YCCA Digital winners!

Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen and Frederik Voetmann managed to scoop up the YCCA digital prize at the Creative Circle Awards this year! Well done guys! (and big congrats to all the other ex-KK winners!). Here is their winning idea again …


“Tag et tegn” / Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen / KK2 / YCCA 2015 Winner!

Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen, YCCA 2015 Digital winners with Karina Tørnsø & Sebastian Artmann Riemer (KK 2011-2014); Louis Pilmark & Jeppe H. Ritz (KK 2010-2013) and Rikke Wehner Hein & Sigrid Van Beusekom.

Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen, YCCA 2015 Digital winners with Karina Tørnsø & Sebastian Artmann Riemer (KK 2011-2014); Louis Pilmark & Jeppe H. Ritz (KK 2010-2013) and Rikke Wehner Hein & Sigrid Van Beusekom.

YCCA shortlists for 2015!

No fewer than six teams from KK have made it onto the YCCA (Young Creative Circle Awards) shortlist for 2015 in advertising, film and digital! The brief this year was for the Danish Deaf Association. Our 3rd-year students, Kristoffer Winther Sørensen & Ole B. Hoffmann are also nominated in the main CCA (Creative Circle Awards) for their self-promotional piece, the “Sorry we didn’t show up clock”. Let’s cross fingers for the big night on 8 May 2015! Here is the nominated work …


“Anderledes” / Jesper Sichlau & Andreas Arnaa / KK1 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist


“Tag et tegn” / Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen / KK2 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist

Kom-og-snak“Tal med os” / Jeppe Vidstrup & Edmond Dukaj / KK1 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist / Copy: “You already speak our language. Do it with us.”

YCCA_2015_KK1_1“UhøfligeHænder” / Kristine Nørgaard & Christina Anaya Mortensen / KK1 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist / Headline: “Is it rude to talk with food in your hands?” / Copy: “It’s not about doing things 100 % correct, when you communicate with a deaf person. Humor also exists in sign language”.

KK / YCCA shortlist 2015 / Peter Conlan Sebastian Hartboel“Det I ikke siger” / Sebastian Hartbøl & Peter Conlan / KK2 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist / Headline: “The only thing we do not understand are the things you do not say” / Copy: “Don’t be afraid to talk to a deaf person. It is easier than you think”.

KK_YCCA_2015_2“Højtaler” / Eva Ebbensgaard & August Laustsen / KK2 / YCCA 2015 Shortlist / Copy: “Don’t be afraid to use your body when communicating with a deaf person. Your movements are sound to them”.

KK_CCA_2015“Sorry we didn’t show up clock” / Kristoffer Winther Sørensen & Ole B. Hoffmann / KK3 / CCA 2015 Shortlist

Four DIA Future 2015 shortlists!

Four teams from DMJX: Kreativ Kommunikation 1st, 2nd and 3rd year have been shortlisted in the DIA Future 2015 awards! Big congrats to Marie Christine Frederiksen & Uffe Charles Trærup for “MadØrer”; Eva Ebbensgaard & August Laustsen for “Køb en kilometer”; Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen for “Emojis til måltid”; and Philip Bock & Morten Schmidt for “Donér en Döner”. See the shortlisted work below …


KK 1 / Marie Christine Frederiksen & Uffe Charles Trærup / “MadØrer” / DIA Future 2015 Shortlist


KK 2 / Eva Ebbensgaard & August Laustsen / “Køb en kilometer” / DIA Future 2015 Shortlist


KK 2 / Frederik Voetmann & Niklas Frederik Hultquist Andersen / “Emojis til måltid” / DIA Future 2015 Shortlist


KK 3 / Philip Bock & Morten Schmidt / “Donér en Döner” / DIA Future 2015 Shortlist

Telmore Play

Recently our hard working second year students worked with Telmore Play a mobile telephone product that includes added features such as online films, music, series and magazines. Here are some of their solutions:

Andreas Green Lorentzen, Frederik Voetmann, Jesper Wendelbo Lindeløv and Sebastian Risom Drejer:

Telmore Play – “Undskyld” from Andreas Green Lorentzen on Vimeo.

Niklas Hultquist Andersen, August Laustsen, Maria Marcher, Magnus Hasselberg:

TELMORE – MOVIESNAPS from Niklas Hultquist on Vimeo.

Peter Conlan, Andrew Rhodes Nørgaard, Luis Holmes, Mads Schmidt Hansen:

Telmore Play – Fight boredom! from Peter Conlan on Vimeo.

YCCA nominations are in … !

Well done to the following KK teams (from 1st, 2nd and 3rd year) for their shortlist nominations at this year’s YCCA (Young Creative Circle Award) and CCA (Creative Circle Award) … super work guys!

* Niklas Hultquist Andersen & Casper Christensen for “Tæt på” (Advertising)

* Malte Sebastian Gaarde
 & Karina Tørnsø Johannesen for “Herpesklubben” (Advertising)
… and “Hemmeligheder” (Film)

* Camilla Berlick 
& Neela Menik Wedage for “Guitar” (Film)

* Mads Haugsted Rasmussen & Tammes Alexander Thomsen Bernstein for “+tilfælles” (Digital)

The following students are nominated in the main competition (CCA):

* Sebastian Artmann from our 3rd-year is nominated with Rasmus Petersen and Lasse Bækbo Hinke from HalbyeKaag JWT for two radio spots Hamley’s “Barbie” (Radio) and Hamley’s “Racerbane” (Radio)

* Philip Bock & Stefan Arnoldus Rasmussen from our 2nd-year are nominated with Benjamin Bang
 and Rasmus Høgdall
 from Digital Agency, Konstellation for #happybeertime in no fewer than four categories: Brand driven apps and utilities, social media campaigns, ambient and the digital ‘Special Circle’ award! Wow! Fingers crossed for the Awards night!

See the YCCA nominations below:

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by Camilla Berlick 
& Neela Menik Wedage


by Mads Haugsted Rasmussen & Tammes Alexander Thomsen Bernstein


by Malte Sebastian Gaarde
 & Karina Tørnsø Johannesen

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!

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:

facebook.com/sponsta
Twitter.com/sponsta

Sponsta from Philip Bock on Vimeo.

Busy Bees

Two of our student teams from our 3rd year are nominated in the Bees awards! The Bees is an international social media marketing award. Both teams are nominated in the Best Student Work category!

Congratulations to Jeppe Ritz, Louis Pilmark, Pete Ashworth and Carl Ejlers!


By Jeppe Jeppe Hundahl Ritz amp; Louis Alexander Ree Pilmark


By Pete Ashworth and Carl Ejlers

Back to the Future

Here are the KK student submissions for the Future Lions 2013 competition – As always the assignment is simple: To create an advertising idea that could not have been made 5 years ago. Hold on to your hover board!

The first batch is from our first years.

 


By Dennis Petrus Nguyen together with Christopher Lassen from Interactive Design


By Philip Alexander Bock and Stefan Arnoldus Rasmussen


By Ole B. Hoffmann and Jacob Nørremark


By Kristoffer Winther Sørensen and Mads Naumann from the Interactive Design course


By Louise Skafte Louise Skafte and Nivi Heidelbach


By Stefan Arnoldus Rasmussen and Jakob Sommer Holmberg


By Cathrine Understrup and Stefan Arnoldus Rasmussen


By Philip Alexander Bock

 

The second year students have done this lot!


By Neela Wedage and Director Camilla Berlick


By Line Johnsen and Lea Brisell


By Janus Flagstad and Jacob Unna


By Sune Overby Neela Wedage


By Sune Overby and Neela Wedage


By Trine Qvistgaard and Tammes Bernstein


By Camilla Berlick and Nina Halvorsen


By Sebastian Artmann and Adam Haxholdt


By Christian Riskær Pedersen and Malte Gaarde


By Casper Christensen & René Schultz


By Casper Christensen & René Schultz


By Neela Menik Wedage & René Schultz

 

And, even though they are in the middle of their final exams, here are some entries from our third year students.


By Jeppe Ritz and Louis Pilmark


By Pete Ashworth and Carl Ejlers


By Pete Ashworth and Carl Ejlers


By Carl Gustav


By Tobias Løvschall-Wedel and Jeppe Sommer Kuld


By Jeppe Sommer Kuld and Mathias Malling Mortensen

We have never had so many entries for the Future Lions Award – fingers crossed!