Toyota Landcruiser’s new Off Road TV commercial is by Draftfcb and was directed by Egg Films’ Kevin Fitzgerald.
For some reason I’d never seen this 2012 Pendoring Gold-winning TV ad until recently.
Hellocomputer and Draftfcb’s second annual Hack-A-Thon took place last week with the theme: Hack For Kids. These are the results!
The 2nd annual 48-hour Hellocomputer Hack-a-thon took place last week Friday and Saturday. This is Thingking’s entry, their idea was to build something that would help kids make pancakes.
Hellocomputer and Draftfcb are hosting their second (and first of 2013) 48 hour hack-a-thon in Johannesburg this May.
Coca-Cola South Africa recently flighted this TVC for their campaign, Crazy for Good. The ad keeps some elements from the global TVC but has been localised by featuring South Africans who perform random acts of kindness.
The latest Savanna TV commercial by Draftfcb.
During this process we came across some incredible campaigns that we thought deserved another look. These projects range from online video campaigns to street installations to Twitter-activated contraptions.
Vodacom’s ‘Double Your Summer’ campaign kicked off last week with the mantra, ‘If it’s nice, then you get it twice’.
With the aim of encouraging and showcasing a pioneering spirit in creativity and innovation, Draftfcb and Hellocomputer are hosting a 48-hour hackathon.
Savanna is bringing big back with their new 1/2 litre bottle. This TVC by DraftFCB introduces the size…
Yup that rumour that has been floating around the industry has finally happened: DraftFCB has acquired the digital agency Hellocomputer. There are a whole bunch of places that you can find out more about the deal, we wanted to show you some of the work that they’ve done. […]
This activation was launched as part of the new Toyota Etios campaign, ‘Here to make you smile’.
An online game has just been released as part of the 2012 Pendoring Awards ‘Vat Oor’ campaign.
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