Facebook presents “The Big Ad Gig” where you can could win ONE of the FIVE 30-day paid freelance gigs at Atmosphere Proximity , Facebook , Crispin Porter + Bogusky , Ogilvy or the Martin Agency .
All you need to do is recreate a moment in advertising history.
Here is the brief:
Create a video reenactment of a moment in advertising history.
For example: the birth of David Ogilvy, the launch of Facebook or the first time men got dressed in tights and acted like fruit. Start by perusing each advertising era for inspiration. Then submit your book, resumé and 60 seconds or less video reenactment.
Here is a little more info about this year’s panel:
The 2011 Big Ad Gig panel has been filled with industry luminaries including, Steve Simpson, CCO, Ogilvy North America, Rob Reilly, WW CCO, CP+B, John Norman, CCO, The Martin Agency, Carolyn Everson, VP Global Marketing Solutions, Facebook, Priscilla Natkins, EVP, The Advertising Council and Andreas Combuechen, CEO/CCO, Atmosphere Proximity. And for the third year running, Stuart Elliot, New York Times Advertising Columnist will be the moderator. (via Martin Agency )
For more information, be sure to check out the Big Ad Gig ’s site!
Awesome opportunity so be sure to not miss out!
Young Singles - Don’t let bad links happen to you
As we all have probably experienced in any social media sites like Facebook, we sometimes get some spam links from friends or strangers on groups or pages. This spot plays on that fact that people ignore links to date young, attractive ladies in your area as it shows three attractive single ladies who have been actually looking for guys on Facebook, but are ignored.
Advertising Agency: TDA, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Creative Directors: Jonathan Schoenberg , Thomas Dooley
Art Directors: Neal Desai , Barrett Brynestad
Associate Creative Director / Copywriter: Jeremy Seibold
Interactive Designers: Wes Schauble
Agency Prods.: Christi Tucay, Dennis Di Salvo
Prod. Co.: Epoch Films, Beverly Hills
Director: Michael Downing
D.P.: Jeff Cutter
Exec Prod.: Lisa Margulis
Prod.: Francie Moore
Editorial / Post: Cosmo Street, Santa Monica
Exec. Prod.: Yvette Cobarrubias
Prod.: Patty Paz
Animation / Graphics: Nave
Music: Yessian, Detroit
Exec. Prod.: Michael Yessian
Composer: Daniel Johnson
Mixer: Mark Verstraete
Renault connects Facebook to the AutoRAI with RFID.
Sharing your offline experience directly with your online friends.
Renault made it possible. By bringing the world of Facebook into the real world of the AutoRAI 2011. For the Amsterdam Motorshow we’ve created an innovative and real-time social sharing experience. At the largest automotive event of The Netherlands, 250.000 visitors could like Renault cars through a RFID Facebook card.
We placed specially made Facebook pillars in front of the Renault cars. By holding their pass in front of these pillars, a connection was made to their profile and the car was being “shared” on their wall. This way their offline car experience had been shared with their online friends.
At the Renault stand, car fans got a free card.
With this pass, visitors were able to login to their Facebook profile. Since the pass held a RFID-microchip which stored their username and password, it automatically became their Facebook connect card. Ready to LIKE one of the Renault cars at the AutoRAI.
Advertising Agency: Blogmij, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Creatives: Robert Withagen, Niels Verhoeven