Fast food restaurant KFC South Africa partnered with Loyiso Mkize, a renowned comic illustrator to depict Colonel Sanders as a superhero named Captain Colonel.
Various events happen across the country during this month. In the most recent years, we have seen more brands getting involved and commemorating South Arica’s beautiful heritage.
Darling Films director Jono Hall and Ogilvy Johannesburg worked on a sweet and hopeful commercial for KFC constructed entirely out of children’s drawings.
A new series of print ads by Ogilvy Joburg for KFC’s coffee made from 100% Arabica beans, for when you can’t afford to yawn.
Following the existing “How about a nice cup of chill?” TVC, is this new KFC Milkybar Krusher campaign from Ogilvy Joburg.
Last Tuesday KFC unveiled a Wall of Hope in Joburg. The interactive art installation in the Melrose Arch Piazza was designed to represent the children that KFC helps through their Add Hope national feeding initiative.
Wanting to give back to the community to celebrate 40 years in SA, KFC and Ogilvy Joburg have launched a So Good campaign which aims to bring South Africans ‘So Good’ moments.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WUxrSQ90s8&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Created by Ogilvy Johannesburg. UPDATE: Credits: Executive Creative Director: Fran Luckin Creative Director: Mike Martin Art Director: Alexa Craner Copywriter: Irene Styger Agency Producer: Liske Van Tubbergh Production Company : Bouffant (www.bouffant.tv ) Director : Erik Van Wyk Producer : Shannon Gloyne / Melina McDonald Executive Producer: Melina […]
As many of you might know, Gauteng is currently riddled with potholes as local government funds have dried up. KFC recently donated R 200 000 to this cause accompanied by these. Really love this iniative! Great copy too. Any idea who’dunnit?