Schadenfreezers is a hilariously awful series of popsicle stick jokes by Matt Moore and Jason Kreher, a pair of ad creatives at Wieden and Kennedy in Portland. At present, the Schadenfreezers exist only as GIFs, though the duo has mocked up a slick package for their evil popsicles. They talk about the project in this [...]
You probably remember popsicle stick jokes as a fun, charming, innocent part of your childhood. Jason Kreher and Matt Moore are here to wreck those memories. The pair of creatives at Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, Ore., have made a fake product called Schadenfreezers—popsicles with the most depressing jokes you can imagine. Show More Summary
Name: Mikola Accuardi, photographer and blogger at Portland Supply Co., Randall Garcia, designer at Wieden + Kennedy, and baby Valentino Location: Southeast Clinton; Portland, Oregon Size: 900 square feet Years lived in: 1 year, 5 months...Show More Summary
Barry the Biscuit Boy splashes onto the scene in a slam-dunk spot for British dairy Cravendale, a cautionary tale from Wieden + Kennedy in London and production house Blinkink. The heady mix of puppetry and computer animation milks every drop of self-conscious craziness from the script. Show More Summary
Nike made a new World Cup ad. It's really, really well done. But does it top 2010's iconic spot? That we doubt. The new spot, embedded above and produced by Wieden+Kennedy, focuses on Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, Brazil's Neymar Jr....Show More Summary
Nike has today launched the first part of its football 2014 campaign (aka its unofficial World Cup campaign), created by Wieden + Kennedy and directed by Jonathan Glazer.
Cravendale has waved goodbye to the cats with thumbs, replacing them with Barry The Biscuit Boy. Barry appears in the milk brand's new spot by Wieden + Kennedy London, which takes the form of a classic children's fable, complete with a dark twist...
Nike running: So easy, a caveman can do it? Wieden + Kennedy made quite the discovery earlier this month. The agency says it's "pretty damn pumped" to have finally found the first ads it ever made—which happen to be the first national broadcast ads Nike ever aired. Show More Summary
Independently owned advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy recently announced that their digital librarian Phoebe Owens had discovered its first-ever nationally broadcast work for Nike. The ads were titled “Evolution,” “Trophy,” and “Co-op” and… Watch Nike’s First-Ever Nationally Broadcast Commercials is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Kobe Bryant doesn't just play pianos. He makes them. Or so it would appear from the opening scenes of this new ad from Wieden + Kennedy pitching "The Kobe Piano," from which "every note [is] a comedy and tragedy that would make Shakespeare laugh and weep. Show More Summary
Details are still a little hazy on this, but we have at least received confirmation that Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai and its management team will be going their separate ways. From what we’ve been told, W+K Shanghai managing director Jason...Show More Summary
“That’s the Power of Hair” is an interactive website for Old Spice hair products from creative agency Wieden+Kennedy that suggests the stuff is so fantastic that hair styled with it can play songs by American pop rock band Huey Lewis and the News. The website allows users to input the name of a Huey Lewis [...]
It must be nice to be Three. The British mobile network has the most fun-loving advertising slogan around: "We all need silly stuff." And Wieden + Kennedy in London makes the most of its work on the brand. Last year, we had the dancing Shetland pony. Show More Summary
-The 2013 Gunn Report results have been released and among other things, for the 8th year in a row, BBDO was the most awarded creative agency network in the world. Meanwhile, Wieden & Kennedy was the best performing agency in the U.S. Show More Summary
Wieden + Kennedy New York creative director Sean McLaughlin explains how and why the agency mined the 1980s to create a totally awesome in-flight safety video. It's good to see that Teddy Ruxpin is still telling stories after all these years. Show More Summary
Wieden + Kennedy London has teamed up with directing duo Smith & Foulkes again for its latest ad for Honda, and created another beautiful piece of work.
The [now] classic example of Real-time Marketing is OREO’s 2013 Superbowl ad (a brilliant piece of Real-time content marketing executed with great execution by OREO and the Wieden+Kennedy team). It defined an entirely new form of marketing for many, becoming the de facto case-study for almost anything “Real-time.” read more
Summary: The new Old Spice spots certainly aren't your dad's or granddad's Old Spice spots. They aren't even the Isaiah Mustafa or Ray Lewis Old Spice spots. They definitely have the Wieden+Kennedy look and feel. They could almost be ESPN SportsCenter spots. But they are creepy. And moms rarely buy Old Spice for their sons. Unless it's on their shopping list!
Wieden + Kennedy has accomplished greatness again for P&G with its sequel to the 2012 "Best Job" which paid homage to all the hard work moms do for their children. The sequel, entitled "Pick Them Back Up," again, pays homage to moms,...Show More Summary
In the latest Old Spice campaign from Wieden + Kennedy Portland mums lament losing their lovely boys to predatory females lured by the boys' powerful scent