National Geographic & Coca-Cola Create A Positive Vision Of The World Working in close partnership with Coca-Cola Latin America’s Live Positively initiative, the National Geographic Channel has launched the documentary series “ViviendoPositivamente” (Live Positively), showcasing everyday individuals who have overcome major social, environmental and economic challenges to make an impact on their communities. The series premiered across Latin America on Nov. 6, 2012, covering five countries and telling eight stories in four episodes. Each of the four installments will focus on a different social cause: creating opportunities for work and education in impoverished communities, encouraging healthy bodies and minds, focusing on recycling, and agriculture. The documentary series kicked off with stories from Argentina and Mexico, directed by Natalia Smirnoff and Carlos Carrera. The individauls and their projects are based countries throughout the region, including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Haiti, Mexico and Peru. See a trailer of the series below:
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Convoy – CREATIVE BUSINESS PARTNERS client: dior An interactive retail installation in which customers can learn about the making of the classic Dior Homme jacket. The future of retail. An in-store interactive installation. Vending Machines Sells Unique Artworks [Pics] Advertising firm Wieden+Kennedy isn’t just known for producing creative campaigns, but also for its active involvement in community projects. The W+K 12 is a dedicated team consisting of 12 talented people with various backgrounds who get together to help with charity work. Recently, the W+K 12 team collaborated with a few staff from the ad agency to come up with an interesting way to raise money.
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Is Gamification Just A Passing Trend? This article titled “Gamification, huh? What IS it good for?” was written by Stuart Dredge, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 28th November 2012 11.43 UTC If you picked November 2012 in the “When will Gartner publish a report delivering a no-nonsense takedown of gamification mania?” sweepstakes, award yourself some points. About - Akatre Akatre is a creative studio founded in 2007, in Paris, by Valentin Abad, Julien Dhivert and Sébastien Riveron. The trio works and expresses themselves in graphic design, photography, typography, video, artistic installation and musical creation for institutions in art, cultural, fashion, media and luxury. Since 2016, Victor Tual and Thomas Portevin have joined the studio. Represented bylambert-lambert.com
See Seth Rogen And Paul Rudd In Samsung Super Bowl Teaser Samsung’s next big thing is here and it’s Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd doing a commercial for the Super Bowl. Or rather, doing a commercial for "the big plate featuring the San Francisco 50-minus-one-ers and the Baltimore Black Birds." The 60-second teaser shows Rudd and Rogen pitching a Super Bowl spot idea to Bob Odenkirk, who is putting the kibosh on any talk of the actual Super Bowl or its participants, leaving the two actors to come up with some work-arounds. The full, two-minute spot, from Samsung agency 72andSunny and directed by Iron Man's Jon Favreau, will be released this week.