Nike's Wake-up Call; Lactacyd's Unique View; Wispa Fans Unite; Burger King's Whopper Suicide
In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Grey, Amsterdam, and director Robert Nylund give us a unique camera angle to view the world from a female perspective for Lactacyd; the U.K.'s Channel 4 and director Neil Gorringe offer up a frenetic look at the new season of teen drama "Skins"; Fallon, London, and director Jonathan Hopkins gather together fans of the once-defunct candy bar Wispa to showcase their talents; Burger King and Crispin, Porter & Bogusky ask Facebook users if they would drop friends for a free Whopper; and director Lance Acord brings international soccer stars to Sao Paulo for Nike and gives young players one tough wake-up call.
Lactacyd: 'Protect Yourself'Agency: Grey, Amsterdam
Creative Directors: Seyoan Vela, Colin Lamberton, Ecco Vos, Richard Hol
E4: 'Brand New Skins Coming Soon'Creative/Director: Neil Gorringe
Wispa: 'For the Love of Wispa'Agency: Fallon
Executive Creative Director: Richard Flintham
Burger King: 'Whopper Sacrifice'Agency: Crispin Porter & Bogusky
Executive Creative Directors: Andrew Keller, Rob Reilly
Interactive Executive Creative Director: Jeff Benjamin
Nike: 'This Is Your Final Wake Up Call'Agency: Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Creative Directors: Alberto Ponte, Jeff Williams