October 28, 2009
BBDO New York blitzed 75 cities in the Dallas area with these health-club themed posters for The Economist, illustrating the "difficulty levels" of various political issues.
May 01, 2009
For the premiere of the third season of HBO's "Big Love," a show about a polygamous family prone to deception, these interactive posters in New York and Los Angeles show people walking on a city street.
December 25, 2008
To reach college students in the Philadelphia area, pizzerias around college campuses received Economist-branded pizza boxes that reframe the iconic student food in a world view via pie charts.
February 27, 2008
BBDO, New York is flexing its B2B muscle with a new city-site for Motorola where urban officials including police and fire chiefs and municipal heads can explore how Motorola solutions work when it comes to real-life situations.
August 20, 2007
The print portion of the new back-to-school Half.com campaign, to be seen in the comics sections of some 140 college newspapers, required a "relevant way to tell the 'save money on books' story that would seem fresh," BBDO/New York ECD Greg Hahn expl
January 01, 2007
o prove that caffeine really does make you smarter, Mountain Dew scoured YouTube for wacky footage to be used in creating a series of video clips that gauge the sharpness of websurfers' observational skills.
September 04, 2006
After establishing the premise in 15-second introductions, longer iterations of these spots (totaling 25) are set to be nestled back-to-back in ad breaks and strewn through half-hour shows to build familiarity, riffing on early visual cues with the t
August 30, 2006
" 'Au bon pain' literally translates to 'of good bread,' " says BBDO/New York writer Tommy Troncoso, and "after all, the nose knows good bread." No digital simulation, this poster campaign features actual Au Bon Pain breads, cropped and mildly retouc
August 04, 2006
The BBC has debuted an all-news channel on Long Island, N.Y.'s Cablevision, which is being hyped via a curious "Maps" campaign, seen as posters on the Long Island Railroad as well as inserts in The Financial Times and the Long Island paper Newsday.
June 15, 2006
Love in-your-face signs? It's summer, and of course that means it's Times Square photo op-spectacular season in New York, which in turn means the tourists are furiously working their cellcams, fanny packs all a-jiggle.