Things We Admired in 2012

Posted on December 31, 2012

As 2012 draws to a close tonight, the team here at Clay Pot Creative has been reflecting on some of the great things we've seen from other agencies this year. We'd like to share a few with you, and hopefully inspire you to take your marketing to the next level with us.

From Boulder's Crispin, Porter + Bogusky comes an ad for Sodastream so controversial, it's been banned in the UK. Take a look here and tell us if you think the drama was necessary.

The design team recently received a delicious gift of handcrafted chocolates, but what they were most excited about was the beautiful packaging! Olive and Sinclair have been creating delicious and unique chocolate bars in Nashville since 2009, and their packaging reflects the handmade quality of everything they do. Take a look here.

Our programming team has built some great timelines for clients recently, and they're inspired to take it to the next level by this Dutch site about the Titanic. Don't be scared off by the foreign language - the fun interactivity will make it worth the trip.

From worldwide agency Frog comes a unique interactive campaign that was both good for the client and good for the world. The GE Ecomagination Challenge is a fantastic example of how marketing can be used to change the world.

Lastly, from the social realm, comes Grey Poupon. Yes, that's right - Grey Poupon. Arguably the world's most famous mustard, this brand has done Facebook right. Their Society of Good Taste is fun, tongue-in-cheek, and, should you be approved for membership, makes fans feel special. See if you cut the mustard here.

Happy New Year to everyone!

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