Instead of creating an ad to demonstrate the irresistibility of Pedigree DentaStix, Pedigree created a product - Pedigree SelfieSTIX. A specially designed phone accessory that attaches a DentaStix to any phone, so you can capture the perfect dog selfie every time.
SelfieSTIX was free with every purchase of Pedigree DentaStix and was supported by a campaign and app. The SelfieSTIX app uses a machine learning network to recognise the faces of different dogs, allowing owners to add fun and quirky filters to their beloved pooch.
D&AD 1 PENCIL
CANNES: 1 GOLD, 1 SILVER, 3 BRONZE, 4 FINALISTS
ONE SHOW: 2 GRAND PRIX, 3 GOLD
ONE CLUB FOR CREATIVITY - NAMED ONE OF THE BEST DOG COMMERCIALS OF ALL TIME
ECHO: BEST IN SHOW, 4 GOLD, 1 SILVER
ADFEST: GRAND PRIX MOBILE
ADSTARS: GRAND PRIX MOBILE, 4 GOLD, 6 SILVER
CLIO: 2 GOLD, 1 SILVER
CAPLES: 1 GOLD, 2 SILVER
LIAA: 1 GOLD, 1 SILVER
CREATIVE POOL: 1 GOLD, 1 SILVER
AWARD: 2 GOLD, 1 SILVER
AXIS: 1 GOLD 6 BRONZE
BEST AWARDS: 1 BRONZE
CREATIVE POOL: 1 GOLD, 1 SILVER
LITTLE BLACK BOOK AWARDS: 1 COMMENDATION
DIGIDAY AWARD: 1 NEON AWARD (GRAND PRIX)
The D&AD Awards are synonymous with creative excellence and winning one can seem like an impossible task. So, this campaign encouraged creatives to approach every brief with the ambition to 'Make it a Pencil'. Each piece of the call for entries required creative excellence to assemble. From origami to puzzle building to needlework, each pencil building process gave creatives a taste of what it takes to win.
The campaign culminated in two live installation pieces. In New York, artist Robyn Love turned a water tower on broadway into a pencil by knitting a giant pencil cover. And in London's Trafalgar Square, artist Miwa Takabayashi created an oversized origami pencil.
ADCC 1 SILVER, 1 BRONZE, 1 MERIT
BEST IN SHOW HOW INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS
Using only Yellow Pages a treehouse restaurant was created in Auckland.
D&AD YELLOW PENCIL
2 SILVER, 2 BRONZE AT CANNES
SILVER AT THE ONE SHOW
FINALIST AT CLIO
GOLD AND SILVER AXIS AWARD (NZ)
GOLD YOUNG GUNS
No one can deny that the emotional effects of a single breast cancer diagnosis spread through an entire family, and often the woman’s wider network. Breast cancer is contagious. Whether people agreed with this statement or not, we managed to reach the women who don’t want to think or talk about breast cancer by starting a conversation.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, NZBCF are asking Kiwis to voice a simple plea to the women they love – get a mammogram. Currently, 30% of eligible women are not getting their free mammograms – screenings that have the potential to not only save the woman diagnosed, but all of those around her.
So, to encourage women to get a mammogram, Colenso BBDO and BCFNZ are sharing real stories from breast cancer sufferers and their wider network – the family and friends.
Bought to life through an immersive digital experience, created by RESN, the campaign steps the audience through five Kiwi family’s traumatic experiences following the diagnosis of breast cancer. These honest, moving stories leave the audience one click away from either calling to book a mammogram or sharing with a woman they love.
FWA SITE OF THE DAY - OCTOBER 21
AWWWARDS SITE OF THE DAY - OCTOBER 25
CSS DESIGN AWARDS SITE OF THE DAY - NOVEMBER 6
The Bridge of light: Building an international landmark.
New Zealand’s energy goal is to be 100% renewable energy by 2035. So, we created an international monument to reflect that. During the day solar batteries charge and when the sun goes down every night a landmark reminds people how bright a sustainable future can be.
MUMBRELLA AWARDS 2018 - HIGHLY COMMENDED
BEST AWARDS 2018 - 2 GOLD, 1 SILVER
In 2017, New Zealand’s Commission for Financial Capability found that 49% of New Zealanders didn’t feel confident managing their own finances. And as a country NZ was ranked at number 11 on the financial literacy scale, well behind Australia, the UK and Canada.
BNZ’s purpose is to help New Zealanders to be good with money so we set out to raise the country’s financial literacy levels with a range of custom tools designed to teach financial know-how to the groups of kiwis that needed it most. BNZ’s My Moni app was developed to help teens make better financial decisions by giving them the chance to help guide their Moni avatar through some major financial life decisions.
BRONZE AT CANNES
FINALIST AT THE ONE SHOW
BRONZE AT YOUNG GUNS
BRONZE AT AWARD (AUSTRALASIA)
SILVER AT AXIS (NZ)
The annoying lump that follows you everywhere in retargeting banners until you book a mammogram.
Retargeting banners are pretty clever. View a pair of shoes online and they'll follow you everywhere. Sure, Some might find retargeting banners annoying. But that's what we wanted to be.
On October 2016, we began targeting women over 40 with a very small lump. Some women took notice and did. But many didn't.
So the lump persisted. Following women everywhere they went online - on news sites, shopping sites, YouTube, and even their social feeds. Every time it got bigger, and more aggressive. The only way to get rid of the lump, was to click to book a mammogram.
More women began to see sense and booked mammograms. In fact, October 2016 became NZ Breast Cancer Foundation's most successful mammogram drive ever.
ECHO 1 GOLD
CANNES 1 FINALIST
WEBBY'S PEOPLE’S CHOICE
CAPLES 1 SILVER, 1 FINALIST
AWARD 1 SILVER
AXIS 1 SILVER, 2 BRONZE, 1 FINALIST
ADSTARS 2 SILVER, 2 BRONZE
NZDM 3 GOLD
BRONZE AXIS AWARDS 2016
3 x FINALISTS AXIS AWARDS 2016
BRONZE BEST AWARDS 2016
Most young women think pearls are just for grandma. So to launch Paspaley Pearls’ new collection, we created a campaign that would appeal to this youthful, sophisticated audience.
Exposing the inner workings of life on a photoshoot, this 10-minute short film combines beauty with absurdity. This branded content film created for Paspaley Pearls stars Clara Paget from Fast and the Furious and presents some of their latest jewelled collections in a creative story that pieces together what happened behind the scenes of their photo shoot.
Award-winning director Ariel Kleiman carefully navigates between dreams and nightmares, so the viewer is never completely sure what is going on.
Auckland Art Gallery’s “Light Show” is an exhibition that consists of a collection of intangible and stunning light sculptures. They truly are a wonder of light. But how do you advertise something that’s so intangible? Instead of showing the artworks themselves we turned the camera on the viewer to capture their emotional reaction to them instead.
BRONZE BEST AWARDS 2015
2 X BEST AWARDS 2015 FINALISTS
3 AXIS 2015 FINALIST
SILVER CANNES LION
2 BRONZE AT AWARD
SILVER AY YOUNG GUNS
In the beer world our drinkers have been made to choose a side. Refreshment or the flavour of hops. Quench your thirst or satisfy your taste buds.
To demonstrate the capabilities of roaming on Telecom's XT network we filmed a musical road trip across the U.S. As we travelled from NY to LA in our RV we filmed everything on the Motorolla Defy and shared our journey through frequent blog and Facebook updates - all using the XT Network.
Blues, country, rock and roll, jazz, bluegrass, soul and gospel. Made in The United States of America yet they’ve influenced the world over. This melting pot of race, politics and economics is as culturally diverse as it’s landscape yet it still hums along to an anthem that cuts through the lines of race, creed and colour.
New Zealanders Justin Devereux and Maria Ward set out on a 21-day road trip across the USA from East to West to dig deep into this rich musical landscape. From the Gospel churches of Harlem to the country music halls of Nashville to the birthplace of rock and roll and Elvis, Memphis, they cover it all.
Thanks to the help of Telecom New Zealanders are connected to this journey. The entire road trip is filmed using the Motorola Defy phone and shared through frequent blog and Facebook updates.
So it is true. From here we can do anything…even film a documentary on a phone and share it with our fellow kiwis.
The Warriors wanted to raise awareness going into the new NRL season, and to create a sense of national pride and ownership.
The concept “We are all warriors” unites the nation with the team, one tribe taking on the 15 Australian teams that make up the NRL. The 45” television commercial stars no actors – just supporters, the players themselves, and cameos from Ladi6 and Sid Diamond.
The campaign includes press, outdoor and digital – all bringing to life the core thought of ‘a nation of warriors’.
This was followed by a retail campaign designed to get Kiwis off the couch and to a live game by inviting them to ‘leave their home and come to ours.’ And introduces a ‘flexi-pass’ – any 3 home games for $60. The campaign rolls out across TV, press & digital.
To promote Air New Zealand’s sponsorship of Fashion Week a catwalk at 30,000ft was held in the skies between Sydney and Auckland.
The catwalk show gave celebrities, fashion buyers, the public and media a sneak preview of what they could expect from the big names at the upcoming Fashion Week.
ONE SHOW FINALIST
Instead of sending people out to collect money for breast cancer research, we made cups. The cups were the same as bra sizes AA, B, C and all the way up to D. They were sold nationwide and $5 from every set sold was donated to NZ Breast Cancer Research Trust.
BRONZE AT AWARD
FINALIST AT AXIS
Manholes and bolllards were painted with spray chalk as part of a campaign demonstrating the fun to be had while driving a MINI.
FINALIST AT CANNES
FINALIST AT THE ONE SHOW
SILVER AT YOUNG GUNS
YOUNG GUNS FINALIST