Cravendale Epic Straws
Cravendale, the British milk brand, is rolling out the next phase in the ThumbCat advertising campaign, building on the momentum started with the Catnapped commercial and site with “Epic Straws”. Epic Straws on the surface may appear to be a fun past time for milk-loving kids, but are in fact a cunning customizable tool for stealing milk – Extreme Pilfering Instrument for Cravendale. Bertram Thumbcat and his comrades are following a cunning plan: get Epic Straws into every household in the country and so be perfectly placed to pilfer the Cravendale when the feline uprising happens.
The straw packs come with three variations: “The Secret Slurper”, “The Cereal Snapper” and “The Bottle Burglar”. They contain a number of clear straws and coloured plastic connectors that can be adjusted to make different shaped and sized straws. The on-pack promotion supplies consumers with a unique promotional code that can be entered on to a dedicated site, epicstraws.co.uk. Photos of Epic Straw creations can be entered on the Cravendale Facebook page.
Bertrum Thumbcat has written and produced a film to promote the offer. Is there no end to his thumbed talents? Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube
Click on the image below to play the Epic Straws Demo video in YouTube
Click on the image below to play the Secret Slurper video in YouTube
Click on the image below to play the Bottle Burglar video in YouTube
Click on the image below to play the Cereal Snaffler video in YouTube
The Epic Straws campaign was developed at Wieden+Kennedy London by executive creative directors Tony Davidson and Kim Papworth, creative directors Sam Heath and Chris Groom, creative team Hollie Walker and Freddie Powell, agency producer Gemma Knight, production assistant Chloe Roseman, planner Theo Izzard Brown, account director Hanne Haugen and group account director Katherine Napier, working with Arla Foods / Cravendale director of milk and cream brands Mike Walker, senior brand manager Sam Dolan and brand manager Sophie Macaulay.
Editor was Ed Line at Final Cut.
Visual effects were produced at MPC by VFX supervisor Kamen Markov, creative director Jake Mengers, VFX team Stirling Archibald, Fabio Zaveti, Fiona Russell, Nicolas Seck, colorist Jean-Clement Soret and VFX producer Chris Allen.
Sound was produced at Wave Studios by engineers Aaron Reynolds and Joe Mount. Music was composed by Jan P Muchow at Robota Music.
Media planning was done at Carat.
The Epicstraws.co.uk site was developed at Outside Line.