A mud-sliding, sweat-breaking, gear-shifting series of speed tests, 4WD terrain and technical challenges in the Volkswagen Amarok. The challenge took place at one of the toughest 4WD tracks in Victoria with the course designed by Australia’s leading 4x4 expert Pat Callinan. We provided the mud and the gear, all contestants needed to bring was a mate and the sweat.
Teams were scored on their 4×4 skills and the four winning teams overall were picked to represent Australia and take on the world at The Spirit of Africa – The Ultimate Test Drive.
MADE YOU LOOK
Stockland Trade Event
The brief was to create an immersive space to share new developments within the Stockland portfolio with investors.
Australia’s top artists, typographers, fashion designers and photographers were commissioned to create bespoke and unforgettable pieces for a specially curated exhibition.
Every piece was designed to capture attention, letting guests look a little closer. Detailed stories about new property developments were told through the pieces. Discovery and interaction lay at the heart of the experience with pieces sparking conversation and networking opportunities.
Retailers on George Street needed some help due to continued light-rail work during the peak Christmas shopping period. Let's face it, a construction zone isn't the most inspiring place to shop. George Street was completely transformed into a revitalised space proving that Christmas was still As Magical As Ever in the city. We brought the retailers out onto the street through entertainment, gift suggestions and a bespoke retailer space. The experience lasted for 40 days and nights and helped turned those retailer frowns upside down.
In 2014 Adshel supported Brainwave as part of their Creative Challenge. Brainwave is an amazing organisation that supports the care of children with neurological disorders and their families. 100 creatives had one hour to deliver on the brief: use Adshel infrastructure to encourage donations and raise the awareness of Brainwave.
The winning idea was to create an interactive billboard game that is engaging for people of all ages, while highlighting what the charity does and taking donations. To be rolled out in 2014.
The brief was to help launch the new Upper Crust Pizza range as something “a little more special”.
It all started with the collection of old bikes, doors, lights and photo frames, which were bent, welded and drilled together to form a nine-person Upper Crusted mobile pizza table. This process was captured by MTV and crafted into a music video.
The Bicycle Banquet toured around Australia sampling and Upper Crusting people’s everyday lives. We then asked people via their social networks to share their experience and nominate friends for a special seat at one of our massive 100 person banquet tables in Melbourne and Sydney.
Upper Crust Pizza sales doubled as a result of the campaign and a new phrase was added to the vernacular of Australian pizza lovers - Upper Crusting.
NSW Lotteries has a proud history with the Sydney Opera House, which dates back to 1957 when tickets in the first Opera House Lottery draw went on sale to fund construction.
To celebrate Oz Lotto’s 20th birthday, we created an experience that brought together two of the most iconic symbols on Australia Day - the beach and The Sydney Opera House. A first of its kind with 40 tonnes of sand to create a beach at The Sydney Opera House. What ensued was a beach birthday party on our ‘Ozstralia Beach’ with 15,000 people attending. National coverage was gained on TV channels with Channel 9 & SBS live crosses.
Solo - Tough Mudder sponsorship - The Man Wash
How do you get clean after Tough Mudder? You go through a carwash designed for humans. An industrial strength washing machine that's just as tough as one of the obstacles at the event. But the best part, once you're clean, you've got an ice cold can of Solo in hand to crush your thurst.
BIG THINKING will make a BIG difference to Woolworths
An exciting one-day workshop was created to dismantle feedback from the "Walk the talk - Meet the Customer Conference" and reassemble it with collaborative BIG THINKING.
Managers were given the opportunity to share ideas and stories, then work together to conceptualise and deliver effective problem solving to the topics raised.
The workshop harnessed what Woolworths already has within its walls – a rich intellectual knowledge base where discovery, development and implementation came together to form an exciting new way of communicating.