Publicis Bogota produced this ad campaign to celebrate 120 years of Renault – and what a fun piece of work it is!
With illustrated examples of classic Renault cars from the past and their modern counterparts, this campaign’s style is undeniable. We love the kind of ‘old school rally’ illustration style used by the art director.
For Gradex ’18 we created this Best of 2018 video, highlighting all of our achievements for the past year. What a year of highlights! With some incredible work being done by our students and some really great award wins and accolades, it was one of our best ever.
This website is for Uncanny Valley Studio; a Paris-based studio that makes digital installations, visuals and connected experiences. We especially love the crazy tube-like effect they used on the work, it is just so unique and out there! It feels so unlike almost any other website you’ve used before.
We do suggest you check it out. You can visit the site here.
To let the public know about the new The Walking Dead themed ride at Thorpe Park, an amusement park in the UK, TBWA Manchester created these print executions. With a smart use of Negan’s bat (if you’ve watched the series… then you know) and a really fun zombie joke, we’ve got to say – these are just so right!
What a great project from Belarus! This package design was done by Fabula Branding and we must say – what an incredible job. We know what these type of chocolate boxes tend to look like and while they may be comforting or nostalgic, they’re not really at the cutting edge of appealing design. However, this work really takes the assorted chocolate box to the next level.
We could do with some work like this in South Africa please!
It takes a long time for a brand to become so well-known that it no longer needs a name attached it and can survive on just a logo. This is the choice that Mastercard made, with the help of designer extraordinaire, Michael Bierut. It’s a really bold move, but we must say – one we appreciate. A brand has truly reached ‘brand nirvana’ when it can remove its name and still be instantly recognisable.
Definitely a polarising move though… What are your thoughts?
They say that eventually everything old is new again. And this ‘blast from the past’ from Adidas, proves just that. To celebrate their new Yung range of shoes, which draw very strongly from the 90s aesthetic, they launched a website to match. If you weren’t on the internet in the 90s, you might wonder what’s going on here, but yes – that is what the internet used to look like back then; compete with silly gifs, busy backgrounds and some of the ugliest looking menus you’ve ever seen.
You can bask in some more olde internet goodness on the site here.