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Case Study: “ING Future Me” AI Banking Campaign

From the team at ad agency GONG in Warsaw, Poland: “Future me is an AI-powered app we created for ING Bank that generates a personalized picture of you in retirement based on a description of your dreams and plans. All you have to do is take a photo and answer the question: What do you want to do in the future? [Watch]

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Volkswagen Exposes Your Blind Spots: Retail Installation Case Study

From the team at Ogilvy Cape Town: “South Africa has one of the highest road accident rates in the world. Many involve objects in the blind spot. Volkswagen has a solution: Blind Spot Monitor. [Watch]

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VOLT Studios Welcomes Animation Director Mike Nelson

From the release: VOLT Studios is excited to announce that Mike Nelson has joined the full-service content company as Animation Director. At VOLT, Nelson will apply his artistry and expertise to enhance and build the studio’s creative offering in 3D animation and motion design. [Watch]

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Sehsucht Reimagines the Mercedes-Benz Digital Experience as a Visual and Literal Poem

From the team at Sehsucht in Berlin: “We spent the last few months delving into the magic of Mercedes-Benz technology in order to synthesize a new visual tone for them. This was not only a transformative creative journey for Mercedes-Benz Digital, but also for us, challenging our approach to design and storytelling. [Watch]

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James van den Elshout Highlights Modern Craftsmanship in Spec Brand Film for Hasami Porcelain

Designer/director James van den Elshout in New York: “This is a learning exercise and tribute to the incredible craftsmanship of the Hasami Porcelain family of products. Made in Japan, the hand-crafted cups, plates, and bowls have a very natural feel to them but remain extremely modern and modular in their form.” [Watch]

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Found and Pentagram Rebrand Channel 4 With Something “Altogether Different”

From the team at Found in London: “Working closely with Pentagram and 4creative, we designed the motion system and broadcast package for Channel 4’s new master brand.” [Watch]