More & Older Work

PSA – Dog Owners & Super-villains

do portfolia obrazokDog lovers in Prague are lazy, not supervillains. Nobody wants to be a super-villain. So we used this insight to point out that not picking up after their dogs is actually something a supervillain would do, too. Along other things, like attempting to kill Batman, or building a Death Star (or everything ever Stalin or the current manners-lacking Czech president Milos Zeman).

Agency: NONE (personal project)
Year: 2015

 

Kariera.sk – Job Interview Fails

In a series of funny radio ads we showed ridiculous fails of candidates in job interviews, some fictional, others adapted from real HR manager’s horror stories.Why? Because our client was a challenger on the market of job portals. So while the market leader was positioned as the place where you find a job opening, we positioned Kariera.sk as the place that helps you not just find a job, but also get the job by nailing the interview, unlike the characters in our radio ads.

Agency: Saatchi&Saatchi Slovakia
Year: 2011

 

MUW;Digital – Stars of the Internet

MUW;Digital New Year 2013

Being an online agency, MUW;Digital wanted to make a relevant new year’s wish at the end of 2012:
“Shall all the stars of the internet stand by you”
So we edited together various massively popular Slovakian viral videos to create a star-filled new year’s wish.

Agency: Saatchi&Saatchi Slovakia
Year: 2012

 

MUW Saatchi&Saatchi – Nu Ekaunti

40% of people quit a promotional Facebook app when it asks for permissions.
So when our “offline” mother-agency wanted to hire account managers via a Facebook promotion, we went looking for a way to let users play without the permissions.
We created a game that worked directly inside a Newsfeed post.

Agency: Saatchi&Saatchi Slovakia
Year: 2012

 

Istropolitana D’Arcy – Strong Storytelling

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Print ad for “the storytelling agency”, as we were known at the time

headline:
Once you have a strong story, people will fall for you.

Agency: Ogilvy Slovakia
Year: 2008