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Oreo and DraftFCB, USA commemorates the successful voyage of the Mars Rover, “Curiosity”.
Oreo’s current North American campaign is to celebrate its centennial year by commemorating historical events/milestones that happened over the years, since it went into business. It’s a “We were there to see it with you”, kind of message.
I’m more impressed that they jumped in on this event pretty quickly. Well done to everyone involved.
Would be cool if Christian Bale paid a visit to the children injured in the Colorado shooting. I mean it not as any sort of PR stunt, but for the fact that these kids went to see Batman, not receive a traumatic experience associated with the hero. There’s a chance to restore some peace of mind.
Of course I don’t know the whole politics behind these things, but if I were anyone connected to that production, I’d have nothing to lose in doing so.
It’s that time of year again, for Droga5’s Unicef Tap Water Project. This year, the New York based agency rolls out their awareness campaign with a set of print ads that borrow the style of vintage propaganda posters, but spin it with a a different kind of revolutionary message. Out of the set of print ads, this is my favourite. I love the power the overall poster gives, the layout and design. There’s many levels of great design here.
To learn more about the initiative, take a browse through tapproject.org. It’s a cause that doesn’t require a lot of efforts from us.
More print ads from this campaign can be found here.