In order to bring attention to their 2018 product catalogue, IKEA enlisted a world memory champion and tested her photographic memory of different products on different pages, all culminating in a live-streamed event on Facebook for audiences to attempt to stump her.
A lovely print execution (how often do you say that) from McDonald’s Dubai introduces McCafe coffee as the unofficial choice of coffee for late night workers across a variety of jobs.
Knowing that planning all of the logistics that go into a family vacation, JetBlue created a charming stunt where they invited young kids to imagine an adventure for their family to embark on.
Volvo earned its way into the Guinness Book of World Records by bringing their brand new VNL model to the home of a little boy who loves trucks, letting him unbox the new 18-wheeler and touring it’s interior features with unrestrained excitement.
A stunning visual execution from Nike built a life-sized running track for athletes to test footwear while generating digitized feedback to the runner.
Shoe polish brand Kiwi created a campaign that hijacked famous pieces of popular art with audio, visual and print complements that added an irreverent new look at the shoes behind some of the world’s most iconic and enduring pieces.
Delta painted printed photos of cities around the world onto a wall in NYC in partnership with Tinder as a way to help young singles stage a more interesting and adventurous dating profile pictures.