HP encourages Aussies and Kiwis to Say it with a Sprocket this Christmas.
The campaign, created by Clemenger BBDO, celebrates special moments and memories with your loved ones.
HP and Clemenger BBDO Sydney today launched a Christmas campaign across Australia and New Zealand, showcasing HP’s Sprocket portable printer.
The campaign encourages Aussies and Kiwis to Say it with Love, Say it with a Sprocket this festive season, with the launch spot opening to a room filled with Christmas trees, and Sprockets nesting in the trees like baubles.
Against the soundtrack of renowned Flight Facilities track, All Your Love (covered by Melbourne musician, Owl Eyes), the Sprockets on the trees begin printing out photos of a number of real couples leaning in for a kiss.
HP Head of marketing South Pacific, Dan Henry, said, “Sprocket is a product that enables people to make moments spent with loved ones even more special and memorable. This was our opportunity to not only inspire people to use their printed photos to enrich holiday experiences, but to celebrate the diverse cultures we enjoy in Australia and New Zealand.”
Clemenger BBDO Sydney creative director, Darren Wright, added, “The Sprocket is a fantastic product, we loved the way it allows you to celebrate all the fun moments and memories you have with your friends and family. We wanted to take that feeling and bring it to life in a beautiful Christmas feel good way.”
Finch, Production Company
Toby Pike, Director
Corey Esse, Executive Producer
Jackie Adler, Producer
Dan Freene, DP
Nakatomi, Post Production
Nylon Studios, Music Production & Mix
Karla Henwood, Music Producer
Charlie White, Music Arrangement
Stuart St Vincent Welch, Mix Engineer
Level Two, Music Liscensing
Song: All Your Love, Flight Facilities
Vocalist: Owl Eyes
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