Yekaterinburg is the fourth biggest Russian city in terms of population and it has a very poor quality of roads. Citizens and local media often complain about road holes but it has never shown efficiency. Ura.ru a local website decided to push it further and got street art artists to paint the faces of the governor, the mayor and the vice mayor of the city on three different potholes. A campaign that turned out to be efficient, getting politicians to actually solve that issue.

Here is an ad I really appreciated, specially from a visual arts perspective. This advertisement, created by Mullen Agency and Psyop productions, is part of the campaign “Plane Extraordinary” for FAGE yogurt, which also launched a new website and Twitter and Facebook pages. I really loved the slow-motion images, and I think they really are […]