MADE Design has positioned itself as not just another design studio; operating as a boutique agency within the hub of Africa, their design sensibilities and brand work have brought brands to life in the most visually enticing ways. What sets MADE apart from other design studios is...

Ogilvy CT and their long-standing corporate social responsibility client, WWF, have launched a campaign for Earth Hour 2013 called, ‘Things To Do In The Dark’....

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/35454021[/vimeo]   This ad for WWF was made entirely out of 1 sheet of paper. By being made simply and efficiently, it leads by example and reinforces its own message of sustainable living.   Credits   Advertising Agency: Ogilvy Cape Town Creative Director: Chris Gotz Art Director: Prabashan G. Pather Copywriter: Sanjiv Mistry Illustrator: Alistair Grant Director: Ian...

This international WWF work has been causing quite a stir locally. The campaign you see above was done by Chris Auret (art director) and Alexis Christodoulou (copy writer) while they were grad students at Vega in 2009. The work features fish wearing endangered animal...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OL2HpkVnRw[/youtube] The 22nd of September 2010 was declared Rhino Day by WWF and on the day African Renaissance Productions implemented a CSI-style activation around Cape Town to raise awareness of the brutal rhino killings that have been taking place in recent years. CSI-Cape Town’s “Rhino Patrol” hits the streets South Africa is in the midst of a terrestrial war over rhino horn poaching, a war that has spiked in recent years to frightening heights. This year alone, rhino deaths from poaching have jumped to 210 recorded incidents, a considerable spike from only 13 recorded incidents in 2007. This is not simply a South African problem, but affects almost every country in Southern Africa. In certain conflict zones in Central Africa, areas considered too dangerous to access, there are subspecies of rhino thought to already be extinct, due to a general lack of infrastructure and monitoring.
We found this interesting advert for WWF and SASSI, but have no idea who'dunnit? Can anyone shed some light on this campaign? UPDATE: Who Dunnit solved. click through to find out.
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