I just returned from Cannes Lions and was very inspired by Project Re: Brief made by Google. It’s all about old school advertising going new school – and you’ll get to meet some of the most legendary ‘Mad Men’ of all time.
Louis Vuitton recently launched an interactive experience called The Art of Packing.
They’ve found a great way to display their wide range of luxury products, while showing you how to fold t-shirts, jackets etc. so it all fits neatly in the bag.
If you got time, use the link below and try it yourself.
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Each year for the last 25 years, Leo Burnett has been making a Cannes Prediction list.
The list contains some of the best advertising films from the past year, which is predicted to win at the Cannes Lions.
The above video is and example from the list and is one of my favorites.
Mathias and Morten who won the digital category at Young Creative Circle Award, is in Cannes representing Plant and Denmark in the Cyber category at the Young Cannes Lions Competition. Cannes Lions is the world’s biggest annual awards show and festival for professionals in the creative communications industry.
You can follow them at www.CannesLions.Plantcph.dk. They’ll keep the site feed with Instagrams, Foursquare check-ins and Tweets to give us an insight in their stay at Cannes Lion.
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