From giant birds to little babies

  • TVC
  • February 8, 2011
  • Ben Fahy

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Who's it for: FOUR by Special Group and Fatboy Films

Why we like it: It's got a large yellow duck in it. And there's quite possibly no better way to draw attention to the arrival of a new, edgy mainstream TV channel than by doing something completely ridiculous, like parking a giant floating bird in the Viaduct.

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Who's it for: BNZ by Sugar

Why we like it: First whales, then paint, now babies. BNZ's Success Stories campaign aimed to show how the support of a bank can help business and the community, and now it's aiming to show how its support can help new families. See, banks aren't evil. And there are a few more personal tales here.

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Fashion: the mouthpiece of cultural change

  • Regular voices
  • March 29, 2017
  • Claire Tutill and Rory Docherty
Fashion: the mouthpiece of cultural change

Micro-trends in fashion are constantly changing – one minute we’re being told we should be wearing harem pants, and the next you shouldn’t be seen dead in them. It’s near impossible to keep up with what’s in vogue at any given time. TRA marketing coordinator Claire Tutill and Auckland-based fashion designer and product developer Rory Docherty take a look at how fashion is a powerful vehicle for social change.

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