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Chaser’s War on Everything
‘Remote Billboards’

With very little budget, a suitably irreverent and anarchic approach to promoting the Chaser’s new satirical comedy TV show was required. We found out the cheapest billboards in the world cost around $100. So used them to promote the Australia-only show. It didn’t really make sense. But the posters (particularly the one in Iraq) did create a shitload more publicity than a conventional poster campaign would have done.

Written & Directed by The Glue Society

The Martian Embassy

Sydney Story Factory
‘Martian Embassy’

Hot on the heels of Dave Eggers’ 826 Valencia project, this Sydney creative writing centre for kids needed to take them and their imaginations...

Bombay Saphire Exit Log

Bombay Sapphire
‘Exit Log’

This sci-fi short is set in 2249. Two space engineer’s journey through deep space takes a dramatic turn when they discover an emergency message...

The-Missing-Piece-At-Uluru

The Glue Society
‘The Missing Piece’

The weird thing about taking a jigsaw puzzle piece all the way around Australia – and adding it to the landscape – gave the...

Money Supermarket

Money Supermarket
‘Astronaut’

Just how epic do you feel when you save money on your car insurance? As epic as Alan who takes launching the space shuttle...

Marcs Dog Advertise Yourself

Marcs
‘Advertise Yourself’

How do you make people wish they were wearing a clothes label without showing the clothes? Could you turn everything around, including the logo,...

Dip Desperado Doritos

Doritos
‘Dip Desperado’

The life of a champion corn chip flicker is hard. Not just physically draining but emotionally. And in the case of Esteban Ortega, the...

Sculpture by the Sea, Denmark
‘Once’

Take one funfair, filled with colourful rides, festoon lights and painted type, and crush it into a 4 metre box. Then transport to Denmark...