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Google: Project Re:Brief - Coke Mobile Ad Demo - Cannes 2012 Mobile Grand Prix

Buying the world a Coke, in the mobile age.

Published on Jun 19, 2012

Editor's Pick

This mobile ad from Google, which re-imagines a classic Coke spot, has scooped the Mobile Grand Prix at Cannes. A digital reinterpretation of Coke's iconic 'Hilltop' spot, featuring the song "I want to buy the world a Coke", the mobile ad enables viewers to actually buy a Coke for someone in a city of their choice. As they watch the mobile ad, which ran on Google's Admob network, users can pick a city to send the Coke to, attach a text message and press a button that dispenses a drink at a specially designed vending machines in that city. The viewer can even watch as their Coke is delivered. The ad was created as part of Project Re:Brief in which Grow Interactive and agency Johannes Leonardo reimagined classic ads with a digital twist for the modern day. While Google commissioned it, Coca-cola also signed off on the ad. For more on the effort and Cannes judging, check out all our Cannes 2012 coverage.

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Credits

Date
Jun 19, 2012
Agency:
Johannes Leonardo
Client:
Google
Software/Design:
Fake Love
Lead Digital Agency:
Grow Interactive
Independent Contributor:
Harvey Gabor
Production Company:
Rebolucion
Editorial House:
Cosmo Street

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