We are putting sneakerheads to the test with our latest quiz made in collaboration with HYPEBEAST.
We have developed this web-based app that rolled out globally. It has been launched on hypebeast.com and awarded an honorable mention by Awwwards.
Do you still own bragging rights after this quiz? We dare you to test your sneaker knowledge.
We have created a series of warm and human short films, to be used in all Volkswagen showrooms and social channels to attract clients with innovative car features.
Youtube launched a campaign to promote their platform with help of their biggest British stars; The Slow Mo Guys and Zoella. We have built this digital campaign together with Adam&Eve DDB.
Banners are featured on Youtube and IMDB, and digital out-of-home.
Anyone who’s used the Adobe photoshop will recognize the grey and white checkerboard pattern right away. We like to think that it’s hiding under the surface of everything around us. So, we took the Photoshop Eraser tool to erase the streets of London.
Thanks to the revolutionary new safety features of the all-new Polo Backseat Drivers' days are numbered. So no more hard hitting dashboard pushers, anxious handle grabbers or foot stamping pre-breakers. They're now exhibited in our Volkswagen Museum of Extinct Backseat Drivers.
We created this campaign with Tribal Worldwide photography by Daniel Stier.
We took the world of GIFs to the city of London with our latest project 'GIFs Go Wild'. We bring to the streets, GIFs from artists we love like Dain Fagerholm and Davidope and many more. We got the chance to capture some great responses be sure to check out our film.
Review of our 'Gifs Go Wild' project on the Tomorrow Daily show of CNET.
During our time at Wieden + Kennedy we have been involved in the creation of the Dare to Zlatan campaign on Twitter. A first ever Q&A with one simple objective: Encouraging the fans to attempt the impossible and Dare to Zlatan. We created personalised Twitter responds using popular internet imagery such as diagrams and we let Zlatan do the rest.
There’s plenty of good, functional design at the World Cup in Brazil. But one important part of the World Cup, the way games are presented on TV, could use some work. We designed a flat design interface together with designer Jordon Cheung and George Grace Represents.
Our World Cup Redesign project reached 80.000 views in one week
No more ugly patches on your screen showing the score. Instead, why not a clean, flat, easy-to-read design?
A pair of designers–Guus ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier of Tribal Worldwide in London–cast a critical gaze on the event’s televised graphics and found them wanting.