Category Archives: PR

Lunch Garden: Lunch Buddies (CD)

Your kids don’t want to eat their vegetables? Just go to Lunchgarden.

Child Focus: Closer than you think (CD)

Did you know you're only six steps away from every missing child? 
Well, now you do.
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Child Focus: Coins of Hope (CD)

To get attention for all missing children we made 1 million 
2 euro coins with the face of a missing child instead of our king.
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Scooore!: Lukaku game over prank (CD)

To get some extra attention for sport betting brand Scooore! during 
the European Championships we pranked our star striker Romelu Lukaku.
We laughed, he not so much.
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Play Sports: Fanplan (CD)

Sports is not just about the players. It's the fans that drive them 
to greatness. So we made a platform where fans could win support in 
supporting their club.
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Child Focus keeps hope alive (CD)

To keep hope alive, we brought the posters of 6 long-term missing children to life using 3D mask technology. Giving these old, mostly ignored posters all the attention they deserve.

 

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Humo’s Prank-a-Wanker

Another miracle of Humo! Thanks to free porn the male readers shot through the roof.

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Breaking through Chinese censorship with HUMO

In honour of International Press Freedom day we gave Chinese citizens an uncensored hand.

Feel free to buy an Uncensored article at www.uncensoredarticles.be

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Opel Gabriel

This big crowd sourced campaign was our last project for Opel together with creatives Bart Gielen, Dennis Vandewalle and Dries De Bruyn at LDV United. Enjoy.

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University of Antwerp on National Geographic Channel

Instead of doing a classic recruitment campaign for University of Antwerp that shows how much fun it is to study in Antwerp, we focused on something else. We gave our researchers and their research a chance to shine.

But how do you explain complex science like sewage epidemiology or macro-scanning X-Ray fluorescence spectrometry to average people in an ad campaign? Well, you don’t.

You get hold of experts like, for example, National Geographic Channel and make a complete tv-series about all the groundbreaking research you do.
Introducing: Behind the Science on National Geographic Channel.

Part of the campaign for the new series:

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