Intelligent ambient media concepts examine new ways of interacting with their surroundings. They blend in to stand out. A good ambient installation beats every billboard in making a message visible. Or invisible! Here is how we made a man dissappear.


Client: fiftyfifty street magazine
Agency: Euro RSCG Duesseldorf
Creative Directors: Florian Meimberg, Torsten Pollmann, Felix Glauner
Art Director: Jean-Pierre Gregor
Copywriter: Till Koester
Production Company: CONGAZ Visual Media Company

whodunnit (for “Who done it?”) is a complex, plot-driven variety of the detective story in which the puzzle is the main feature of interest. The reader is provided with clues […] before the solution is revealed.



Advertising Agency: WCRS, London, UK
Creative Directors: Yan Elliott, Luke Williamson
Art Director: Kit Dayaram
Copywriter: Tom Spicer
Agency Producer: James Lethem
Director: Chris Palmer
Production Company: Gorgeous
Editor: Paul Watts at The Quarry
Post-production: The Mill
Audio post-production: Wave


SONY ERICSSON enters the arena of branded entertainment. “Who is Johnny X” is a webisodic online thriller in 9 parts. A man wakes up in a nightly Bangkok street. The amnesiac hero tumbles through the Thai capital on his mission to rediscover his identity. His companion: SONY ERICSSON’s iPhone rival  Xperia X1. The smatphone helps Johnny piece together his forgotten past. And along the way demonstrates its innovative features and personalizable interface.

The fast-paced web drama was directed by Stuart Douglas (Nice Shirt Films) and shot over a 10 day period in Bangkok.

But even though the mini series is quite diverting and very well-produced, it leaves a stale aftertaste. Because everybody who hasn’t lost their memory will notice that Johnny’s fight against the oblivion seems just a bit too similar to Christopher Nolan’s reverse-chronology masterpiece “MEMENTO”.

UMERIC reloaded. The Sydney based motion design studio relaunched their website. A visual feast from down under.

Explosive slow motion skateboarding directed by Spike Jonze. Epic.

Revealed: The true secret of GUINNESS.

MACHINE GUN IN WATER. Oil on canvas. The strange and beautiful art of Benjamin Anderson.

Wow. I just saw my personal commercial of the month. With “Spoken word” for Guinness beer, Saatchi & Saatchi London brings us a powerful piece of film whose impact doubtlessly exceeds its 60 second duration.

US directing collective SHILO, known for their design-infused approach to storytelling, shot the stunning ad in a New Jersey harbor. The philosophical monologue of “spoken word artist” Ainsley Burrows is illustrated by animated visuals that seamlessly blend into the live-action performance. Full marks!


Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi
Creative Director: Tim Hearn
Production Company: Shilo
Director: Shilo
Director of Photography: Martin Ahlgren
3D: Tamir Sapir
Music & Sound Design: Human


Print is dead.
(the internet)

They are easy to compile. They are space-saving. And they don’t wrinkle: PDF magazines are a powerful promotional tool for agencies and design collectives to showcase their work. Their content spreads from graphic design, illustration and typography works to in-depth articles and interviews on just about any field of visual and communication arts.

One of the biggest virtual newsstands is With hundreds of PDF magazines from across the globe, the fast-growing site is swiftly becoming the hub for online magazines.

Pretty funny. Even though the idea evokes a couple of déja-vus.


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