Nissan - ambient marketing

The art of parking

Are you an experienced driver? If so, how would you mark your parking ability? I’m asking because you could be one of the artists [mostly anonymous, I’m afraid] that have been part of the Nissan exhibition in Paris. The well known automotive brand, in fact, a few months ago organised an amazing ambient marketing campaign aimed to launch their new parking assistant system, linking the parking ability with art, literally.
Nescafé - ambient marketing

The coffee taproom [Nescafe]

Nescafé have introduced to their offer an amazing value added service for their American consumers: the Nescafé coffee taproom. It’s an initiative based on the ambient marketing approach that’s able to add value to the Nescafé brand experience, building loyalty through the existing customers of the company.
Stockholm Country Break - web campaign

How to “escape” from Stockholm

There are plenty of guides, both offline and online, ready to be consulted when someone has to plan and prepare any sort of trip in a major city. But what about the surroundings? That was certainly the starting point for the team that worked on by Stockholm Country Break, the website aimed to attract Stockholm tourists to also experience the Swedish countryside.
McDonald's - advertising campaign

Friendship ingredients

McDonald’s, in their communication strategy, have always been family and friends centred. Here’s another delicate advertising campaign that aims to stress this concept showing some ways to use their product with creativity, in order to regain old friendships and strengthen new ones.
KFC - advertising campaign

Lunchtime is coming... [KFC]

Do you watch Game of Thrones, the fascinating TV series that is able to mix and match a variety of fiction genres and still remain enjoyable? If you are part of its audience and even more if you are an addicted fan, you can really appreciate the humorous parody of one of the iconic scenes of season 6 recreated by KFC for their advertising campaign in order to launch a new product.
Omo - brand experience

If your clothes were your car...

What would you think if, taking your car to the car wash, it would fade or become duller? What if it changed colour or was full of small fluffs? And if your car shrank, what would you think? That would be unacceptable, wouldn’t it? Omo, a brand specialised in laundry detergents, insist that you shouldn’t accept these situations with your clothes either and have based on this concept their experiential branding campaign.
Canon - brand experience

Professional printers... in concert

Canon have had an astonishing idea to demonstrate to their potential customers how strongly they can rely on the performance of one of their products, the Canon Image Class. They’ve organised a marvellous ambient marketing campaign based on experiential branding that links creatively printing and playing music. Can you believe it? Read more to discover some details.
State Farm - branded content

How to make finance entertaining

State Farm, a group of insurance and financial services companies in the United States, have created a miracle: they’ve managed to turn advice and tricks related to finance and daily budget management into something that appears to be entertaining and fun. How could this be possible? Read the post to know more.
The Waste Factory - packaging

Food printing

The less enchanting and exciting type of recycling is – at least apparently – the reuse of food waste. Nevertheless, The Waste Factory has succeeded – thanks to their products and packaging – in giving a new life to food waste in ways that are tasty on one hand and appealing on the other.