so many times in 2020 [in the wrong way] so I want to take 'crazy' back to the good crazy. People say if you need to say you are funny it is because you aren’t. … Continue reading Crazy
I can't stop watching this fantastic video: "The other side" by Honda. It makes a difference how instead of using split screen storytelling, it shows you one side at a time by playing with your curiosity. Here the viewer is in control and YouTube is taking another level. Let me know how many times you … Continue reading Type R