We are proud and happy that the FWA have awarded our work for Goliath Sportswear and the international campaign for Premium INC as their Site of the Day, the Webby Honoree and the Dope award.
This is one of the first productions coming out of this newly started agency and we are humbly accepting all appreciation. The work for Goliath was very rewarding in it´s ambitions to genuinely meet, connect and portray craftsmanship communities all over Europe. Doing this together with a truly inspiring (and demanding) client, we had great fun in creating and combining great design, video and story telling. Thanks to all involved and check it out here. !!- Updated !!- Also thanks to DopeAwards for their award! !! Updated – Now also a Webby Nominee for Best Visual Design Aestethic.
When about to launch a new innovative mobile app in one of the most competitive markets in the world, you might need some help. Kwiff asked for three weeks consultancy that ended up being two years full-time work and relocating to London – and a unique brand finding almost a million new customers.
Morgenland is producing digital applications on iPhone and Android for Mercedes-Benz, based on their desire to strengthen its brand and connect deeper with its core customers through their mobile devices.
Viaplay is the leading digital streaming service provider in the Nordics and is owned by listed international broadcasting group MTG. Viaplay offers premium film, series and sports rights to all Nordic households and competes with Netflix, HBO and other SVOD and traditional Pay-TV operators.
Swish is a service collaboration between Sweden’s six largest banks and the only co-operation they have made since the 1950’s.The service is a mobile application that enables users to instantly move money from one mobile to another.
Not everyday you get to work with a Hollywood legend. Mr Henriksen is the only man that has been killed by Terminator, Alien and Predator. A legendary actor used to working with the biggest movies, franchises and directors. All we wanted was to hear him say “Kaboo”.