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Kadaver have helped the organisation Green Kids from RandersgadeSkole to develop and produce a small video. The assignment was to help and support the Green Kids to create a flashmob video with a message concerning the environment. Through co-operative brainstorms with the Green Kids the idea and concept was created. The result is now out and you can see the video here on our blog, or at: www.green-kids.dk

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A new video has hit the viral airwaves! This video is the second Flash Mob in the “Bedre Bustur”-campaign that brought you Mukhtars Fødelsedag back in May.

Mukhtars Fødselsdag was the documentation of an elaborate birthday celebration that was made to create attention on the bus drivers of Copenhagen. This new video deals with a different theme. Every week thousands of Copenhageners uses the busses at night. Either to go back and forth to work or as an element of going out. The night  bus is normally a place where people are left by themselves and something surprising very rarely happens.

As the passengers have contributed with a lot of great input on how to make the bus rides better through two campaigns it was decided to give them something back. And the night bus passengers were selected!

Watch the movie, enjoy it and send to a friend who might be a regular night bus passenger.

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Last week we had DR 21 søndag (Danish Radio) visiting our office. They wanted to bring a story of the phenomena “Flashmob Marketing”. After the birthday celebration of Mukhtar, Kadaver have been contacted by various journalists wanting to know more about our work with the campaign Bedre Bustur.

In case you didn´t see the show:  –> click here!

Bedre bustur

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The story of Mukhtars birthday is still floating on the internet and the views are ticking in from all over the world now! Its amazing to experience our work with bybird is being commented in such positive terms from all corners. Less than 1% out of some what close to 1 million people dislike the video… It´s pretty interesting how a video like this spreads around in the world. Comments, Emails, Tweets and Facebook updates keep growing and growing! This Morning Mukhtar the bus driver and main caracter of the video is being interviewed about his experience on the day. Here is a link where you can see Mukhtar and Jonas Permin Business developer from Arriva talking about the campaign Bedre Bustur and the especially the video.

God Morgen Danmark: http://go.tv2.dk/video.php/id-30681448.html

Mukhtat Arriva bus driver birthday flash mob
Here is a photo of Mukhtar the bus driver from the Flash mob video, Bedre Bus tur, Arriva and Movia.

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Last week we were responsible for the final element of the five week bedre bustur campaign for Arriva. It was marked by celebrating the birthday of a bus-driver. He had no idea that a celebration would take place! The result was a great day with a lot of surprises, especially for the bus-driver, Mukhtar!

Check out the result and let us know what you think of it!

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Back in the cold October breeze, 52 brave citizens of Copenhagen made a FlashMob for signing the Hopenhagen petition. Today when I was searching around the web I came by photos with Hopenhagen and the greenwashing of Coca Cola. These banners are hanging around the town and bringing attention to the big Hopenhagen live event that are ongoing at the same square where the Sunbathers was doing their stunt. When I went on youtube to see the sunbathing video I discovered a new flashmob from Syracuse in New York. It is a true copy and it´s great! bringing awareness to the main issue! – COP15 the meeting in Copenhagen and the importance of having a global agreement.

Here are the two videos!

Flashmob sunbathing at Syracuse in New York

Flashmob sunbathing in Copenhagen

And some photos from around town, taken by Christian Johannesen

Hopenhagen Coca cola Greenwashing Copenhagen Cop15

by Christian Johannesen

Hopenhagen Coca cola Greenwashing Copenhagen Cop15

by Christian Johannesen

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