Svedka Vodka has launched a campaign depicting the most horrific things that could happen to a millennial during the Halloween season. Three Svedka First World Horrors Halloween-themed videos, Likes, Space, and Text, explore the nightmares associated with cellphone usage. SVEDKA Vodka is a brand rooted in cheeky humour, so the first world horrors are not your typical nightmarish scene. Instead, they bring to life deeply disturbing moments like not getting a text back from that girl you’re crushing on. Or running out of space on your smart phone. And perhaps the most horrific scenario of all, not getting the appropriate amount of likes on your social post. The fully digital Svedka First World Horrors campaign consists of banner ads, enhanced banners, pre-roll, and various social media posts that all drive to the SVEDKA’s hub.
One of the Jeep’s main features is the Forward Collision Warning. A sensor that reveals if the car is getting closer too fast to another vehicle or if there’s a long obstacle on its path, warning the driver so that he can avoid impact. The Jeep Animals cmpaign by Leo Burnett Turin was developed on the idea that, thanks to the Forward Collision Warning, Jeep is always ready to face the unpredictability of nature. “When Nature is Unpredictable” is played out in the desert (Jeep Cherokee), mountains (Jeep Grand Cherokee) and forest (Jeep Renegade) settings.
Off The Street Club, a charitable organisation in West Garfield Park, Chicago, provides safety, education and encouragement to 3,000 children growing up in Chicago’s most violent neighborhood. This month pedestrians in downtown Chicago are being exposed to the charitable work of the organisation through a bulletproof window transplant. A bullet hole from one of the club’s bulletproof windows has been displayed alongside famous building fragments. The display encourages viewers to visit HopeIsTougher.com, where a Youtube video tells the story of Warren, a 14-year-old resident of West Garfield Park who relies on Off The Street Club.
Microsoft’s Tomb Raider Survival Billboard project has won the Clio Art Grand Prix at the Clio Key Art Awards, along with gold in innovation and games, silver in print technique, and bronze in print. The Tomb Raider Survival Billboard, run over 24 hours in November 2015, was designed to promote Microsoft/Xbox’s release of the latest in the blockbuster Tomb Raider series, Rise of the Tomb Raider. Xbox challenged eight contestants to survive 24 hours standing on a billboard in London Bridge while extreme weather conditions were simulated and selected via public vote. The winner, Adam, remained on the billboard for 20 hours 45 minutes and won a Tomb Raider-inspired holiday. The campaign’s success was thanks to an integrated effort across four of McCann Worldgroup UK’s agencies: McCann London, Momentum, MRM/Meteorite and Craft. The Clio Art Grand Prix follows on from two Gold Lions at Cannes, the AICP Next Awards 2016 Experiential top prize, the Out of Home Grand Prize at New York Festival 2016, a Yellow Pencil at D&AD Awards, 2016, Best in Discipline at One Show, 2016,
Canadians have been encouraging their neighbours with an advertising campaign, “Tell America It’s Great”, a response to Donal Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again”. Toronto advertising agency The Garden has launched a website, tellamericaitsgreat.com, Facebook page, Twitter channel @staygr8america, Instagram account, supported by a 90 second film clip. The video features Canadians, including The Lovelocks, praising the United States. Canadians are encouraged to upload their own videos and Twitter posts with encouraging messages for Americans across the border. The campaign has had over 1.5 million social interactions and the campaign video has over 1.3 million views since its release on October 12, and spawned the response hashtag #TellCanadaThankYou.