Hazeline brings the emerging trend of 3D street art to Vietnam.
EA Sports creates the internet’s first life-size man – avatar Lionel Messi.
Kia shows its support for Rafa Nadal by launching his racquet into the stratosphere using cheers of encouragement from fans.
M&C Saatchi create a rather peculiar campaign in order to generate media publicity for insurance store 'LifePark'
Mountain Dew ties with graffiti artist Haser to bring graffiti to life in 3D.
McDonald’s brings its McWrap to life via an innovative print campaign with Metro Puerto Rico.
The New Zealand Transport Agency gives boy racers a hard-hitting glimpse of reality with a gamified personal death experience.
Liberty Internet Services takes Chuíto on an online hunt for a girlfriend, in its quest to boost internet usage amongst elders.
Coca-Cola breaks new ground with Twitter in Romania by integrating live tweets into a TV ad.
Hellmann’s installs a new kind of slot machine around Brazil to prove that mayonnaise is more than just a sandwich filler.
Nivea provides sun worshippers in Brazil with an innovative way to charge their mobile phones.
Zeus Animal Charitable Foundation invites festival goers in Moscow to share their warmth through a social project to attract attention to homeless animals.
Heineken takes potential interns out of their comfort zone, films the whole thing and creates a viral hit.
Renault links up with the world-renowned DJ David Guetta to promote its 100% electric car to music lovers.
BlackBerry partners with Omar Hussein's 'HaroBnaro' YouTube show and gives Arab fans the chance to co-create content via an app.
P&G ties itself with the London 2012 Olympics through a simple, universal message: “behind every great sports star, there is a wonderful mum”.
Statistics show that only 4% of women actually feel beautiful. Dove's intention via this campaign is to make the remaining 96% feel the same way.
WWF mobilises 500,000 ants to protest for the rainforests.
Mattel rewards smartphone users, who can spell properly, with free WiFi.
Ogilvy & Mather Amsterdam inspire everyone to express their love and affection.
Coca Cola brings back happiness to the land of smiles
The CW Network triggers conversation in press and social media about the new Fall shows.
Zest connects with consumers in an innovative way.
Fidorka reminds people why they love Fidorka and makes the brand an icon again.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note creates a larger-than-life portrait of fans which can be seen from space.
Knorr plays on a very Polish habit and becomes the recipe owner of Poland.
Ikea tackles a cold winter in Norway with touch-screen mittens for its first iPad catalogue.
ASOS uses urban stars to convert the ‘Best Night Ever’ into its best sales results ever.
KFC raises awareness for the hunger of South African underprivileged children.
Puerto Rico creates the first Twitter campaign that uses real tweets from real inmates as a crime deterrent.
The Volkswagen Beetle goes swimming with sharks... literally!
MINI proves that SPCA dogs are smart by teaching them to drive on national TV.
Rexona uses heartfelt letters of gratitude to encourage excessive sweaters to come clean.
A half-naked David Beckham gets up close and personal with Chinese fans for H&M
Tim Tam chocolate biscuit creates an orchard with the product 'growing' out of trees in the middle of a crowded Australian market!
Dove gets Chinese women to change their conversation about beauty through extensive social media.
Captain Morgan Rum finds a way around the liquor advertising ban in India through a branded TV show.
Ecco shoes creates the world's longest ever catwalk to prove to Australian women that the brand is both comfortable and stylish.
Angry Birds and Samsung team up to give mobile enthusiasts a whole new level in the game while promoting the Samsung Galaxy SII.
Here's an example of ambush marketing by Irish bookmaker and betting brand Paddy Power.
Nissan turns its fortunes around in Brazil with a simple, power-packed idea.
Marks & Spencer reaches out to children to appeal to them directly, through a tie-up with Britain's Got Talent.
Mizone creates an experiential music zone in Australia, in an effort to go beyond functionality.
Coca-Cola eyes the Australasia region to make people aware of its public service initiatives.
Slurpee counters competition from Coca-Cola in Australia, by using the 'cup' as an idea.
Citi Cards creates two viral animated characters in order to reach out to Gen Y in Japan.
Consumers in Australia who don't have too much confidence in Ikea, land up changing their point of view.
Korean food brand Mr. Pizza expands in the US by positioning itself as the 'original' pizza maker.
Across major cities in Europe, Nikon builds huge sculpted 'hands' in a pose, as though holding a Nikon camera.
To coincide with the 23rd installment of the James Bond series, Skyfall, Coke Zero has set vending machine users a Bond style mission.
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