2 teams – 4 shortlists!

Once again Kreativ Kommunikation is well represented @ DIA Future! Two teams from our second year are responsible for 4 out of 5 of the shortlists of this years competition (and the last entry on the shortlist is also created by a former student, Charlotte Boysen).

Here are the videos:

‘Night Break’ by Tau Rosenberg and Louise Skafte

‘Moody’ by Tau Rosenberg and Louise Skafte

‘At gøre ingenting’ by Morten Schmidt and Philip Bock

(translation: this is the worlds first Facebook event that invites you to ‘do nothing’.

‘Giv Slip’by Morten Schmidt and Philip Bock

Well done peeps – we are very proud!

Tammes and Mads strike again


Tammes and Mads from our third year, took a quick break from their internship at AKQA in Paris, to travel to Lisboa and compete in the Young Creatives Integrated advertising competition – and last night they took home a bronze for their work!

In the Young Creatives Integrated competition, young talent from all of Europe have just two days two days to show their skills. The competition is a challenging test of creative excellence and it’s a great way of getting noticed by the industry.

Mads and Tammes have already been doing well, they won the Danish YCCA competition in Digital this year and were chosen for Cream, a showcase of the 20 best graduate creative teams, and individuals chosen by top people from the industry.

We can’t wait to see their winning work!  But until then you can see their portfolio here!


Camilla, Stine and Jacob figured it out


This is how happy you look when your film has just been chosen as one of the 24 semi-finalist in Doritos’ Crash The Super Bowl competition. The teams spot ‘Jim figures it out’ was selected from 5420 entries from the entire world, and it is actually the only European film to make it to the semi-finals – pretty damn cool!

Welldone Camilla Agerskov, Stine Thorbøll and Jacob Nørremark. We’re so proud of the three of you!

Go give their spot some love on the Doritos site right here.

If the team should win the competition, their spot will be aired as the official Doritos Super Bowl spot and they’ll win 1 million dollars!

Crash the Super Bowl

For the 8th time in history Doritos has invited consumers to create their own Super Bowl ads. The winning ad gets aired as the official Doritos ad during Super Bowl plus a 1 million dollars prize! Crash the Super Bowl is the largest online video contest in the world and this time the competition is open for anyone in the world to join.

Our second year and first year students have produced some bold TV spots for the famous chips brand. If you like what you see, then please go to Doritos and rate the films to help them win!

Second year submissions:

By Kristoffer Winther Sørensen and Ole B. Hoffmann with their friends from outside KK: Søren Grinderslev Hansen and Kasper Rasmussen

By Philip Bock and Morten Schmidt

By Camilla Agerskov, Jacob Nørremark and Stine Thorbøll

By Christoffer Prisholm Højgaard, Benjamin Beckett and Simon Konski

By Louise Skafte, Caroline Sofie Have and Tau Bjørn Rosenberg

By Pernille Nivi Heidelbach

By Stefan Arnoldus Rasmussen, Dennis Petrus Nguyễn and Jakon Sommer Holmberg

First year submissions:

By Mads Schmidt, Peter Conlan, Sebastian Hartboel and Sebastian Drejer

By Katrine Winblad and Niklas Hultquist

By August Laustsen and Frederik Voetmann

By Eva Stehr Ebbensgaard and Lea Flodgaard

By Peter Grünewald, Andrew Rhodes Nørgaard and Camilla Søholt

By Freja-Ulla Krebz and Maria Marcher


By Andreas Lorentzen and Magnus Hasselberg

Bad Company

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It’s time for another great student start-up. This time it’s Simon Konski from our second year who is out to raise some money for his new game “Det dårlige selskab” or in English: “Bad Company”.

In the game you create crazy situations by combining score cards with the funniest answer cards. It works like this:


Score card:

I have a room in my basement for ____

Answer card:

 training rats to smuggle drugs

Simon has created the game with his friend Jeppeh who studies computer science, and they need YOUR help to make the dream come true. Check out “Det dårlige selskab” on the Danish crowd-founding site Boomerang and make your contribution right now!


Get out the popcorn!

It’s TV time!

The second year just finalized their TV module. This year they were asked to create ads for either the newspaper Information or the online dating site OK Cupid. And here are some of the results.

So dim the lights, turn up the sound, sit back, and enjoy!

First up is an idea for Information by Cat Shaw-Halford, Jakob Sommer Holmberg, Ole B. Hoffmann & Kristoffer Winther

15 second version (cutdown)

… and the full 60 second version

Next we have another idea for OK Cupid by Christoffer Prisholm, Pernille Nivi, Benjamin Beckett & Simon Konski

And, more Information by Stefan Arnoldus, Morten Schmidt, Jacob Nørremark, and Stine Thorbøll

A selection of 15 sec TVC’s for OK Cupid from Camilla Agerskov, Tom Carter, Emil Heegaard, and Tau B. Rosenberg

Last but not least we have a last Information idea for you by Philip Bock, Cathrine Understrup, Gustav Eskildsen, Louise Skafte

Aurora Youngsters

Congratulations to Ole Hoffmann & Kristoffer Winther from our second year who are nominated in the annual Aurora Youngster competition. This year the brief was to create a campaign idea for the competition itself, not an easy brief! Here’s their nominated idea …

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Carlsberg Brief Case Sessions

Carlsberg invited creatives from all over the world to crack big briefs at this years Cannes Lions awards. Several of our student teams joined the competition and came up with bright ideas in only 30 minutes.

Carlsberg has announced the 4 top ideas and 2 of them were created by students from our second year! You can vote on their ideas by liking their videos until the 15th of September.

Well-done Neela, Camilla, Casper and René.

Fingersurfing on Kickstarter

Our former student Toke Lotz and his Brother Regner Lotz have created this cool new toy for everyone who gets bored on long car trips. Now you can surf the breeze – with you fingers (and this nifty little board). The project has almost reached the 15.000 $ pledge but they need a few more backers to get all the way!

Check out the project on Kickstarter.com and make your pledge!


Introducing Sponsta

What if you could make a living out (or at least some pocket money) of all the time you spend posting to Instagram? This might very well come true thanks to this cool start up by Philip Bock from our second year!

Sponsta.com is a new service that connects brands and Instagrammers that match each other in style and culture. Which means that a business can turn relevant Instagrammers into their very own brand ambassadors. Along with the credit that goes with being associated with a great Instagrammer, the business will gain traffic to their website and new followers to their Instagram profile if they have one. The Instagrammer will receive a monthly fee for the effort, along with the status that goes with being an ambassador for a brand they vouch for.

How each sponsorship is put together in terms of price and time period, is up to the Instagrammer and the brand. Sponsta.com helps make the connection and administrating the sponsorships.

The Sponsta team is working hard on launching the platform, sign up at sponsta.com to be the first to know when it’s live and open for business.

You can also follow Sponsta here:


Sponsta from Philip Bock on Vimeo.