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PETA: Behind The Leather

With PETA’s objective to end the use of exotic skin, we aimed to get people who are blinded by luxury beauty to realize the animal suffering behind this brutal trade. We brought animal cruelty to light in a place most familiar to those craving for beauty in exotic leather. A luxury boutique store displaying a […]


Noble: Recreating The Bangkok Cityscape

While property developers are all claiming to be experts on location selection when it comes to urban condominiums, Noble wanted to amplify its ‘Be Different’ philosophy that sets them apart from their competitors. Six ariel maps of Noble condominium’s location were transformed into distinctive product designs of everyday essentials such as plate rest, hot pads, […]


Pornkasem Clinic: Lalin

Despite massive online fame, Lalin, however, is not satisfied with her lot in life. She struggles to accept her true self and seek inner peace. That void in her heart, is owing to an absolute mismatch between her online and offline persona. Lies ultimately become her life. This short film explores the relationship between social […]

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Cera: Cave Man

Household issues have been around forever. Today, however, every problem can be solved with Crocodile brand products.


AudioGear: Ferry/Small Plane/Bus/Big Plane

With the ability to cancel 85% of ambient noise, we use humour to highlight the effectiveness of AudioGear noise-cancelling headphones in situations of high noise pollution.

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Noble: Define The Difference

Noble Development is a leading property developer in Thailand, well-known for its unique take on architecture. Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok were briefed to create gift sets to represent Noble’s uncompromising approach in consistently applying its “be different” design philosophy over 20 projects and 25 years. Each of the 8 gift set designs they created were […]


Pornkasem: Face For Sale

Pornkasem Clinic used people with various skin problems and turned them into human billboards for thirty days. In exchange, these people got free skin treatments.