Sam Stuchbury, creative director and founder at Motion Sickness and co-founder of The Social Club, has this week been named in Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia in the ‘Media, marketing and adverting’ category. We ask him about his journey from a cold Dunedin student flat, what he thinks about the industry and influencers, and what lies next in his path.
Browsing: Motion Sickness
New Zealand Avocados has gone behind the scenes of its growers for a social media campaign for the New Zealand and Australian markets with the help of Motion Sickness.
Oxfam New Zealand, Blunt Umbrellas and Kiwi artist Flox have collaborated on a limited-edition ‘Flox for Blunt’ umbrella to help raise interest in, and funds, for Oxfam NZ’s climate change initiatives in the Pacific region.
Two of the owners of Auckland creative agency Motion Sickness have been dabbling outside of their usual day-to-day activities to photograph and write the book Hideaways, a guide to a variety of beautiful and remote huts, baches and caravans to escape to around the country.
This is the story of an ambitious idea that started small in a student flat before quickly gaining massive momentum and attracting the attention of a stack of innovative brands. Be sure to bring your motion sickness pills along for this ride.
An artist might not seem the first port of call to promote an umbrella, but for Blunt Umbrella and Motion Sickness, New Zealand’s Dick Frizzell has provided a unique opportunity to make a mini documentary and a donation to Oxfam.