Argentine household products company BGH turned to its agency for new microwave ad. It got a new microwave feature instead.
A semi-anonymous writer and editor reviewing others' reviews of indie music parlays blog buzz into actual people in a real-life record store clamoring for copies of his throwback printed product, a zine.
How confident are you in your company's product? The pizza giant takes a page from Sun Tzu--and makes enormous ads out of its customer reviews.
Using three N8s and a lot of sand, Sumo Science and Aardman land a Guinness Record for largest stop motion set, and a great looking spot.
After years of watching the Hollywood machine slowly engulf the San Diego Comic-Con, Pixar story artists Scott Morse and Ted Mathot have taken matters into their own hands.
The creative collective made a video for the Japanese band Androp using 250 Canon still cameras. Their flashes were controlled via a potent DIY cocktail of arduino, openFrameworks, and Flash.
Look! Another RGM. What is it about Goldberg’s contraptions that’s made them such an enduring commercial form and reliable source of web traffic?