On the 26th and 27th of May, we said Yes! And to live music, live improv theatre and live creative competitions. We enjoyed live discussions on a range of topics from free-will, to what the future of the communication industry might be in a post-corona world. And of course, we’ve had enough killer grad work to make you jealous (in a nice way).
That might all be over, but you can watch highlights from our live stream. Plus you can check out some fantastic creative projects by some amazing students - there’s sure to be something you’ll love. So grab a drink, settle in, and enjoy. And if there’s anything you like, be sure to get in touch and let them know.
Some student work
- Graduation Project
Visthusgården – Hela Hallands Skafferi
The challenge we faced was clear. Reinvent an old hotel building with the goal to increase occupancy during the off-season. The idea to turn the building into a creative foraging center flourished. The solution included a disruptive idea, a visual identity and a communication strategy.
“The Whopper Conspiracy” by Burger King
Our brief was to create a connection between Generation Z and Burger King. We found that half of Gen Z believe and engage in all types of conspiracy theories. They want to prove to the world that what they believe is right. So what if we played a mind game with this generation by deleting something they KNOW have existed? Our solution was to turn the Whopper into the biggest burger-conspiracy-theory ever, giving Gen Z something new to crave and solve.