Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
Photo: Ana Ivandić
SOF JURY PRESIDED BY ANA IVANDIĆ, BRANIMIR BRKLJAČ AND SLAVIMIR STOJANOVIĆ MEMBERS
Slovenian Advertising Chamber, the organizer of the Slovenian Advertising Festival (SOF), which this year will be held April 7 and 8 at the Kempinski Hotel in Portorož, this year changed the criteria for selection of members of the jury and its chairperson. Board of the competition program of SOF this year to the jury called individuals who create communication solutions in Slovenian space, as well as those with international experience, who live and work outside Slovenia, where their work reaps success. As they say, this way they intend to provide greater autonomy and at the same time greater responsibility of the jury and its members.
The jury will be chaired by Ana Ivandić, who before coming to the Edition Digital spent 22 years as part of the creative team of Formitas BBDO. The jury members are storyteller Branimir Brkljač, best known as the co-founder of Studio Moderna; Samo Geršak, Creative Director at the agency Luna TBWA; Uroš Goričan, Creative Director of Publicis Groupe Slovenia; Anže Jereb, Executive Creative Director at the agency BBDO Ukraine and a board member of ADC*UA; Žare Kerin, Creative Director at Futura DDB; Petra Krulc, Executive Creative Director at the agency Grey; Slavimir Stojanović, a designer of visual communication in the studio Futro Belgrade; and Jernej Špende, digital strategist at agency Pristop.
PRESS CLIPPING AGAIN THIS YEAR THE PROUD PARTNER OF PRO.PR CONFERENCE
Press Clipping invites PRs to join them at the largest regional conference from 8 to 10 April at hotel Splendid, in Bečići (Montenegro).
All who sign up by the end of February are entitled to discount price, which is 380 euros and includes the registration fee with accommodation at the hotel on full board basis.
Conference participants will have the opportunity to listen to top speakers: Prof.Dr. Georg Dieter Herbst and Prof.Dr. Thomas Musiolik (University of Berlin), Isabel Evans (Facebook), Irena Šarić Dombaj (L’Oreal Adria), Sergey Sokolov (SPN Communications, Ukraine), Prof.Dr. Elena Getmanskaya (Hermitage Museum, St.Petersburg), Julia Gryaznova (Russian Association for Public Relations), Zeynep Dereli (APCO, Turkey) and many others.
All information on www.pro-pr.com
EXHIBITION BY DRAGOSAVAC RUTO: READ DESIGN! MAGAZINES AND JOURNALS OF ‘90S AND 2000S
On Thursday, 25 February 2016, at 19h in the HDD Gallery Zagreb, opens an exhibition Read Design / Magazines and Journals of 90’s and 2000’s, by graphic designer Dejan Dragosavac Ruto. The exhibition aims to present in one place the production of the renowned designer of the middle generation, Dejan Dragosavac Ruto, in the journals and magazines, which are an important part of his design oeuvre of almost two decades. The exhibition includes works created since the late 90’s to the present and includes Ruto’s design for publications such as Arkzin, Godine Nove, Nomad, Libre Libere, Gordogan, Frakcija and Up&Underground.
NIKE TERMINATES ENDORSEMENT DEAL WITH MANNY PACQUIAO OVER HOMOPHOBIC REMARKS
Nike has announced that they have terminated sponsorship for Manny Pacquiao over his homophobic remarks made on Filipino TV, saying people in same-sex relationships are “worse than animals”. The brand announced that they find Manny’s comments abhorrent, and underlined that “Nike strongly opposes discrimination of any kind and has a long history of supporting and standing up for the rights of the LGBT community.” Pacquiao made the controversial remarks during an interview that ran in the Philippines on Monday, and has issued an apology in a Facebook post Tuesday, writing “I’m sorry for hurting people by comparing homosexuals to animals. Please forgive me for those I’ve hurt. I still stand on my belief that I’m against same-sex marriage because of what the Bible says, but I’m not condemning LGBT. I love you all with the love of the Lord. God Bless you all, and I’m praying for you.”
SYMPHONY IN SWIMSUITS
Romanian Symphonic Orchestra recently did a flash-mob at a Bucharest spa center.
Therme Bucharest, the biggest spa with thermal waters built from scratch in Europe, hosted a first – a cultural moment from Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra.
The event was a celebration for center’s launch and its success: over 100,000 visitors in less then a month since launch.
Over 80 instrument players surprised the visitors of the complex with a spontaneous show in which Romanian Rhapsody by George Enescu and Radetzky March by Johann Strauss were performed in an unconventional interpretation. (AdHugger)
ANDROID TESTS OUT WHAT A PIANO WOULD SOUND LIKE IF IT HAD ONLY ONE NOTE
Google’s latest salvo in its Android campaign puts its “Be Together. Not the Same” slogan to the test with a very unusual piano.
Droga5 created the “Monotune” piano so that every key plays the same note — Middle C — which, as you can see in a behind-the-scenes video bellow, was quite a feat of engineering, involving much sawing and drilling. It then asked Ji-Yong Kim, a professional pianist, to play a Beethoven piano sonata, first beautifully on a normal piano, and then turning to the hacked piano. The result is something pretty amazing to watch — and it’s a good illustration of the tagline.
Here is the Behind the scenes video:
Interestingly, it’s the second time we’ve seen a piano analogy in adland recently; last month, Kia used the idea of Middle C being boring, but fundamental, to a piano in an Optima ad narrated by Christopher Walken. (AdAge)