Client: Salvation Army
The above (By Leo Burnett Lebanon) just won Bronze at the 2012 Cannes Lions 59th International Festival of Creativity!!!
|In public parks, where kids play freely with or without their parents, we placed a man camouflaged in the surrounding settings of the park. The actor, who was told to sit on a bench without moving, was labelled by flyers all around the park and beside him, explaining that ‘Predators are Everywhere’, even in the safest of places. Kids and moms approach the stunt with curiosity and playfulness. Once they discovered the flyer, and the content was absorbed, mother and child then entered into discussions, so that the parent may explain things in a manner that could be easily understood by the children.|
|Product||NGO/CAMPAIGN AGAINST SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE|
|Entrant||LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON|
|Type of Entry:||Best Campaign|
|Category:||Best Integrated Campaign Led by PR|
|Title:||BREAK THE SILENCE|
|Product/Service:||NGO/CAMPAIGN AGAINST SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE|
|Entrant Company:||LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON|
|Advertising Agency:||LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON|
|Bechara Mouznnar||Leo Burnett Beirut||Chief Creative Director|
|Malek Ghorayeb||Leo Burnett Beirut||Executive Creative Direcor|
|Areej Mahmoud||Leo Burnett Beirut||Creative Director|
|Charbel Sawane||Leo Burnett Beirut||Senior Art Director|
|Krystel Hoche||Leo Burnett Beirut||Senior Art Director|
|Marya Ghazzaoui||Leo Burnett Beirut||Art Director|
|Salem Habbous||Leo Burnett Beirut||Copywriter|
|Tania Saleh||Leo Burnett Beirut||Copywriter|
|Nada Abi Saleh||Leo Burnett Beirut||Deputy Managing Director|
|Michel Haddad||Leo Burnett Beirut||Communication Executive|
|Line Abou Nasr||Starcom Media Vest Group||Media Manager|
|Samer Choueiry||Leo Burnett Beirut||Head Of Digital Department|
|Mariah Ghazzaoui||Leo Burnett Beirut||Art Director|
Client: Khimji’s Watches – Oris
Published in Business Today on June 2012
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It was used as art by Liu Bolin’s famous camouflage artwork, as ads for charity, as ambient media and in the latest Sherlock Holmes movie now in a theatre near you.
|Brand name:||Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)|
|Product:||Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)|
|Agency:||Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai|
Credits & Description:
Agency: Shanghai Ogilvy & Mather Advertising / shanghai
Art Director: Kevin Lee, Haibo Huang, Phoebe Liao, Stephen Zhong
Creative Director: Kevin Lee, Fan Ng
Illustrator: Haohui Zhou, Bin liu, Spring Zhu, Chaowen Wu, Jinghua Pan
Writer: Adams Fan, Derek Huang, Raymond Yung, Andrew Lok
The Outdoor Advert titled Staircase was done by Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai advertising agency for product: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) (brand: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)) in China. It was released in the Mar 2008.
|Category:||Mobile Telephone, Public Safety, Health & Hygiene|
Credits & Description:
Company: JWT MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
The Print Ad titled BODY PAINT SCHOOLBOY was done by JWT Manila advertising agency for product: Nokia Phonethics (brand: Nokia) in Philippines. It was released in the Apr 2009.
More examples from the art arena…Born in France, but based in California Jean-Paul Bourdier places the human form into the natural elements and using a combination of light, paint and artistic vision merges and seamlessly blends them together.
Follow this link for more visual examples in art http://twistedsifter.com/2013/02/invisible-man-liu-bolin-artwork/
Published in Business Today magazine, June 2012. Pages: 76 – 77.
Skywards Future Artists aims to discover exciting new talent in contemporary art and showcase their work worldwide.
Open to any person practising art as an amateur artist, art student or self-taught artist from anywhere in the world. The three winning artists will each receive US$5,000 of prize money and if they are art students, their Art institution would be recognised with a special award of US$2,000.
Winning submissions will also be displayed on a range of communications materials, including our frequent flyer Skywards membership cards, and will be fully credited to the winning artists, giving them unprecedented global coverage and recognition.
Call for entries
Chose the theme that most inspires you, whether it’s Endless Opportunities, A Brighter Future or Global Citizens.
You may enter one or more of the briefs, but please make only one submission for each brief.
This year we’re aiming to make the Skywards Future Artists competition bigger and better as we broaden our scope to champion the work of emerging artists. One of them could be you.
NEW YORK, April 13, 2012 – Arab thought and culture quarterly magazine Kalimat has announced that the first print issue is available for purchase at the Kalimat Shop. Single Issue purchases are $12.95 and a one year subscription is $65 and includes worldwide shipping. The first twenty-five subscribers will receive a limited edition tote-bag designed by Faris Habayeb. Kalimat launched an Indie GoGo campaign in late January to crowdfund this Spring 2012 issue, which is the first printed issue of the magazine. Kalimat will be distributed globally and will be available for purchase in bookstores and on magazine stands worldwide.
Kalimat is a media production company that features bold, engaging political analysis, design, film, fashion, music, cultural affairs and new media content. Going to print is an exciting step for the quarterly which provides an Arab perspective on international current affairs, culture, design and new media.
Students can play an active role at Montreux with the Swiss Media Talent Award.
All students and young talents are invited to take part, individual or as a team, at this international competition free of charge.
CANNES LIONS 2011 GRAND PRIX WINNERS TO MENTOR TOP IDEAS FROM GLOBAL CREATIVE COMMUNITY
London, 29 February 2012 – The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, which brings together the global advertising and communications industry, is partnering with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest philanthropic foundation, in an effort to generate communications ideas that could help change the world.
Grand Challenges Explorations: Aid is Working. Tell the World is a unique call for action that aims to inspire the world’s greatest brand communicators to come up with an idea that will help solve a global problem.
Any individual, team, agency or company can submit a communications idea simply expressed on just two-pages, based on the challenge issued through the foundation’s Grand Challenges Explorations programme. The brief calls for new and innovative ways of telling the real story behind global aid.
“The global Cannes Lions community is made up of the world’s greatest communicators who are solving problems for clients all day every day,” says Philip Thomas, Cannes Lions CEO. “Imagine if our community could harness this creativity to solve a global problem with an outstanding idea expressed on just two pieces of A4 paper? Imagine if a great idea emerged, and if that idea was honed and improved by the best thinkers in the industry? And imagine if there was the money to actually make something happen, to create the idea.”
Up to ten participants will be awarded $100,000 for the development of their idea – and the chance to be mentored by the Grand Prix Winners from Cannes Lions 2011, who have come together to form the ‘Cannes Chimera‘, possibly the greatest collection of creative talent ever assembled. Successful projects will then have the chance to seek additional funding up to $1 million to bring their idea to fruition.
Tom Scott, Director, Global Brand & Innovation at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said, “Aid is effective, but the story of aid isn’t breaking through. Now more than ever it’s critical that we look at new and innovative ways to change the debate. We are excited to partner with Cannes Lions to help ensure that the world’s greatest creative minds can put their energy against a really important challenge.”
How to Take Part
Grand Challenges Explorations: Aid is Working. Tell the World is open to everyone. The idea has to be submitted on two sides of A4 paper between now and 15 May. In the summer, all the ideas will be judged anonymously, solely on their merit, stripping everything back to the purity and creativity of the idea itself. The jury will be made up of the Cannes Chimera, as well as members of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s review board and a small group of panel experts. Up to ten of the most brilliant ideas may be selected as finalists to each receive $100,000 to further develop the idea.
Studio GD appeared in Perm (Russia) in April 2008. GD emblem is a picture of a five years old friend — Artem, who just painted his senior colleagues. Now this logo represents four designers from Perm and St. Petersburg — Alexandra Bubnova, Igor Ryabov, Sergei Stryapunin and Nikita Semenov.
The studio makes pictures, three-dimensional objects and gets pleasure from it.