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It’s official, Chili’s has entered its hot girl era.
Shameless plug: my first campaign at Mischief @ No Fixed Address.
Brian McKnight—Chili’s 3 for Me Remix
What would you do if you saw a waiter at Chili’s who happens to look a lot like Brian McKnight and claims he’s not Brian McKnight but also just happens to sing Chili’s ‘3 for Me’ deal like a classic 90s R&B music video? You’d get the coke, chips, and chicken crispers.
Apparently “Back To One” is charting at karaoke bars across America, which was the true goal of the campaign.
Agency: Mischief / GCD: Howard Finkelstein / GCD: Ross Fletcher / Copy Writer: Patrick LaBelle / Role: Art Director
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Fashion Cramps by MRM Spain – Over-the-counter Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) medication Buscopan crashes London Fashion Week with an editorial spread that we can all relate to.
Black Hair Is Professional by Ogilvy – Dove & LinkedIn are fighting workplace race-based hair discrimination.
It Starts With a Swipe by Mischief – Celebrates all the various ways Gen Z defines relationships.
Who's Next? by Orchard – Silk taps nepo babies to sport their version of a NextMilk mustache.
Yellow Sticker Cookbook by Uncommon Creative Studio – No more food waste with this AI-powered app that helps you build meals from the random depths of your fridge.
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Sole Music by And Us - With the streaming service, Anghami developed an insole that allows the hearing impaired to feel their music.
Hilton’s 10-Minute TikTok by TBWA\Chiat\Day NY – As part of its current platform, ‘It Matters Where You Stay,’ they broke TikTok’s short and sweet rule to have Paris Hilton and a million influencers keep your attention. It worked on me.
BAGuette by Panera – I’m a little tired of limited-run products, but this made me LOL.
🚨The Kennedys by Wieden+Kennedy – Applications are now live for the class of 2023. Forward this to the creative genius you know.
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Art and Research about Surveillance, Privacy, and Computer Vision by Adam Harvey – Uses art to find the holes in AI development.
The Process By Mike Smith – Of Smith & Diction, released a gorgeous step-by-step brand identity process. Hence "the process."
@tuongkhuyenle – Insane poster work.
The Backrooms (Found Footage) by Kane Parsons – 17-year-old creator has been tapped by A24 to create his first feature-length horror movie.
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The Love/Hate List by Dream Baby Press – Has the hot reccos.
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