Elvis is not dead. Elvis is Death.
A bloody journey to save rock n' roll.
Shortlist (2x) in film and film craft category
In Book with Elvis is Death to MTV
Instead of playing Fender, Ibanez and Gibson, why not Sebastian, Miguel and Ramirez?
Bronze (2x) in film and film craft category
In Book (2x) in film and film craft category
Merit and Bronze in film and film craft category
Silver in film and film craft category
Silver and Bronze in film and film craft category
Detrich is a beauty salon located in Moema, São Paulo, Brazil. A charming place that treats women the way they deserve: With wonderful hairstyles and craft beer.
In order to create a new brand identity, we selected the two most important ingredients and combined them. The result was a unique and full branding project with; a new logo; 5 different beer bottle labels; coaster shaped business cards; scissors with bottle openers; business card holders inspired in make-up kits; custom-made posters and press ads. All this was created within the new concept: Detrich. Beauty Salon and Exclusive Beer.
Bronze in Design category
Visual identity of the digital platform Origins Brasil®, a tracking system for products originating in the Xingu, with information supplied by the producer of the territory. Led by the Institute of Agricultural and Forest Management and Certification (IMAFLORA) and the Socio-Environmental Institute (ISA), the initiative allows more transparency to society on trade practices by indigenous people.
Among the information available to the consumer, are the history, location, name / age and ethnic group to which the person belongs to the extracted products, the characteristics of the territory where it was produced, etc.
We have created an identity system associated with the project tracking technology. A scannable logo that changes according to the product code. A logo that connects consumers directly with extractive on the Xingu. From a single logo you have access to history of different products.
OMO launches a invitation: valuing small revolutions that might change tomorrow's world.
The campaing is a positive perspective where children climb up on improvised rostrums and demands "small revolutions" singing the song Revolution from The Beatles.
Jameson Irish Whiskey
It's very normal to do silly things when you drink too much. The worst is to say that you are fine to drive.
In the show, the only way to kill zombies is by shooting their heads, but this requires a sharp aim. Having that in mind, we went to a shooting club to impact our fans in a different way. Our media was to replace the regular shooting targets with zombie targets. On them, only head shots counted points. Besides impacting the fans on the premise, we transformed the used targets with bullet holes into the show's official posters.
Shortlist in outdoor category
Bronze in outdoor category
CCSP In Book in design category
To launch the 2011 MTV campaign tagline, we used one of music’s universal symbols.
2 band t-shirts become 1 new mtv t-shirt.
Shortlist in outdoor category
Gold in design category
For stadiums at peace .
Campaign to launch the new concept for F.biz Agency: Open to changes just like ideas.
Footstats is the largest football-specialised statistics company in Latin America. So, in a country for which football is considered a true passion, how can we demonstrate the relevance of something as dry and rational as statistical data?
The campaign consists of an animated film lasting two minutes. The opening scenes show a boy who loses the last strand of hair during treatment. Through effects that recall the passage of time, the strand flies over the city until it finds its owner. It lands on the head of the same boy who faced the disease during childhood, but, now, appears as a healthy young man.
Website to launch Peugeot RCZ and to relate it to the concepts of technology and innovation.
RCZ View creates a custom stop motion animation of your route using Google's Street View imagery.
Fighting AIDS in the same way that AIDS spreads: with a virus.A different kind of virus. A computer virus for the good.