Posted by Johny Ho
on 30th Jun 2016 in ALL
Curiously this was not a Father’s Day stunt, as that is celebrated in Taiwan on August 8th, but it looks a lot like one.
In Taipei where working adults are some of the busiest in the world, a child’s imagination was given the stage to shine. Hsiao Feng was chosen via a casting call, and a video was filmed of him sharing his Lego creation, a really strong car, that would help his father who sells and...
The National Gallery in London is no stranger to creative PR campaigns and has joined forces with funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk, to deliver a giant painting of a bouquet outside of the gallery. Instead of paint, however, the picture is made from actual flowers.
The ‘painting’ is 6.2 metres tall by 4.6 metres wide and was on display on the Gallery’s west lawn from the 2nd till the 6th June –...
What do you think of when someone says San Francisco? No, not the bridge or the hills… Alcatraz of course!
Using the city’s famous landmark, Norwegian Airlines created a fun way to promote its new route to San Francisco – “Escape from being Alcatrapped”.
From the 24th to the 26th June, an ‘escape room’ was set up at Westfield shopping centre in London, where members of the...
KFC have gone and done it again, those rascals.
This time in India, where they have created the ‘Watt a box’, a traditional KFC box in terms of it is full of delicious fried chicken, however the box also has a USB ports so patrons can charge their devices whilst they gauge on chicken wings and burgers. A match made in heaven.
‘Watt a box’ joins a roster of KFC PR stunts, including the...
Posted by Rich Leigh
on 22nd Jun 2016 in ALL
Proudly displaying its Remain standpoint, ad agency Saatchi London has opened a pop-up ‘Brexit Tattoos’ shop on Berwick St, London ahead of tomorrow’s EU Referendum. It’s free to get a tattoo, but has been opened to highlight the permanence of your vote.
‘It’s your choice but it’s permanent’ is the shop’s motto. There are a handful of tattoos on offer from its...