Wow, the best in the world!

Kreativ Kommunikation students took a total of four out of only 20 places at the international Cream Portfolio Exhibition in London. The annual show is judged by super-famous Creative Directors and attracts talent from around the world. It was hosted by global recruiters, The Talent Business, at the prestigious BBH offices in central London. Here the portfolio sites of the wonderful KK winners:
Philip Bock & Morten Schmidt, ; Lea Brisell, and Line Johnsen, Well done guys, a fantastic achievement!

KK Cream winners 2014 - Lea Philip & Morten and Line.

KK Cream winners 2014 – Lea Brisell, Philip Bock & Morten Schmidt and Line Johnsen.

TV Concepts

The KK2 students did some really great work during their three week ‘TV Concepts’ course. Andreas Green Lorentzen, Anna Katrine Winblad Nielsen, Viva Eva Brincher Galbiati and Eva Stehr Ebbensgaard made ‘Lotto – Held i spil‘ and Frederik Voetman, Lea Flodgaard Madsen, Sebastian Hartbøl Eskesen and Hugo Roberts did ‘Lotto – for let’. 

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.

KK in Cannes 2014!

We’re on study tour at the International Cannes Lion Festival of Creativity with the 2nd-year students … and having a blast! Some first and third year students joined as well for the sunshine and inspiration. Frederik Voetmann (from the 1st-year) is also attending the Roger Hatchuel Academy and barely has time for beer as they pump him full of adformation from morning ’til night! For the rest of us it’s just another day of great seminars, amazing work, celeb-spotting, free beer, google cocktails, networking and inspiration. Does it get any better?


Three winners at the international D&AD New Blood Awards!

No fewer than THREE teams from our amazing KK 2nd year have won prestigious ‘In Book’ Awards at the international 2014 D&AD New Blood Awards! This is big!!! So, huge congratulations to Olé Hoffmann & Kristoffer Sørensen for Ben&Jerry’s Cool by Nature, Philip Bock & Morten Schmidt for Domestos Money Laundry and Stefan Rasmussen & Jacob Nørremark for Project Scapegoat. A really great achievement! Well done guys!

Popcorn & Ice-cream!

Our 2nd-year students made new popcorn and ice-cream brands from scratch in their Brand Creation course. We got some top creatives in to inspire: Jan Godsk talked branded content; Mia Lykkegaard & Katrine Jo Madsen (Uncle Grey) gave an inside look at ONLY’s The Liberation; Emil Hartvig (e-types) rocked brand identity; Pelle Martin (SpringSummer) showed brilliant digital work; Gry Strange Echwald gave valuable input on Art Direction and award-winning, U.K. writer, Nick Asbury (Asbury&Asbury), spoke about brand names and Writing & Design. Mia & Kat returned with Design Director, Michael Mandrup, to cast expert eyes over the final work. So … d-d-digital drumroll … after many late nights, brutal decisions and medium-to-large epiphanies, may we present …


Torrent Popcorn© created by Olé Hoffmann & Kristoffer Winther Sørensen
Snowflakes&Mushrooms© created by Benjamin Beckett & Jakob Holmberg
Pop Inventions© created by Catherine Understrup
A world of TINY© created by Pernille Nivi Heidelbach & Camilla Agerskov
Brainfreeze Ice-cream© created by Dennis Petrus Nguyen & Andreas Kvist
Flip ‘n Sip© created by Gustav Holst Eskildsen & Anne-Sofie Kromand
Match Ice-cream© created by Tau Rosenberg & Louise Skafte
Isöld Sorbet© created by Simon Østergaard Konski & Christoffer Prisholm Høgaard

Big thanks to all who gave talks, advice or reviews. Here some behind-the-scenes-brand-making action:

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