Stella Taps Swinging '60s, Grolsch's Mobile App, an ARG for 'Tron: Legacy' and Other New Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: Aug. 3

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On this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Mother, London, recruits illustrator Robert McGinnis, he of classic James Bond poster fame, to lend his sultry '60s style to Stella Artois; Artist Jimena Oddi and director Jorge Jaramillo create visuals as frenetic and eclectic as the N.A.S.A. track it showcases; Grolsch challenges your sobriety with a mobile app; 42 Entertainment executes another ARG success at Comic-Con, this time for the upcoming "Tron: Legacy"; and Best Buy brings its customer service to the Twitterverse.

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Stella Artois: '4% Piano'

Agency: Mother, London
Illustrator: Robert McGinnis

N.A.S.A.

N.A.S.A. 'Whachadoin?'

Artist/Designer: Jimena Oddi
Director: Jorge Jaramillo

Grolsch: Walk the Line App

Grolsch: 'Walk the Line' App

Agency: Marvellous

TRON: Flynn Lives ARG

TRON: 'Flynn Lives' (ARG)

Agency: 42 Entertainment

Best Buy: Twelpforce

Best Buy: 'Twelpforce'



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