YOU MAKE MISTAKES WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY
Hungry people make mistakes. Bad mistakes. We took advantage of this truth and used it as an opportunity to communicate our brand’s message about the perils of hunger. By creating branded stickers and placing them next to the worst examples of public failures, we demonstrated how people’s brain stop working when they’re hungry. We also installed our own examples of poorly executed jobs around high traffic locations, grabbing people’s attention and generating buzz. Content was spread on Snicker’s social channels, encouraging users to share any #HungryMistakes they encountered or committed themselves.
The campaign strategy was designed as a mixed-channel advertising, where an out-of-home campaign is used also to generate digital engagement and online sharing. As the race to generate viral content heightens, we pushed the envelope of provocation from both tactical and substantial measures, generating very positive buzz around the subject.
When men think of The Art of Shaving, they associate the brand with high-end grooming products, but don’t realize they also offer a grooming service inside the stores, called The Barber Spa®. Highly-skilled Master Barbers deliver a masculine, luxurious experience men want, and a facial style they’ll love.
To help men discover this untapped service, BBDO New York created an in-store campaign that brings to life the real experience -- where Master Barbers use their skilled hands, professional shaving instruments, and pure essential oils to leave clients well-groomed and utterly relaxed.
The challenge of making something remarkable and with no budget to launch an iconic car, needed an iconic character.
The idea was simple. We took the Brazilian version of "Naked Cowboy" – The Yellow Car Man – and gave him a Mini, replacing his famous yellow sport car.
Internet went wild.
During the 2014 FIFA World Cup, GE brought the brilliant machines that play soccer to everyone around the world. We created a side-event called RoboCup.
Anyone from anywhere in the world was able to jump in and play for their own country via remotely operated robots.
We built a small replica of the Maracanã stadium that was placed in Rio de Janeiro, where two teams of robots could match against each other.
The Art of Shaving created a campaign encouraging the men’s impulse to ask for what they really want for christmas.
The idea was simple: showing men acting like kids in the moment they are face to face with their desired gift.
No more sweaters, belts or socks. It’s ok to ask for The Art of Shaving.
This is a collection of some of my print ads.