Do you find old Trumpy a little hard to stomach? You’re certainly not alone. We find ‘Sassy Trump’ a much more palatable version of the old guy. See what you think.
Chapel Street, South Yarra. Roughly 30% of properties are looking for new tenants. Retail i
Extreme time exposures of movies, capturing their essence in a still.
New ideas should be celebrated, don’t you think?
Alice in Wonderland
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
After the fiasco that was the Pepsi/Jenner attempt at a message of social inclusion and tolerance, it’s too easy to assume that big marketers shouldn’t even attempt to play in that space.
How timely that Heineken should come along and show us that it can be done, and done really well.
Suck on that, as it were!
There’s enough Trump commentary out there already – we don’t need to add to it.
This is about creativity.
Often, the best ideas are completely lateral.
(As in, “Where did that come from?”)
The trick is to recognise them when you see them, and understand the value they can produce.
Then go for it.
Stalingrad (2013) is a Russian film about the battle for what is now Volgograd in 1942/43.
The special effects are stunning, and in
we’re shown how they were put together.
If you’ve ever wondered how all of this is done, how much of it is real and how much is created, it’s all here.
(Bear with it – the really interesting stuff starts a minute or two in.)
HBT celebrates 20 years in the biz this week!
What a ride its been! We couldn’t have done it without our amazing clients and exceptional team.
20 years in 20 seconds – Enjoy!
#2decades #adgameisstrong #HBT #Advertising
Cambridge is a polling business at the leading edge of data mining and interpretation.
Recent stories described a profile building system based on – amongst other things – Facebook likes.
So incisive, we were told, that with 10 likes they’d know how you were likely to vote, 20 likes they’d know more about you than your partner, and with 30 they’d know more about you than you know about yourself.….or so the story went.
Perhaps there was a bit of salesmanship in there?
This is a very good read nonetheless, about the future of digital profile building.
Even if we’re not quite there yet.
There’s no way we want to fly in the face of the current orthodoxy.
We love the Emperor’s new clothes.
It is, however, always interesting to listen to the contrarians.
We missed this one, but it’s so right on so many levels.
It taps into a big, big truth.
It cuts through because it’s sooooo simple…
It takes a position, and is inspiring as a result.
It cost almost nothing (apart from the exhorbitant fee Nike payed their agency – which was worth it.)
And (P.S.) the execution is perfect: audio, edit….brilliant.