First off this week must be PUMA and Droga5 for the "After Hours Athlete". Just seems like a perfect fit for the brand and something you can watch over and over with delight...
For their 30th Anniversary Post-It created a huge piece of art in New York's Grand Central Terminal made entirely of 100,000 Super Sticky notes.
Here's a cool series of ads from MOMA Sao Paulo/Brazil. See the Skype and Facebook versions here.
Really like what American Express is up to with their "Unstaged Series" which is an exclusive music experience for card members and music enthusiasts alike; 5 concerts starting with Arcade Fire and their channel. Read the full release from Amex here.
Nike has created a film series celebrating the five boroughs of New York. The effort is called 1Love for the Air Force 1. The effort centers around the World Basketball Festival going on this weekend in New York.
One important use of creativity is partnership creation. Who out there can share the load with us and make something more interesting? Here's an example of that. Dr. Kenneth Montague is a dentist in Canada who's sharing his business card with Sweet Thrills, a candy store. MacLaren McCann/Toronto created.
I love Tumblr. And one of the most interesting sites on Tumblr has to be The Ace Hotel. It's terrific. Always fresh content that's about way more than just price and deals... And how 'bout that line: "Everything Will Be Okay."
And finally, readers of Campaign Planning are probably aware of Jet Blue's saga this week with employee Steven Slater. The web was immediately all over the airline. But (with criticism by many) Jet Blue took 48 hours and then released a short, single blog post that "responded to the entire internet."