Couple of our creatives have entered the 48 hour ad contest for Cannes Young Lions. Take a view at their effort below, if you like it, give it a star rating – and you could help send them on their way to Cannes. The more hits the video gets the more chance they have of winning, so if you think it’s a great entry, for a great cause – twitter the youtube link, blog it, stick it on facebook, email it to your mates, tattoo it to your forehead, or graffiti a nearby billboard with the link.
Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
- We made this for the Super Bowl. See whose fans are winning the social battle: bigmatchup.rappnyc.com/#/ 15 hours ago
- I wrote some thoughts on the advertising trends we'll see in this year's super bowl for @LBBOnline bit.ly/1Cl68YI 18 hours ago
- @cwiss Yep. Quality is crap - still exciting to get a glimpse of what's coming. 1 day ago
- Leaked game of thrones trailer: bit.ly/15OgAty 1 day ago
- The barriers creative and media agencies need to overcome to fully exploit the potential of digital outdoor: bit.ly/1yDEtKY 2 days ago
Web designer photos
Paul de Gregorio on Why your fundraisers are your… rob on Sony’s stealthy approach… reuben on Why your fundraisers are your… robbierae on Why your fundraisers are your… Personal ISA on Why the iPad is a hands-down…
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