Sony Cyber-shot |Photos Better Panoramic

Sony’s Cyber-Shot digital camera, with its capacity for panoramic sweep, is presented in a print and television advertising campaign featuring Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe. The famous photograph of Einstein’s tongue, taken by UPI photographer Arthur Sasse in 1951, is given a new take with the addition of envelopes and postmen. A photograph of Marilyn Monroe, taken at the home of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh in 1956, is placed in the context of a car accident. Click on the images below to see the full ads. The ads, originally shown in Spanish, are embedded here with English language voiceovers.
Sony Cyber-Shot Einstein Panoramic

Sony Cyber-Shot Marilyn Munroe Panoramic

See the Spanish version.

See the Spanish version.


The Panoramic campaign was developed at Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, Buenos Aires, by executive creative directors Maxi Itzkoff, Mariano Serkin, creative directors Diego Medvedocky and Ignacio Ferioli, art directors Ignacio Ferioli and Mariano Espagnol, copywriter Diego Medvedocky, agency producers Adrian Aspani, Ezequiel Ortiz, account team Joseph Baide, Ana Bogni, Reinier Suárez, and Josefina Tuzinkevicz, working with Sony marketing team Kim Allard and Takashi Ashida.Filming was shot by director/photographer Marcelo Burgos via Garlic with executive producers Alvaro Gorospe and Irene Nuñez Palma. Post production was done at Serena. Sound was designed at Sonomedia. Music was produced at Swing Musica.

Peugeot 3008 Crossover Could Fly

The Peugeot 3008 Crossover is being promoted in the UK as the car with so much technology you would expect it to fly. The campaign is centred around Peugeot cars appearing to have landed on tall buildings, special build poster sites, and on top of buses, backed up with broadcast, press, posters, radio sponsorship, test drives and an online panoramic view of London. 3008s have landed on significant high footfall buildings in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Bristol. Peugeot 3008 vehicles are on display in Westfield, Bull Ring, Trafford, Silverburn and Cabbot’s Circus shopping malls, with a bus (Peugeot 3008 attached) driving around each venue promoting test drives and competition entries.
Peugeot 3008 Bus at Harrods
Peugeot 3008 Bus with Driver
Peugeot 3008 on Special Build Billboard
The campaign includes a digital experience, online at www.spot3008.com, using an 80 giga pixels 360 degree panoramic image of London to hide twenty Peugeot 3008 cars for people to find. At stake is the prize of a totally unique flight into space. Clues and teasers are being run through the Peugeot 3008 Facebook pagePeugeot 3008 Twitter channel and a specially designed Peugeot 3008 Tumblr site.
Peugeot London Panorama site
Peugeot 3008 on Tate Building


The Spot the 3008 campaign was developed at Wand Agency, London.
Panoramic photography was by Jeffrey Martin at 360 Cities.

هاي قلة حيا و سرقه علي عينك يا تاجر من بنك الاسكان.... الله يقرفقوا فضحتونا... السرقه تكون بالعقل مش هيك

هاي قلة حيا و سرقه علي عينك يا تاجر من بنك الاسكان.... الله يقرفقوا فضحتونا... السرقه تكون بالعقل مش هيك...
  اعلان بنك الاسكان المنسوخ


Agency: Promoseven Kroma
Client: Future Vision Productions
Director: Bilal Alsurri
Post-Production: Nine Productions

Music: Qasim Sabonji

اعلان فودافون الاصلي


Heineken |This Is the Game

Heineken is celebrating its sponsorship of the Rugby World Cup, being held in New Zealand, September 9 to October 23, 2011, with “This is the Game”, a television commercial focusing on the code handed down from warriors of old. “Yes we wear dresses and yes we dance but this will never be drama class. We will respect a man’s anthem even he murders it. Never question the bounce. Who knows where this odd ball will go. Listen to the whistle man no matter how much he blows. Sleep when we are dead…” The 60 second “This is the Game” ad is supported by 10 second commercials ideal for play during the games, and an iPhone app “Kick Live Goals”.
Heineken This Is The Game

Heineken Kick Live Goals app

This is the Game was developed at Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam by executive creative directors Eric Quennoy and Mark Bernath, copywriter David Smith, art director Craig WIlliams, and agency producer Cat Reynolds.
Filming was shot by director Steve Rogers via Revolver, Sydney, and Cherokee Films, Auckland, with director of photography Geoffrey Simpson, producers Katie Smith and Ian Iveson, executive producer Michael Ritchie.
Post production was done at Glassworks, Amsterdam. Editor was Bernard Garry at The Editors.
Music is “A Soldier’s Chorus”, from Gounod’s Faust, produced at Extreme Music, Berlin.
Heineken Rugby World Cup supporters

7 Skills for a Post-Pandemic Marketer

The impact of Covid-19 has had a significant impact across the board with the marketing and advertising industry in 2020, but there is hope...