Laika's latest film, The Boxtrolls, opened on September 26, 2014. Here are some of the pieces we've created for the movie's campaign.
Visit the official website here: www.theboxtrolls.com
For more, follow this link: www.wk.com/campaign/the_boxtrolls
Who knew you could capture the feeling of drinking an ice cold Coke in a single word? Ahh! Just in case you don't happen to have a Coke in hand, here's the next best thing:
And so on...
You can see the full list bellow, you you can keep adding Hs.
FWA - site of the day / Mobile site of the day
Paranorman was Laika's second stop-motion feature. To promote it, we've created a fully integrated campaign. An army of extremely talented people worked on this. You can still visit the official website or watch the first teaser trailer here.
One Show Interactive 2013 - 2 Golds
One Show 2013 - Shortlist
Art Directors Club 2013 - Silver
AICP 2013 - Winner
Andys 2013 - Silver
Clios 2013 - Silver
Webbys 2013 - People's Choice + Honoree (multiple categories)
CommArts Web Pick of the Day
Adobe Cutting Edge Award
Google Sandbox Showcase
TAXI - Website of the day
FWA - site of the day / Mobile site of the day
AWWWARDS - Site of the day
Our goal with this piece was to encourage anyone with any degree of interaction with MS to connect and help each other out by sharing knowledge on how to live a better life in the face of such a serious condition.
To promote Adele's latest album, 21, we decided to shine the light on their biggest fans and give them a chance to shine on the music industry's biggest stage, The Grammy's. Well, sort of. Denise Bestman's performance was short but so incredibly captivating that the spot became an instant hit on social media and traditional outlets on the following days.
To promote the launch of the 12.5 oz Coke bottle we decided to create a little iAd games that teens could play for a chance to win $12.50 dollars in iTunes credits as well as other prizes.
We created the Battle of the Cheetos - a massive multiplayer online game - that personified each type of Cheetos as a different soldier in our worldwide web war.
Consumers could fight each other live on partner websites, become generals of those sites (and have their names featured on banners), and add a badge to their own webpages, enabling them to host battles while organically expanding our campaign.
Experiments in sculpture and typography done at PNCA in Portland, OR.
Our task was to turn some pretty dense information into something entertaining. We used the best current technology could offer in other to attract attention to an otherwise boring subject, the energy grid. In the process, we ended up creating the first in-browser augmented reality experience.
Gold Cube at Art Directors Club 2010
Bronze at Cannes 2009
Silver at Clio 2009
FITC 2009 Best in show, Best Flash Design , Best experimental flash
When the first iPad came out it was only available for AT&T customers. To help Sprint steal the spotlight on the biggest launch tech of the year we had to try something different than advertising so we created an iPad case that included Sprint's 4G mobile hotspot. During the campaign, anyone who bought an iPad at BestBuy stores, would also get a case.
Fancast is a website where you can watch full TV shows online at your own convenience. Anytime, anywhere. To celebrate that new found freedom, we took that experience to the streets in the form of interactive bus-shelters where people could watch the shows they would normally be missing while waiting for the bus.
With Fancast, there's always time for TV.
It's time for Kobe Zoom III to be launched, the third edition of his signature basketball sneaker.
Every aspect of this shoe was crafted to help Kobe perform at his maximum capacity but that's just a tiny fraction of the effort that goes into the physical and mental preparation that makes Kobe one of the best players in basketball history.
To let people see what he sees, we've created a interactive piece that allowed the audience to peak behind the curtain on what looks like a simple play.
You could either sit back and watch the play at normal speeds but by slowing it down you could see all the details of his thought process. Interacting with some of them would take you to interviews where Kobe talked about the game and his preparation.
Every year AKQA comes up with innovative ways to say Happy Holidays to clients and friends alike.
At the San Francisco office, staff is not only allowed but encouraged to bring their dogs to work and since 2006 was the year of the dog, this seemed like an appropriate and playful way to say goodbye to the old year also celebrating the laid back and creative culture of the agency.
To promote the launch of the vastly popular Xbox title , Gears of War 2 we took you inside the game's story by letting you explore the game's rich environment from the POV of robot's archive.
The website allowed you to fly through a post apocalyptic world to try and find bits and pieces of the story.
The video segments here were created by me to serve as part of the story. This project was developed in early 2008 at AKQA in San Francisco, CA.
Bronze at Clio 2009
Global fans of NBA superstar LeBron James can now savor his complete story thanks to AKQA, who created a site geared towards Asia Pacific that promotes his Zoom V shoe launch while stoking anticipation for King James' appearance in T
Global fans of NBA superstar LeBron James can now savor his complete story thanks to AKQA, who created a site geared towards Asia Pacific that promotes his Zoom V shoe launch while stoking anticipation for King James' appearance in this year's Beijing Olympics.
The experience is accessible for all via 4 chapters, which are essentially combinations of photography and video installments that depict everything from LeBron's upbringing in Akron, Ohio all the way to his quest for Olympic gold in Beijing. Additionally, a bio and a shoe gallery complement the documentary and round out the history of all things LeBron.
Honoree at Webby Awards 2008
Merit at One Show 2008