These KitKat Billboards Will Give You a Massage

Candy Brand Makes "Have a Break" Tag a Reality for Tired Commuters

Published On
Oct 27, 2015

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Candy brand KitKat is well-known for encouraging people to "have a break," and these fun billboards really push the idea: they give massages.

In Bogota, Colombia, J. Walter Thompson created bus shelters that served as "mini massage parlors." When passersby leaned against them, they would activate motors inside the billboards that would give a pleasant rubdown to their upper and lower backs.

Stressed out commuters looking for a KitKat massage could just search for them on Google Maps by typing in words like "tired" or "stressed." Once they did, a marker for the nearest billboard would pop up.

Credits

Date
Oct 27, 2015
Brand:
Barnardo's
Client:
Barnardo's
Agency:
JWT - Colombia
Vice President, Creative and CCO:
Rodolfo Borrell
Associate Creative Director:
Andres Norato
Associate Creative Director:
Claudia Murillo
Creative Director:
Jaime Perea
Senior Art Director:
Nicolas Acosta
Vice President, Client Services:
Antonio Abello
Account Director:
Lisseth Trejos
Advertiser Supervisor:
Juan David Rico
Advertiser Supervisor:
Carlos Madrian
Advertiser Supervisor:
Andres Trochez
Advertiser Supervisor:
Maria Clemencia Espinosa

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