This week it goes to the children's charity 'Kids Company', who have set up 3D printers in a pop-up toy shop in London, in which the public text to donate and one of the printers will print a toy for one of 4,000 kids who don't get anything for Christmas. It's a lovely window display and if you can't make it there, you can watch it from a live stream on there website. The money donated will help provide Christmas lunch, presents and food vouchers to all the vulnerable kids and adults on Christmas Day.
I wanted to show how QR codes can be used in more of a creative way in this self promotion piece I've just created for Christmas called 'The QR Code Puzzle', based within Google +. You'll need to change the size of the browser window and use the zoom out feature to reveal the completed puzzle (below is what it looks like at the start). Check it out
I hope you all have a great Christmas and New Year.
Since last Thursday when Nelson Mandela passed away, AMV BBDO have created this lovely interactive site for The Economist. It starts with a video, where you see people walking into a field and creating his face on the ground. Then it lets you zoom in to any date, to discover the life that made him a man with links to articles from years ago on The Economist's site.
The word of the year is 'Selfie' and Turkish Airlines have used that to their advantage in this spot featuring Messi and Kobe Bryant, taking some of the best selfies ever (it even features a photobomb). I think it's a nice way to get in all the locations they fly to with two big stars fronting the campaign, which will help the ad get more views.