I usually don’t post my own work on here, but I am pretty proud how this turned out.
Introducing the Lamato Network. The real social, social network. Designed specifically with the 30+ crowd in mind, the Lamato Networkâ€™s taken the best components of other more established online social networking sites â€“ Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. â€“ and enhanced them to their maximum social potential. How? By ultimately encouraging you to get offline in order do these activities in person with those you care about. And what better adult beverage to enjoy these special moments with than the incredibly social Mottâ€™s Clamato Caesar.
Single feature spotlight vignettes released via the online video sharing landscape all lead the audience to Lamato.net where a full tour of the siteâ€™s features awaited. Spoofing a wide range of social activities people of all ages now do with great vigour online (sharing photos, reconnecting with lost friends and so on), the video tour for the fake Lamato Network site ultimately revealed itself for what it was. It then directed everybody interested in learning about more genuinely social ideas to the main Mottâ€™s Clamato website for further inspiration.
Agency: TribalDDB, Toronto
Creative Director: DrÃ© Labre
Art Director: Frederik Samuel
Copywrter: Travis Sellar
Producer: Pat Elia
Account Manager: Andrew Kinnear
Production Company: Spy Films
Executive Producer: Carlo Trulli
Director: Trevor Cornish
Producer: Peter Oad
Post Production: Soho