Publicis Germany to promote Lupine’s bike lighting system created a unique promotion with BIKE Online Magazine.
Subscribers of BIKE could only read their magazine if they turned on the Lupine Bike Lamp. This tweak to the magazine gave 100% attention to Lupine. Readers who shared the idea in their social networks automatically distributed a link to a sneak preview of the magazine where the Lupine Lamp illuminated only a small part of the magazine. To read the whole magazine users were asked to order a trial subscription.
The 3D premiere of Star Wars Episode 1 in early 2012 was a cinematographic milestone for the Star Wars saga. To celebrate the milestone, LEGO along with ad agency Serviceplan Munich created a unique 3D LEGO sound installation that actually played the Star Wars main theme song.
The installation comprised of a huge barrel organ on which four Star Wars worlds i.e. Hoth, Tatooine, Endor and the Death Star were built onto it with over 20,000 individual LEGO pieces. When the organ turned, the pieces touched mechanical sensors that in turn struck keys of a built-in keyboard.
Solar energy is the key area of business for Vienna based Austria Solar. Their ad agency Serviceplan was given the task to develop a surprising and attention grabbing annual report that not only puts solar energy to paper, but also positions Austria Solar as a consistently innovative industry organization in the Austrian solar sector.
So a special printing process was used that allowed the content of the individual pages only to become visible when sunlight fell on it! 😎 The finished report was then wrapped in a light-proof foil and sent to the members of the Austrian solar organization along with various representatives from business and politics.
Outdoor sport brand EVOC wanted to highlight their backpacks liteshield protective technology which provided users the perfect shock absorption while giving great wearing comfort.
So their agency Publicis Munich created a billboard where people could experience the shock absorbing effects of the EVOC backpack. The billboard was also connected to Facebook so that people test-punching the backpack were photographed and uploaded to the EVOC Facebook page.
The hardest recorded punch measured an impressive 11.30 kN.
On 06/10/2011 my day started at 5:30am. Blurry eyed I pressed the home button on my iPhone and the first thing that I saw on that day was a push notification from NDTV India…”Steve Jobs, Apple’s visionary, dies at 56“. The next few seconds felt like some invisible force had knocked the air out of me. The Newton equivalent from the modern world was just gone in a blink of an eye! The world would not be the same without him!
While all the social channels were flooded with people sharing the news, all I could do was post a few tribute pictures on Facebook. I wanted to write a few lines about it on Ramble, but I sat speechless through out the day. In fact the days that followed were similar and I could not find the words to pen down anything, that is until now.
Of the dozens of memorial photos and videos that have been created to honor Steve Jobs, I found the following to be the most appropriate for the occasion…
1) A musician who calls himself AzR has created the below video with sounds from Apple products and Steve’s 2005 Stanford commencement speech. Every instrument, including drums, has been sampled from a Mac product, tuned by ear, and replayed in the context of the song…
2) The fans in Germany found a wonderful way to express their respect for Steve. They created a portrait of him out of 4001 Post-it Notes! The portrait now adorns the front-facing glass walls of an Apple Store in Munich, Germany…
3) I have also gathered some of his memorable videos on YouTube.
To sum up, I am just glad to have lived in a period of world history that witnessed Steve Jobs change the world!