Category Archives: vimeo

Topshop 2014-15

Or what I have done on this past year… Won some awards: Topshop x Instagram, London Fashion Week SS15. Topshop’s positioning is “democratisation of fashion”; all very well ten years ago, but digital and has truly overtaken – or allowed – that positioning to come to life. We partnered with Instagram and every hash-tagged image […]

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Logorama Wins Oscar

Logorama from Marc Altshuler – Human Music on Vimeo. Logorama, French Agency H5‘s film that we reported on previously, won an oscar this year. Congratulations! Logorama is 17 minutes of Hollywood blockbuster action, rife with car chases, natural disasters, and hostage-taking, but created entirely out of real world logotypes and brand characters.  In it, you’ll […]

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Element – Claim It

Element – Claim it! from Morten Halvorsen on Vimeo.

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Yo Gabba Gabba!

  Just stumbled across Yo Gabba Gabba courtesy of @Bud_Cadell on Twitter. What’s struck me is that at first I thought it was a version of either Honey Shed (now closed down) or Adult Swim… The humour’s bananas, the guests are on point, the tone is just this side of hipster cool… but then on closer […]

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Insane Downhill Skating – Giveashitability by Adam Kimmel

  Adam Kimmel presents: Claremont HD from adam kimmel on Vimeo. Shot by Ari Marcopoulos, I’d seen this video a while ago, but only now realised that it was in fact a promo for Adam Kimmel’s clothing. Maybe I was too excited by the actual footage – two guys racing on an insanely fast downhill […]

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Watchmen – Interactive Marketing Round-Up

  I watched Watchmen last night. I’ll not spoil it for anyone who reads this post, but I will say there’s a significant turning point in the movie. And overall I think it was a reasonably good effort. This post is not about the film itself, so much as the marketing effort that went on […]

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