Creatives from around the world.

Come Quick : Life by BBR Saatchi & Saatchi

Many of you have probably been there. Trying to make a baby that is.
Well if so, you’re probably familiar with the “drop-everything-you-are-doing-and-come-quick” text message scenario.
which if you are using Life’s new Ovulation Prediction Kit by life, would probably look a lot like this.

Chief Creative Officer: Jonathan Lang
Creative Director: Idan Levy
Art Director: Itamar Paradny
Copywriters: Kobi Cohen, Eddie Gartsman
Photographer & Photoshop: Yaniv Shachar
VP Client Services: Ben Muskal
Account Supervisor: Noa Sharf
Account Executive: Gili Peer
Creative Coordinator: Eva Hasson
Traffic Director: Ronit Doanis


Gadget Love by Animal, Delhi

Gadget Love is a conversation around people’s love for gadgets. Using terminology specific to the world of electronics and the digital world, we came up with creatives that visualise these remarks by putting meaning behind them.


Advertising Agency: Animal, New Delhi, India
Creative Directors: Kunel Gaur, Sharon Borgoyary
Art Directors: Sharon Borgoyary, Rajiv Ranjan
Copywriters: Abhinav Raj, Antra Bannerji
Illustrator: Pawas Aakrsh


UPS by Miami Ad School

Advertised brand: UPS
Advert title(s): Worldwide Troops
Headline and copy text (in English): Worldwide Troops
Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School
Art Director: Joao Magalhaes
Art Director: Arthur Amiune
Copywriter: Evelyne Wyss

UPS is known to be one of the most reliable shipping companies who deliver worldwide in over 220 countries.
We wanted to exaggerate that point by placing flag badges on their uniform resembling the ones soldiers earn when they return from a foreign country. This way we want to communicate that UPS is so international, that abroad doesn’t seem so broad anymore.

Glamour World Ayurvedic by SoS Ideas, Kolkata

Kolkata based agency SoS created an episodic idea for its client Glamour World Ayurvedic where every day one single episode was uploaded and after a week, all the episodes brought out a compelling story highlighting the product benefit.

Executive Creative Directors: Souvik Misra, Soubhik Payra
Creative Director: Sourya Deb
Copywriter: Sourya Deb, Koushik Jana
Art Director: Koushik Jana
Illustrator: Harsho Mohan Chattoraj

The project FaceBook page is here.


Febreze by Miami Ad School

Advertised brand: Febreze
Advert title(s): Free The Noses
Headline and copy text (in English): Know a nose that needs help? Get Support with Febreze
Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School – Miami
Agency website:
Creative Director: Mina Mikhael
Art Director: Joao Magalhaes
Copywriter: Upaasna Rajaram

Most people forget an important part of their body during moments of disgust: our noses. They are the first victims. Febreze has an effective solution for times of poor toilet cleanliness choices, terrible hygiene decisions and situations where you’re forced to smell stenches. They want noses all over to breath easy.

Hotwheels from Miami Ad School

Hot Wheels was once a household name as children raced the small die-cast cars in living rooms. However with the digital revolution, Hot Wheels were parked aside as they lagged behind. To enter the digital realm while staying true to its brand equity, Hot-Wheels introduces: ScanRace for Xbox— where the living room actually becomes the racetrack and the digital realm drives [pun intended] physical-product sales.


Advertised brand: Hotwheels
Advert title(s): Scanrace
Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School
Art Director: Joao Magalhaes
Art Director: Zuheir Kotob

The Vertical Blind Spot for Ford b: BBR Saatchi & Saatchi

To promote the Ford Edge’s innovative BLind Spot Information System, Baumann Ber Rivnay / Saatchi & Saatchi Israel is leveraging the growing popularity of the vertical video format on Facebook to launch a mobile commercial that creatively uses the two standard black bars that appear in regular horizontal ads. When playing the video, the black bars which initially cover portions of road drivers would not see unless they had BLISS, fall away to reveal how the car’s advanced system would capture them.

Not surprisingly, the Facebook post generated record high results for the brand with over 600.000 views in 4 day, 300 shares and a reach of over 1.1 million Israelis (in a country of just 8M).
Clear proof that in a world where consumers can no longer be bothered to turn their smartphone horizontally to watch content, vertical rocks!

Take a look at the original Facebook post (Hebrew version):


Air date: November 28th 2016
Chief Executive Officer: Yossi Lubaton
Chief Creative Officer: Jonathan Lang
VP Creative Director: Eran Nir
Social / Digital Director: Idan Kligerman
Copywriter: Shushu E. Spanier
Art Director: Aia Kujnitzy Bechor
Group Account Head: Ben Muskal
Account Supervisor: Chen Halpern
Account Executives: Gil Gershon, Hadar Goren
VP Production & Content: Dorit Gvili
Production manager: Maya Palmon
Strategic Planning Supervisor: Lora Goichman
Planner: Roie Gortler
Creative Coordinator: Eva Hasson
Traffic Director: Ronit Doanis
Studio manager: Yaron Keinan
Production Company: Tifferet Films
Head of Production: Doron Lahav
Director: Shushu E. Spanier
DOP: Guy Mador
DOP Assitant: Ori Aloni
Editor:Matan Cohen-Grumi
Ford driver: Paz Alush
Motorbike driver: Hai Tal
Production’s Assistants: Shoham Baruch, Tal Bar

Tanvi Tandon : In a Chat With An Advertising Creative

Tanvi Tandon is an award winning Copywriter, hailing from Mumbai in India and currently residing and working in New York City. She aims to bring a dash of bravery back into the Indian advertising scene after her stint in the US. She is currently in the midst of publishing her children’s book ‘What If?’ and can commonly be found grooving with her headphones on and eyes closed on a subway platform.

Why are you into Advertising?
Because of the insane opportunity to shape public opinion (for the better!). Career wise, it’s also like the chilled-out middle ground between corporate boredom and self-employed struggle.
Personally, I like being creative. I also like to write. Why wouldn’t I want a job that rolls both into one convenient little package and pays me for it?

Did you attend school for fine art or design or Communications?
Yes, I recently graduated from the Miami Ad School, Miami where I did the copywriting portfolio course. Prior to that, I received my Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media at KC College, Mumbai University.


Tell us about your many Awards? How has that impacted your career? Do clients listen to you more?
I believe anyone who hates on awards only does so because they haven’t won any (or wish they had). The wins were a result of 2 years of hard work. They helped immensely with my visa application process (to the USA) and with getting a good start in the industry. Feels good to see raised eyebrows when you mention a couple of Clios.
I wouldn’t say I have had too many opportunities to communicate my wins to clients and notice the effect. However, prospective employers are instantly impressed, and my seniors at agencies take my ideas a little more seriously, even when I was still an intern/junior.

Were there any particular role models for you when you grew up?
As a writer, my biggest style influence will always be Roald Dahl. His work for both children and adults is so interesting, different, and inspiring.
As a person, my biggest role model is my father. For his work ethic, intelligence, and general awesomeness.

Who was the most influential personality on your career in Advertising?
I have had many invaluable mentors. From each of them I have retained words that have shaped my career, and instead of naming one I will list the best things I have learnt from them all:
“If you’re on time, you’re already late” – Ron Seichrist, (Founder of MAS)
“The best writing is based on experiences. If you don’t experience enough things, how will you write about them? Try everything!” – Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar (CCO, Cheil India)
“A headline/tagline is only good enough when you’re willing to tattoo it onto your skin.” – Erik Vervroegen (ECD, TBWA/Chiat/Day NYC)
“You have two ears and one mouth – that means you must listen twice the amount you speak.” – David Uribe (VP/CD, Asylum Marketing)
“Good things come to those who hustle.” – Pierre Lipton (CCO, 360i NY)

Where do you get your inspiration?
Observation. People tell me I walk slowly, which is especially a problem in New York City, but I do so because I am drinking in my surroundings. Watch human interactions. Overhear conversations of passers-by. Notice the beauty and detail in everything. There is inspiration to be found literally everywhere.

Tell us something about the RXM Creative work environment. 
RXM is a boutique digital agency, and we are a total of 7 people. The founders, Raul and Mihai, are always pushing for work that breaks the mould. They want to create interesting and brave content, and have so far been pretty successful. It’s nice to work in a place where there aren’t 100 levels of hierarchy that an idea must survive through; and where petty office politics don’t affect the quality of the work.

What do you think of the state of Print advertising right now? At least here in India, the released work is most often too sad?
I’m not sure what you mean by sad – I have not noticed emotionally depressing work in particular from India this year, nor did it seem too pathetic. Personally, I feel like print overall as a traditional medium is failing, but the ideas and concepts that go into making good, creative print ads still apply as social media content. In fact, more people will see it online than in actual print itself, so as long as the Indian industry recognizes this shift, keep the good work coming! The USA has already been catering to this shift for some time now.

Do you think brands whose advertising wins awards, do well in the market?
Not necessarily. A campaign that wins awards may not immediately lead to sales growth, but it’s still so important because it cultivates the brand’s image. Award winning work like REI’s #OptOutside required them to forego Black Friday sales numbers nationwide, but made a huge difference to public perception of the brand.

What advice do you have for aspiring creative professionals? 
Never settle on the first idea (or the 10th). Don’t wait for good things to come to you; if you want it, make it happen yourself. Be kindest to the least powerful person in the room.

Whom would you like to take out for dinner?
Justin Roiland, I need to know how his brain works and how he could come up with something as amazing as Rick and Morty.

What’s on your iPod?
This question is worth its own separate interview. I am ‘Vibrosphere’ on SoundCloud, listen to mostly electronic music of various genres (chill, psytrance, RnB, experimental, etc)
Link to a playlist of my favourite chill music from the past two years.

Mac or PC?
Mac, duh. PC for gaming though.

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