Are we ready to worship a digital god?
This is the bold question that the Financial Times are posing in a new advertising campaign created by London agency The Brooklyn Brothers.
Matt Saunders was the artist chosen to depict the message and he created a striking image that powerfully merges the worlds of religion and digital technology. The campaign has been used on billboards all over the country.
Phosphor Art's Jon Rogers has been reviving his award-winning artwork from AMV BBDO's Guinness Extra Cold campaign. Originally from the year 2000, the series featured a number of cool objects reimagined as pints of Guinness Extra Cold – a desk fan, fridge-freezer, fire bucket, nipple, iceberg and lolly, beautifully put together by Jon.
Commissioned by the The Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen, Mie's illustrations were used for a campaign about the IT educations at the Faculty and Science at the University of Copenhagen. The Campaign is showcased on train stations around Denmark.
Once again Esther Cox's work adorns London Transport Tube Stations.