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Idea

To już trzecia edycja Imagination Day. W ubiegłym roku w seminariach i pokazie wzięło udział łącznie ponad 1000 osób. Od początku przyświeca nam jeden cel: inspirowanie ludzi do twórczego myślenia, poprzez pobudzanie wyobraźni, pokazywanie najlepszych case study, budowanie przestrzeni służącej wymianie myśli i doświadczeń. Niezależnie od tego, czy jesteś po stronie agencyjnej (kreatywnej, digitalowej, mediowej, designerskiej, etc.), czy klienckiej. Niezależnie od stanowiska.

PRELEGENCI

7 listopada Multikino Złote Tarasy Warszawa

Goście seminariów to ludzie z wizją i pasją: dyrektorzy kreatywni wiodących agencji, zwycięzcy i prelegenci międzynarodowych festiwali reklamowych, ale też wyjątkowo inspirujący indywidualni twórcy, artyści z dziedzin okołoreklamowych, jak technologia, digital, muzyka, film, fotografia.
W tym roku swoją obecność potwierdzili już przedstawiciele takich firm jak: Behance, AlmapBBDO Sao Paulo, TBWA\Shanghai, The NetworkOne, Hasan & Partners, Voskhod.

  • Diego Machado

    Diego
    Machado

    Ogilvy

  • Dwayne Koh

    Dwayne
    Koh

    TBWA

  • Egor Gavrilin

    Egor
    Gavrilin

    Voskhod

  • Eka Ruola

    Eka
    Ruola

    Hasan & Partners

  • Hugo Veiga

    Hugo
    Veiga

    Ogilvy

  • Julian Boulding

    Julian
    Boulding

    The NetworkOne

  • Luciana Haguiara

    Luciana
    Haguiara

    AlmapBBDO

  • Matias Corea

    Matias
    Corea

    Behance

  • Sergio del Puerto

    Sergio
    del Puerto

    Serial Cut

  • Andreas_Muller

    Paulo
    Martins

    Freelance Creative Director

  • Andreas_Muller

    Andreas
    Muller

    Nanika

  • Diego
    Machado

    Ogilvy

    Diego Machado, 27 years living from maths teacher to art director. Failed musician. Failed soccer player too. Beer packaging designer from 2007 to 2009. Then he moved to the US to work at CP+B Boulder as an Art Director. The same year, he was awarded as student at D&AD, Clio, Archive and MiamiAdSchool GlobalBestWork. Now, he develops campaigns at Ogilvy&Mather Brazil for brands like Coca-Cola, Claro, Burger King, Motorola, Dove, IBM and Kraft Foods.

    This year, he was nominated as Brazilian Young Lion in two categories: Art Direction and Film.

    Him and his team partner - Hugo Veiga - entered the list of "Creatives you should meet in 2013" by the prestigious magazine Creativity. In June, they won 23 Lions with 5 different projects, including the Titanium Grand Prix, 11 Golds and 6 silvers.

  • Dwayne
    Koh

    TBWA

    Curiosity might have killed the cat. But what it did to the cat, it never did to Dwayne. From a young age. He's always had a curious nature. From tasting his poo floating in the bowl. To electrocuting himself with cables while creating stomp boxes.

    That curiosity with cables and electricity lead to his studies in computer engineering. Realizing that the field of engineering was not the ideal place to be finding a relationship (ratio of guys to girls >10). He dived into the music business after graduation, producing and recording bands with Leaf Records and getting them heard on BBC Radio's Peel Sessions.

    Feeling a tugging need for creative exploration, he went back to school. Almost failing his final year project but at the same time using the same work to win student of the year in interactive design at the circle awards was a mind boggling surprise, so mind boggling that he jumped into advertising, landing headfirst into AKQA, surprising himself again.

    Living the philosophy of B.L. - Running water never grows stale, so you have to 'keep on flowing'. He sat him out to keep flowing and explore outside of Singapore. His adventure to discover China, at the stroke of the 2nd millennia @1234HRS, on a motorbike from Beijing to North Korea also brought him tumbling across China's advertising network of Ogilvy&Mather, Saatchi&Saatchi and W+K, meeting and learning from the most amazing people around him.

    Now at TBWA Digital Arts Network, after a decade of experience in China(A really scary thought) he leads his charges in China on an eclectic mix of clients from General Electric, Adidas Original/Neo Fashion, Disney, Coach to Absolut Vodka. 

    All this time looking forward to the next snowfall to start again, to begin grinding his snowboard, as bleeding and bruising from skateboarding doesn't seem as fun anymore.

  • Egor
    Gavrilin

    Voskhod

    Egor Gavrilin is a copywriter in Voskhod, creative agency №1 in Russia for the past two years according to Russian Association of Creative Agencies rating. He studied in Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, and was hired by BBDO Moscow 3 years before his graduation. After working there for 3,5 years there he joined Voskhod and by now has been working in its Moscow office for 1,5 years.

  • Eka
    Ruola

    Hasan & Partners

    Eka Ruola is one of the most awarded creative directors in Finland. For two years he has been both the CEO and ECD of hasan & partners, a Helsinki-based creative powerhouse. Under Eka's lead, hasan & partners has been selected as the number one agency in Finland two years in a row by Finnish marketers. This year hasan & partners also become The Agency of the Year by the national trade press, Marketing & Advertising. Eka is also a frequent jury member in national and international award shows, including Cannes Lions, CLIO Awards, Golden Drum and Moscow International.

  • Hugo
    Veiga

    Ogilvy

    Hugo Veiga, was born in Porto, Portugal in 1980. He began his career at McCann Erickson - Lisbon, after winning a national competition for young creatives. In 2004, he won the Young Creatives Competition of the International Advertising Festival in Portuguese language (Sinos), which gave him the oportunity to start working in Brazil.

    This year, him and his team partner - Diego Machado - entered the list of "Creatives you should meet in 2013" by the prestigious magazine Creativity.

    In June, they won 23 Lions with 5 different projects, including the Titanium Grand Prix, 11 Golds and 6 Silver.

  • Julian
    Boulding

    The NetworkOne

    Julian Boulding is President of thenetworkone, which he co-founded in 2003.

    thenetworkone provides “open source creativity” and communications services from independent agencies, for a growing number of leading international marketing companies. Clients include Dyson, Exxon Mobil, Glenfiddich, Johnson & Johnson, Nokia, Prudential, Rosetta Stone and Technogym.

    thenetworkone also helps independent agencies develop their own business internationally, through providing international partners, resources and professional development programs.  

    Julian began his career in advertising sales, before working in independent agencies in London. He then joined the DMB&B Group, now part of Publicis, where he spent fourteen years in a succession of senior roles. While with DMB&B, he lived and worked in UK, Europe, Latin America and USA, co-ordinating international advertising campaigns for companies like Procter & Gamble, M&M Mars, Avon and Philips Electronics.

    Julian is a graduate of Cambridge University. He is a Fellow of the Marketing Society in London and is currently supporting the establishment of a Marketing Society of India.

    He is a regular speaker at industry events including Cannes, Golden Drum, Golden Hammer, Eurobest, Dubai Lynx and Spikes Asia; and a co-publisher, with Campaign magazine in London, of “The World’s Leading Independent Agencies”

  • Luciana
    Haguiara

    AlmapBBDO

    As a Digital Creative Director, Luciana Haguiara embraces the importance and the ability of creative solutions in the digital environment to bring memorable and useful experiences to people.

    She has helped lead the agency AlmapBBDO to the second position among the most awarded digital companies in the Gunn Report ranking by delivering creative solutions to clients such as Volkswagen, Havaianas, Getty Images, Greenpeace, Gol Airlines, Pepsi, InBev and Visa, among others.

    She has won countless creativity awards and has served as jury member at some of the industry’s most prestigious awards such as Cannes Cyber Lions, D&AD, Google Creative Sandbox, Wave Festival, CCSP and was the President of the Interactive and Mobile juries at El Ojo de Iberoamerica in 2012.

    Having started her career as an offline copywriter at agencies such as JWT and Publicis, later she found her true passion, while working at OgilvyInteractive, when she started creating ideas that could bring people and technology together.

  • Matias
    Corea

    Behance

    Born and raised in Barcelona, I graduated in Graphic Design from La Massana Art School. In my early years, I was very influenced by the omnipresence of electronic music in Barcelona. Working for multiple DJs and clubs, I found a canvas to explore the boundaries of graphic design and expression. This is where I developed an awareness of the crucial importance of the communication aspect of design. My studio space at this time was in my father’s architecture studio. There I found a love for architecture which strongly influenced me and brought an inherent order to my design work.

    This geeky passion for organizing information found its home in New York.

    My American career began with AR Media, working under the guidance of Michael Ian Kaye. He instilled in me a respect for design and typography as art forms and his dedication continues to inspire me every day.

    Ten  year later, I continue to work on print design, but now I focus on interaction design. As Co-Founder and Chief Designer of Behance –a company dedicated to organizing the creative world, I have led the brand identity and design of all Behance products– including the Behance Network, ProSite, The 99% Conference & Magazine, and Action Method, amongst others.

    My work has earned a Type Director’s Award and several Webby nominations and honoree awards, as well as the distinction of being named finalist at the SXSW Interactive Awards for two years running.

  • Sergio
    del Puerto

    Serial Cut

    Serial Cut™ is a Spanish design studio established in Madrid in 1999 by Sergio del Puerto that focuses on art direction for international advertising projects; it makes slick, clean and bold images - using real tactile sets or 3D - and typography has an important role; and in an updated visión, pop culture, luxury and surrealism are all encompassed.

    The studio works alongside an ever-growing team of professionals who specialize in different areas such as photography, design, motion graphics and 3D design. Depending on the nature of a given project, different contributors are chosen to give each piece a new dimension. Their main clients include worldwide ad agencies and big and small companies from the entertainment, arts and culture industries.

    Inspiration comes from current and past decades, but it is always reviewed and renewed, and today it has a contemporary look.

    “Serial Cut™ has a genuine stamp, embracing pop culture, luxury and surrealism at the same time. A fantastic alchemy of elements that cleverly bring tridimensional representation into an unmistakable graphic and iconic style.” Alex Trochut

    Here´s a list of the main clients which Serial Cut™ have worked with:

    Absolut, Adobe, AT&T, BlackBerry, Burger King, Canal+, Channel4, Coca-Cola, Diesel Fragrances, Dodge, Foot Locker, Freia, General Electric, Heineken, HvA Design School, L´Auditori, Lexus, LG, Lladró, Maria Canals, Martini, McDonald´s, Microsoft Xbox, Microsoft Zune, MTV, MUSAC, Nickelodeon, Nike, Pepe Jeans, Powerade, Puma, Rolling Stone, Sony Bravia, Sony PlayStation, The Guardian, The NY Times Magazine, Toyota, TriNa, VISA, Vivendi, Vodafone, Volkswagen, YourSingapore.

    Serial Cut™ is also represented worldwide in USA, China, UK, SPain, France, Netherlands and Italy.

    The studio launched with Index Book their book "ExtraBold.", that compiles all their works through 320 pages with extra content via Augmented Reality.

  • Paulo
    Martins

    Freelance Creative Director

    In the past five years as an independent creative director, art director and photographer, Paulo has won high-profile awards with five different agencies (Wieden+Kennedy, 72andSunny, 180Amsterdam), including last year's CannesLions Press Grand Prix with Benetton's 'Unhate' campaign.

    He has worked globally for Nike, Adidas, Mini/BMW, Benetton, Coca-Cola, Heineken, a.o.

  • Andreas
    Muller

    Nanika

    Andreas' early career included working as Rich Media Director at the world renowned design studio Hi-ReS! for 5 years before founding Nanika together with Hi-ReS! founder Florian Schmitt, to create a company focused on up and coming technology.

    On top of his contributions to various award winning projects while at Hi-ReS!, in 2005 he was awarded the prestigious Tokyo Type Directors Club Grand Prix for his piece “For All Seasons”, the first and (so far) only interactive piece to receive the Grand Prix.

    In 2007, his pieces “Wind” and “SwimmingMessageSystem”, created for Nokia's Flagship Stores were selected by Wired magazine to go on display at the yearly Wired NextFest festival.  

    In 2009, Nanika worked on a groundbreaking mix of interactive and video visuals for Diesel's S/S 09 show in New York.

    2011 saw Nanika bring their love for strong visuals and high technology to the Kasabian 2011 tour, creating unique interactive visuals for a number of their songs.

    A well known figure in the digital art scene, Andreas takes great delight in pushing the boundaries of digital expression.

agenda

Rejestracja

Powitanie gości

Julian Boulding

thenetworkone

eka ruola

Hasan & Partners

Egor Gavrilin

Voskhod

The Independent Agency Showcase Julian will explore the trends behind recent great work, looking at what’s winning awards at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity and, why. Be prepared to be inspired and hear challenging views on the creative industry from two of the best independent agencies in the world today.

Dwayne Koh

TBWA Shanghai

The Creative Pulse of China. Come join me as I take you on a journey of inspiration. / We will travel through time, oh yes we will! Get inspired from China's past + present + future. * What will it mean for you and me = 42.

PRZERWA KAWOWA

Andreas Muller

Nanika

Having a bit of fun while making a living. Thoughts, questions, and some answers around running a business and creating digital art for clients. A look at past Nanika's projects while discussing some of the issues they run into, approaches they take and advice they sometimes fail to take themselves.

Luciana Haguiara

AlmapBBDO

Trying to keep it simple What made AlmapBBDO one of the most creatives agencies in the world. How do we keep the work consistent in a digital era. Simplicity to tell a story. Simplicity in the use of technology. Simplicity to engage people. What is the Brazilian creativity that we are talking about.

PRZERWA OBIADOWA (WE WŁASNYM ZAKRESIE)

Sergio del Puerto

Serial Cut™

Surreal pop imaginary Sergio del Puerto will show a selection of the best and most representative projects of the studio, mixing "making of" videos to understand the process of making the Serial Cut™ style: a mix between pop culture and surrealism

Hugo Veiga & Diego Machado

Ogilvy Sao Paulo

Become a creative Godzilla with the powers of Roger Milla. See how the best Cameroon player of all times can turn you into a successful creative.

PRZERWA KAWOWA

Matias Corea

Behance

Building Behance: The Journey form Designer To Entrepreneur

Paulo Martins

Freelance Creative Director

Assume Nothing Why do expectations limit our imagination? Why do we let expectations limit our life? Architecture student drop-out, failed recording musician, part-time photographer, triple father and accidental ad man, Paulo will share the creative dividends of his successful, non-formatted life mantra: fuck expectations.

Pokaz
Cannes
Lions

Godz.: 19.30 Multikino Złote Tarasy Warszawa

Wieczorny pokaz najlepszych reklam i kampanii reklamowych, nagrodzonych w tegorocznej edycji najbardziej prestiżowego konkursu reklamowego na świecie - Cannes Lions, w kategoriach Film oraz Titanium & Integrated, już na stałe wpisał się w kalendarz branżowych jesiennych wydarzeń, których nie można przegapić.

W tym roku pokazy również 7 listopada o godz.: 19.30 w Multikinie: Wrocław Arkady Wrocławskie, Kraków, Poznań Stary Browar, Gdynia i Łódź (Silver Screen)! Pokaz w Warszawie poprzedzony będzie wręczeniem statuetek polskim agencjom, które doceniono na tegorocznym Festiwalu oraz zostanie nagrodzony najlepszy team konkursu Young Creatives Eurobest.

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