Archivo creativo de publicidad de Coloribus https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/rss/ Archivo creativo de publicidad de Coloribus https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-bat-23740315/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-bat-23740315/ Publicidad impresa: Bat <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-bat-23740315/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757165/file/huawei-p20-pro-bat-600-27412.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Electronics, Technology Media: Print Brand: Huawei Agency: Grey Geo: Kazakhstan Advertising Agency: GForce/Grey, Almaty, Kazakhstan Creative Director: Yevgeniy Kostylev Creative Group Head: Denis Babkov Art Director: Sanzhar Kozzhanov Copywriter: Yevgeniy Gruzinov Managing Director: Yuliya Tushina Account Director: Anna Kostyleva Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Objective: Create a visual that demonstrates one of the benefits of Huawei P20 Pro smartphone - high quality night-mode photography without the flashlight. Idea: Only nightlife lovers can truly appreciate night-mode photography without the flashlight. Night Mode Photos Without Flash HUAWEI P20 PRO</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 19:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-owl-23740365/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-owl-23740365/ Publicidad impresa: Owl <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints/huawei-p20-pro-owl-23740365/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757215/file/huawei-p20-pro-owl-600-85028.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Electronics, Technology Media: Print Brand: Huawei Agency: Grey Geo: Kazakhstan Advertising Agency: GForce/Grey, Almaty, Kazakhstan Creative Director: Yevgeniy Kostylev Creative Group Head: Denis Babkov Art Director: Sanzhar Kozzhanov Copywriter: Yevgeniy Gruzinov Managing Director: Yuliya Tushina Account Director: Anna Kostyleva Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Objective: Create a visual that demonstrates one of the benefits of Huawei P20 Pro smartphone - high quality night-mode photography without the flashlight. Idea: Only nightlife lovers can truly appreciate night-mode photography without the flashlight. Night Mode Photos Without Flash HUAWEI P20 PRO</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 19:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials-directmarketing/green-people-s-power-feel-the-gap-soda-23741115/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials-directmarketing/green-people-s-power-feel-the-gap-soda-23741115/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Feel The Gap Soda <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials-directmarketing/green-people-s-power-feel-the-gap-soda-23741115/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757965/green-peoples-power-feel-the-gap-soda-600-85622.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Industrial, Agriculture Media: Experiential Brand: Green People’s Power Agency: McCann Geo: Japan Advertising Agency: McCann, Tokyo, Japan Creative Director / Copywriter: Tomoaki Hirano Art Director / Illustrator: Riko Koide Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Feel the atmospheric concentration of CO2 through Carbonated water then and now.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 18:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-dam-studwall-23741215/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-dam-studwall-23741215/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Dam Studwall <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-dam-studwall-23741215/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24758065/timberland-dam-studwall-600-35295.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: Timberland Agency: The Martin Agency Geo: United States Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, USA EVP, Chief Creative Officer: Karen Costello EVP, Executive Creative Director: Jerry Hoak SVP, Creative Director: Trent Patterson Creative Directors: Alexander Zamiar, Jonathan Richman VP, Executive Content Producer: Pamela Mahan Content Producer: Coleman Sweeney Associate Director of Financial Affairs: Kelly Clow Senior Business Affairs Manager: Alice Isner Account Director: Michael Henry Creative Services Manager: Karen Gates Project Manager: Lindsay Marshall Production Company: Humble Director: Raymond Bark President / Founder: Eric Berkowitz Managing Director: Rich Pring Executive Producer: Cathleen O’Conor Stern Head of Production: Mari Geraci Producer: Laura Heflin Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post Editor: Chris Murphy Assistant Editor: Devin Stevens Executive Producer: Caitlin Grady Producer: Jessica Mann Finishing / VFX: Carbon Lead Flame / Partner: Kieran Walsh Flame: Matt Reilly, Chris Wiseman Color: Aubrey Woodiwiss After FX: Max Benjamin Producer / EP / Partner: Frank Devlin Sound Design: Massive Music Music: Tiny Lion Audio Post Company: Rainmaker Studios Sound Designer &amp; Mix Engineer: Bob Arno Executive Producer, Owner: Kristin O’Connor General Manager / Scheduler: Clinton Spell II Published: September 2018 Synopsis: While the world fills with idle chatter, he works to harness mighty rivers. There are talkers, and there are doers. Timberland PRO. Always do. Never done.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:47:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-bridge-23741265/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-bridge-23741265/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Bridge <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-bridge-23741265/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24758115/timberland-bridge-600-78394.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: Timberland Agency: The Martin Agency Geo: United States Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, USA EVP, Chief Creative Officer: Karen Costello EVP, Executive Creative Director: Jerry Hoak SVP, Creative Director: Trent Patterson Creative Directors: Alexander Zamiar, Jonathan Richman VP, Executive Content Producer: Pamela Mahan Content Producer: Coleman Sweeney Associate Director of Financial Affairs: Kelly Clow Senior Business Affairs Manager: Alice Isner Account Director: Michael Henry Creative Services Manager: Karen Gates Project Manager: Lindsay Marshall Production Company: Humble Director: Raymond Bark President / Founder: Eric Berkowitz Managing Director: Rich Pring Executive Producer: Cathleen O’Conor Stern Head of Production: Mari Geraci Producer: Laura Heflin Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post Editor: Chris Murphy Assistant Editor: Devin Stevens Executive Producer: Caitlin Grady Producer: Jessica Mann Finishing / VFX: Carbon Lead Flame / Partner: Kieran Walsh Flame: Matt Reilly, Chris Wiseman Color: Aubrey Woodiwiss After FX: Max Benjamin Producer / EP / Partner: Frank Devlin Sound Design: Massive Music Music: Tiny Lion Audio Post Company: Rainmaker Studios Sound Designer &amp; Mix Engineer: Bob Arno Executive Producer, Owner: Kristin O’Connor General Manager / Scheduler: Clinton Spell II Published: September 2018 Synopsis: While the world fills with idle chatter, he works to harness mighty rivers. There are talkers, and there are doers. Timberland PRO. Always do. Never done.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:47:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-solar-23741315/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-solar-23741315/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Solar <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-solar-23741315/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24758165/timberland-solar-600-34910.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: Timberland Agency: The Martin Agency Geo: United States Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, USA EVP, Chief Creative Officer: Karen Costello EVP, Executive Creative Director: Jerry Hoak SVP, Creative Director: Trent Patterson Creative Directors: Alexander Zamiar, Jonathan Richman VP, Executive Content Producer: Pamela Mahan Content Producer: Coleman Sweeney Associate Director of Financial Affairs: Kelly Clow Senior Business Affairs Manager: Alice Isner Account Director: Michael Henry Creative Services Manager: Karen Gates Project Manager: Lindsay Marshall Production Company: Humble Director: Raymond Bark President / Founder: Eric Berkowitz Managing Director: Rich Pring Executive Producer: Cathleen O’Conor Stern Head of Production: Mari Geraci Producer: Laura Heflin Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post Editor: Chris Murphy Assistant Editor: Devin Stevens Executive Producer: Caitlin Grady Producer: Jessica Mann Finishing / VFX: Carbon Lead Flame / Partner: Kieran Walsh Flame: Matt Reilly, Chris Wiseman Color: Aubrey Woodiwiss After FX: Max Benjamin Producer / EP / Partner: Frank Devlin Sound Design: Massive Music Music: Tiny Lion Audio Post Company: Rainmaker Studios Sound Designer &amp; Mix Engineer: Bob Arno Executive Producer, Owner: Kristin O’Connor General Manager / Scheduler: Clinton Spell II Published: September 2018 Synopsis: While the world fills with idle chatter, he works to harness mighty rivers. There are talkers, and there are doers. Timberland PRO. Always do. Never done.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:47:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-high-rise-23741365/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-high-rise-23741365/ Publicidad en TV y cine: High Rise <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-high-rise-23741365/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24758215/timberland-high-rise-600-52694.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: Timberland Agency: The Martin Agency Geo: United States Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, USA EVP, Chief Creative Officer: Karen Costello EVP, Executive Creative Director: Jerry Hoak SVP, Creative Director: Trent Patterson Creative Directors: Alexander Zamiar, Jonathan Richman VP, Executive Content Producer: Pamela Mahan Content Producer: Coleman Sweeney Associate Director of Financial Affairs: Kelly Clow Senior Business Affairs Manager: Alice Isner Account Director: Michael Henry Creative Services Manager: Karen Gates Project Manager: Lindsay Marshall Production Company: Humble Director: Raymond Bark President / Founder: Eric Berkowitz Managing Director: Rich Pring Executive Producer: Cathleen O’Conor Stern Head of Production: Mari Geraci Producer: Laura Heflin Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post Editor: Chris Murphy Assistant Editor: Devin Stevens Executive Producer: Caitlin Grady Producer: Jessica Mann Finishing / VFX: Carbon Lead Flame / Partner: Kieran Walsh Flame: Matt Reilly, Chris Wiseman Color: Aubrey Woodiwiss After FX: Max Benjamin Producer / EP / Partner: Frank Devlin Sound Design: Massive Music Music: Tiny Lion Audio Post Company: Rainmaker Studios Sound Designer &amp; Mix Engineer: Bob Arno Executive Producer, Owner: Kristin O’Connor General Manager / Scheduler: Clinton Spell II Published: September 2018 Synopsis: While the world fills with idle chatter, he works to harness mighty rivers. There are talkers, and there are doers. Timberland PRO. Always do. Never done.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:47:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-sun-23741415/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-sun-23741415/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Sun <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/timberland-sun-23741415/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24758265/timberland-sun-600-65883.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: Timberland Agency: The Martin Agency Geo: United States Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, USA EVP, Chief Creative Officer: Karen Costello EVP, Executive Creative Director: Jerry Hoak SVP, Creative Director: Trent Patterson Creative Directors: Alexander Zamiar, Jonathan Richman VP, Executive Content Producer: Pamela Mahan Content Producer: Coleman Sweeney Associate Director of Financial Affairs: Kelly Clow Senior Business Affairs Manager: Alice Isner Account Director: Michael Henry Creative Services Manager: Karen Gates Project Manager: Lindsay Marshall Production Company: Humble Director: Raymond Bark President / Founder: Eric Berkowitz Managing Director: Rich Pring Executive Producer: Cathleen O’Conor Stern Head of Production: Mari Geraci Producer: Laura Heflin Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post Editor: Chris Murphy Assistant Editor: Devin Stevens Executive Producer: Caitlin Grady Producer: Jessica Mann Finishing / VFX: Carbon Lead Flame / Partner: Kieran Walsh Flame: Matt Reilly, Chris Wiseman Color: Aubrey Woodiwiss After FX: Max Benjamin Producer / EP / Partner: Frank Devlin Sound Design: Massive Music Music: Tiny Lion Audio Post Company: Rainmaker Studios Sound Designer &amp; Mix Engineer: Bob Arno Executive Producer, Owner: Kristin O’Connor General Manager / Scheduler: Clinton Spell II Published: September 2018 Synopsis: While the world fills with idle chatter, he works to harness mighty rivers. There are talkers, and there are doers. Timberland PRO. Always do. Never done.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:47:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-mountain-23740565/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-mountain-23740565/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Mountain <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-mountain-23740565/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757415/the-north-face-mountain-600-35108.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: The North Face Agency: Sid Lee Geo: United States Advertising Agency: Sid Lee, LA, USA Global ECD: Kristian Manchester Creative Directors: Mariota Essery, Driscoll Reid Art Director: Kelly Warkentien Copywriter: Annie Chiu Account Director: Kelly Quinn Account Supervisor: Morrison Conway Strategists: Sonya Mahcine, Samantha Smith Producers: Jacqueline Beiro, Viveka Garza-Gomez Production Company: Pulse Films Director: Hector Dockrill DoP: James Champ Line Producer: Jonathan Dawes Editor: Chris Riley Post-production House: Rock Paper Scissors Editorial On-Line: A52 VFX Audio House: Barking Owl Published: September 2018 Synopsis: How will you answer your curiosity?</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-subway-23740615/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-subway-23740615/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Subway <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-subway-23740615/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757465/the-north-face-subway-600-46766.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: The North Face Agency: Sid Lee Geo: United States Advertising Agency: Sid Lee, LA, USA Global ECD: Kristian Manchester Creative Directors: Mariota Essery, Driscoll Reid Art Director: Kelly Warkentien Copywriter: Annie Chiu Account Director: Kelly Quinn Account Supervisor: Morrison Conway Strategists: Sonya Mahcine, Samantha Smith Producers: Jacqueline Beiro, Viveka Garza-Gomez Production Company: Pulse Films Director: Hector Dockrill DoP: James Champ Line Producer: Jonathan Dawes Editor: Chris Riley Post-production House: Rock Paper Scissors Editorial On-Line: A52 VFX Audio House: Barking Owl Published: September 2018 Synopsis: How will you answer your curiosity?</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-15-sec-23740665/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-15-sec-23740665/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Carousel [15 sec] <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-15-sec-23740665/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757515/the-north-face-carousel-15-sec-600-11626.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: The North Face Agency: Sid Lee Geo: United States Advertising Agency: Sid Lee, LA, USA Global ECD: Kristian Manchester Creative Directors: Mariota Essery, Driscoll Reid Art Director: Kelly Warkentien Copywriter: Annie Chiu Account Director: Kelly Quinn Account Supervisor: Morrison Conway Strategists: Sonya Mahcine, Samantha Smith Producers: Jacqueline Beiro, Viveka Garza-Gomez Production Company: Pulse Films Director: Hector Dockrill DoP: James Champ Line Producer: Jonathan Dawes Editor: Chris Riley Post-production House: Rock Paper Scissors Editorial On-Line: A52 VFX Audio House: Barking Owl Published: September 2018 Synopsis: How will you answer your curiosity?</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-30-sec-23740715/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-30-sec-23740715/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Carousel [30 sec] <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/the-north-face-carousel-30-sec-23740715/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24757565/the-north-face-carousel-30-sec-600-48689.jpg" /></a><p>Category: Fashion Media: Film Brand: The North Face Agency: Sid Lee Geo: United States Advertising Agency: Sid Lee, LA, USA Global ECD: Kristian Manchester Creative Directors: Mariota Essery, Driscoll Reid Art Director: Kelly Warkentien Copywriter: Annie Chiu Account Director: Kelly Quinn Account Supervisor: Morrison Conway Strategists: Sonya Mahcine, Samantha Smith Producers: Jacqueline Beiro, Viveka Garza-Gomez Production Company: Pulse Films Director: Hector Dockrill DoP: James Champ Line Producer: Jonathan Dawes Editor: Chris Riley Post-production House: Rock Paper Scissors Editorial On-Line: A52 VFX Audio House: Barking Owl Published: September 2018 Synopsis: How will you answer your curiosity?</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:17:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-1-630215-23737615/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-1-630215-23737615/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 1 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-1-630215-23737615/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754365/file/doja-pardon-1-600-29910.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-2-630265-23737665/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-2-630265-23737665/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 2 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-2-630265-23737665/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754415/file/doja-pardon-2-600-12776.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-3-630315-23737715/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-3-630315-23737715/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 3 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-3-630315-23737715/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754465/file/doja-pardon-3-600-58652.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-4-630365-23737765/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-4-630365-23737765/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 4 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-4-630365-23737765/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754515/file/doja-pardon-4-600-92918.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-5-630415-23737815/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-5-630415-23737815/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 5 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-5-630415-23737815/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754565/file/doja-pardon-5-600-74375.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-6-630465-23737865/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-6-630465-23737865/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 6 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-6-630465-23737865/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754615/file/doja-pardon-6-600-99188.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-7-630515-23737915/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-7-630515-23737915/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 7 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-7-630515-23737915/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754665/file/doja-pardon-7-600-61073.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-8-630565-23737965/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-8-630565-23737965/ Design & Branding: Pardon, 8 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/design/doja-pardon-8-630565-23737965/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754715/file/doja-pardon-8-600-38352.jpg" /></a><p>Project: PARDON url: &lt;a href=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; rel=&quot;nofollow&quot; title=&quot;https://pardon.life&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;https://pardon.life&lt;/a&gt; Client: DOJA Creative Agency: Juliet Production Partner: Array of Stars Published: September 2018 Synopsis: New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians. Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received minor convictions under old cannabis laws. With recreational cannabis use becoming legal next month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products: T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the criminal records of the approximately 500,000 Canadians convicted for non-violent cannabis possession expunged. “Partnership with Cannabis Amnesty is a natural fit for DOJA,” says company founder Trent Kitsch. “We care about community and as we get closer to cannabis legalization, the amazing work the organization is doing is increasingly important. The prohibition of this plant has comprised the health and happiness of many individuals, and it’s time for it to end.” “Everyone is jumping on the cannabis bandwagon as legalization approaches, but very few are acknowledging what happened before that,” adds Juliet co-founder, chief creative officer Ryan Spelliscy. “We created Pardon to help right past wrongs.” Buying the products not only provides Cannabis Amnesty with the necessary financial support, but spreads the PARDON message to advocates. “It helps start conversations and raise awareness, potentially getting more people involved in this important effort,” says Spelliscy. Working with DOJA, Juliet developed the product line and the Pardon.life website, where visitors can view and purchase products and sign a petition urging the government to take action. The goal is to collect 10,000 signatures to bring about change. Even though recreational cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, Canadians convicted of non-violent cannabis possession could still face obstacles when it comes to travelling outside of Canada, finding employment, renting a home or even volunteering. The product launch is also being supported by an influencer marketing program developed by the PR firm Com.motion.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-1-629665-23738015/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-1-629665-23738015/ Publicidad impresa: Speak Up, 1 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-1-629665-23738015/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754765/file/refinery29-speak-up-1-1024-35950.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Refinery29 Media: OOH Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Illustrator: None Photographer: None Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: September 2018 Synopsis: In a male-dominated world, Refinery29 is encouraging women and giving them a platform to #SpeakUp. </p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-2-629715-23738065/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-2-629715-23738065/ Publicidad impresa: Speak Up, 2 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-2-629715-23738065/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754815/file/refinery29-speak-up-2-1024-78069.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Refinery29 Media: OOH Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Illustrator: None Photographer: None Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: September 2018 Synopsis: In a male-dominated world, Refinery29 is encouraging women and giving them a platform to #SpeakUp. </p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-3-629765-23738115/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-3-629765-23738115/ Publicidad impresa: Speak Up, 3 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/refinery29-speak-up-3-629765-23738115/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754865/file/refinery29-speak-up-3-1024-21991.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Refinery29 Media: OOH Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Illustrator: None Photographer: None Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: September 2018 Synopsis: In a male-dominated world, Refinery29 is encouraging women and giving them a platform to #SpeakUp. </p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-1-629265-23738165/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-1-629265-23738165/ Publicidad impresa: Classic Never Gets Old, 1 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-1-629265-23738165/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754915/file/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-1-1024-87143.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Alamo Drafthouse Media: Integrated Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mariana Mora Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: June 2018 Synopsis: Catch up on the classics. How can we get people to watch old films? By showing them how trends we use today came from the classics.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-2-629315-23738215/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-2-629315-23738215/ Publicidad impresa: Classic Never Gets Old, 2 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-2-629315-23738215/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24754965/file/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-2-1024-58132.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Alamo Drafthouse Media: Integrated Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mariana Mora Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: June 2018 Synopsis: Catch up on the classics. How can we get people to watch old films? By showing them how trends we use today came from the classics.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-3-629365-23738265/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-3-629365-23738265/ Publicidad impresa: Classic Never Gets Old, 3 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-3-629365-23738265/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24755015/file/alamo-drafthouse-cinemas-classic-never-gets-old-3-1024-39156.jpg" /></a><p>Advertised brand: Alamo Drafthouse Media: Integrated Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, New York, USA. Creative Director: Mariana Mora Art Director: Mariana Mora Copywriters: Lynda Nwaizu Additional credits: Mina Mikhael (teacher) Published: June 2018 Synopsis: Catch up on the classics. How can we get people to watch old films? By showing them how trends we use today came from the classics.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/food-and-drug-administration-fda-epidemic-628565-23738415/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/food-and-drug-administration-fda-epidemic-628565-23738415/ Publicidad en TV y cine: Epidemic <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/tv-commercials/food-and-drug-administration-fda-epidemic-628565-23738415/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24755165/food-and-drug-administration-fda-epidemic-600-79756.jpg" /></a><p>Director, Office of Health Communication and Education: Kathy Crosby Deputy Director, Office of Health Communication and Education: April Brubach Director, Division of Public Health &amp; Education: Gem Benoza Supervisory Health Communications Specialist: Michael Murray Health Communications Specialist: Emily D’Iorio Agency: FCB New York Chief Creative Officer: Ari Halper EVP, Executive Creative Director: Gary Resch Senior Art Director: James Meiser Senior Copywriter: Cecile Robertshaw Executive Producer: Stacy Flaum EVP, Group Management Director: Suzanne Santiago VP, Account Director: Dimas Adiwiyoto Account Supervisor: Mallika Rao Account Executive: Ally Morrow Assistant Account Executive: Katie O’Hara Project Manager: Shantal Gonzalez Account Director: Jared Shell Account Director: Earl Adams Chromista: Director: Darren Aronofsky Director of Photography: Matthew Libatique Executive Producer: Sandy Haddad Executive Producer, Line Producer: Ted Robbins Executive Producer: Scott Franklin Lost Planet: Editor: Ben Rodriguez Executive Producer: Krystn Wagenberg Producer: Casey Cayko Editor Assistant: Alene Christina Colorist: Fergus McCall The Mill: Senior Producer: Heino Henning Associate Producer: Sophie Mitchell Executive Producer: Rachel Trillo Published: September 2018 Synopsis: FCB New York, in partnership with FDA, today announced that is has launched the newest evolution of “The Real Cost” youth tobacco prevention campaign. This new campaign, which will focus on the dangers of vaping, is specifically designed to reach and educate the 10.7 million teens who have used e-cigarettes or are thinking about trying them. “Seemingly out of the blue, vaping among teens has become an epidemic,” said Suzanne Santiago, FCB New York EVP, group management director. “One of the reasons is that the majority of teens have a ‘consequence-free’ mentality toward vaping, and our mission, alongside FDA, is to shatter this perception, by educating them about the harmful and addictive chemicals they may be inhaling.” “The Real Cost,” first developed by FCB New York in 2014, has successfully prevented nearly 350,000 youth from smoking cigarettes, and for each teen prevented from becoming a smoker, there was $181,000 in cost savings – which means the campaign has averted over $31 billion in future medical costs, to date. Having been incredibly effective at teaching teens the “real cost” of smoking, FCB New York and FDA are now taking on their latest challenge: to teach teens the “real cost” of vaping. In the first national youth vaping education campaign, FCB New York targets teens ages 12-17 who have used e-cigarettes or are open to trying them, and who perceive no significant harm from vaping regularly. The campaign aims to challenge these teens’ “cost-free” mentality with messages about the hazards associated with using e-cigarettes, including nicotine addiction and potential exposure to harmful chemicals. Despite these substantial health risks, about 80 percent of youth still claim they do not anticipate profound risk of harm from regular use of e-cigarettes. This insight underscored the pressing need for FCB New York and FDA to focus on vaping in their newest initiative for youth tobacco prevention, and to create a targeted public education effort about the dangers of using these products in particular. FCB’s new campaign – appropriately entitled “Epidemic” – employs the unsettling visual metaphor of an organism, in order to depict the negative consequences to the lungs, bloodstream and brain posed by vaping. “Epidemic,” as a whole, ultimately seeks to awaken its teen audience to the damaging effects of e-cigarettes, while showing how vaping has become a serious – and spreading – social epidemic. “It’s been thrilling to be a part of this bold and aggressive mobilization by FDA to counter this epidemic by educating teens on the potential consequences of vaping,” added Gary Resch, FCB New York EVP, executive creative director. “We knew it would require work that was audacious and provocative, and we are excited about what we’ve delivered.” FCB worked with acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky to film “Epidemic.” The campaign also consists of online radio, banner ads, GIFs, custom units and online takeovers, all driving to a 360-degree digital experience.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-1-628965-23738515/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-1-628965-23738515/ Publicidad impresa: Tracks Without Chat, 1 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-1-628965-23738515/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24755265/file/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-1-1024-57587.jpg" /></a><p>Campaña: #PistasSinChat Brand: Clear Channel Perú Agency: Clear Channel Lab Head of Creativity: Edú Perea Redactor Creativo: Bruno Calmet Diseñador Gráfico: Yoshiro Olivera CEO: Lone Strobach Gerente Comercial: Tommy Muhvic Jefe de Marketing: Carla Alvarado Jefe de Ventas: Jean Pierre Rivera Implementación: Área de Operaciones Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Using the cell phone at the wheel increases the risk of suffering an accident between four and nine times and, according to the statistics of the INISEG (International Institute for Global Security), more than 30% of traffic accidents occur by chatting while driving. Another study by the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah has found that drivers who are distracted with the cell phone are 5.36% more likely to cause accidents than those who are drunk. In Peru, a large part of traffic accidents also occur due to this problem and so far this year thousands of people have been sanctioned and more than 200 registered accidents. Despite this, drivers continue to expose their lives and those of pedestrians to these tragic events. Taking into account these data, in Clear Channel we decided to take advantage of our advertising spaces to raise awareness and alert drivers under the hashtag #PistasSinChat, merging devices and platforms for chat, with elements of the car; and thus communicate that their mixture is a serious risk for them and for all. The #PistasSinChat concept has three motives: &quot;Do not drive in a chat&quot;, &quot;Let the chat do not handle you&quot; and &quot;Let the chat not change your life&quot;, which have been designed with bold colors and high-typography. to capture the attention of the audience and impact them quickly. These motives are present in many of our panels of the Panamericana Sur and in the different digital screens that we have in the city with the aim of generating greater awareness and contributing to reduce the percentage of accidents in our tracks. #PistasSinChat </p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-2-629015-23738565/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-2-629015-23738565/ Publicidad impresa: Tracks Without Chat, 2 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-2-629015-23738565/"><img src="https://files1.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24755315/file/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-2-1024-89805.jpg" /></a><p>Campaña: #PistasSinChat Brand: Clear Channel Perú Agency: Clear Channel Lab Head of Creativity: Edú Perea Redactor Creativo: Bruno Calmet Diseñador Gráfico: Yoshiro Olivera CEO: Lone Strobach Gerente Comercial: Tommy Muhvic Jefe de Marketing: Carla Alvarado Jefe de Ventas: Jean Pierre Rivera Implementación: Área de Operaciones Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Using the cell phone at the wheel increases the risk of suffering an accident between four and nine times and, according to the statistics of the INISEG (International Institute for Global Security), more than 30% of traffic accidents occur by chatting while driving. Another study by the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah has found that drivers who are distracted with the cell phone are 5.36% more likely to cause accidents than those who are drunk. In Peru, a large part of traffic accidents also occur due to this problem and so far this year thousands of people have been sanctioned and more than 200 registered accidents. Despite this, drivers continue to expose their lives and those of pedestrians to these tragic events. Taking into account these data, in Clear Channel we decided to take advantage of our advertising spaces to raise awareness and alert drivers under the hashtag #PistasSinChat, merging devices and platforms for chat, with elements of the car; and thus communicate that their mixture is a serious risk for them and for all. The #PistasSinChat concept has three motives: &quot;Do not drive in a chat&quot;, &quot;Let the chat do not handle you&quot; and &quot;Let the chat not change your life&quot;, which have been designed with bold colors and high-typography. to capture the attention of the audience and impact them quickly. These motives are present in many of our panels of the Panamericana Sur and in the different digital screens that we have in the city with the aim of generating greater awareness and contributing to reduce the percentage of accidents in our tracks.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300 https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-3-629065-23738615/ https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-3-629065-23738615/ Publicidad impresa: Tracks Without Chat, 3 <a href="https://www.coloribus.com/es/adsarchive/prints-outdoor/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-3-629065-23738615/"><img src="https://files2.coloribus.com/preview/320x260/files/adsarchive/part_2475/24755365/file/clear-channel-tracks-without-chat-3-1024-25268.jpg" /></a><p>Campaña: #PistasSinChat Brand: Clear Channel Perú Agency: Clear Channel Lab Head of Creativity: Edú Perea Redactor Creativo: Bruno Calmet Diseñador Gráfico: Yoshiro Olivera CEO: Lone Strobach Gerente Comercial: Tommy Muhvic Jefe de Marketing: Carla Alvarado Jefe de Ventas: Jean Pierre Rivera Implementación: Área de Operaciones Published: September 2018 Synopsis: Using the cell phone at the wheel increases the risk of suffering an accident between four and nine times and, according to the statistics of the INISEG (International Institute for Global Security), more than 30% of traffic accidents occur by chatting while driving. Another study by the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah has found that drivers who are distracted with the cell phone are 5.36% more likely to cause accidents than those who are drunk. In Peru, a large part of traffic accidents also occur due to this problem and so far this year thousands of people have been sanctioned and more than 200 registered accidents. Despite this, drivers continue to expose their lives and those of pedestrians to these tragic events. Taking into account these data, in Clear Channel we decided to take advantage of our advertising spaces to raise awareness and alert drivers under the hashtag #PistasSinChat, merging devices and platforms for chat, with elements of the car; and thus communicate that their mixture is a serious risk for them and for all. The #PistasSinChat concept has three motives: &quot;Do not drive in a chat&quot;, &quot;Let the chat do not handle you&quot; and &quot;Let the chat not change your life&quot;, which have been designed with bold colors and high-typography. to capture the attention of the audience and impact them quickly. These motives are present in many of our panels of the Panamericana Sur and in the different digital screens that we have in the city with the aim of generating greater awareness and contributing to reduce the percentage of accidents in our tracks.</p> Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0300