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UPGRADES

Hans Brinker Budget Hotel
Commercial

2013
 

After almost two decades of claiming to be the world’s worst hotel, the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel has realized that it has nowhere else to go… except up

Agency:
KesselsKramer
Creatives:
Job van Dijk & Bart Eysink Smeets
Director:
Gijs van den Berg
Camera:
Diderik Evers
Post:
Darlings Post
Sound:
Audentity

AMSTERDAM'S NO.1 ATTRACTION

Hans Brinker Budget Hotel
Campaign

2012
 

After 10 years of being the worst hotel in Amsterdam, ironically it has become an attraction by itself. Tripadvisor reviews say things like: "You HAVE to stay at the Brinker at least once in your life" and "I passed out and only remember the hostel".

A wonderful insight that helped us turn Hans Brinker Budget Hotel into "Amsterdam's No.1 Attraction"; your one stop Amsterdam experience.

Agency:
KesselsKramer
Creatives:
Gijs van den Berg, Niek Eijsbouts
Graphic Design
Pinar & Viola

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BUDGET ADVERTISING

Hans Brinker Budget Hotel
Campaign

2011
 

The Hans Brinker likes to get attention. But The Hans Brinker does not like to put much effort into it. So we thought it would be fun to pay YouTube users to make ads for Hans Brinker Budget Hotel, but only if they scored enough hits.

Just mention 'Hans Brinker Budget Hotel' and if your video hits a 1,000 views, you'll be rewarded with 10 euros. The campaign was based on a YouTube chanel. The video is still online and scored more than 120.000 views. Total budget for this campaign: €0,-

Agency:
KesselsKramer
Creatives:
Gijs van den Berg, Niek Eijsbouts, Christian Bunyan
Director:
Gijs van den Berg
 

BUDGET TROPHY 2009

Hans Brinker Budget Hotel
Campaign

2009
 

Every year Hans Brinker organises an exhibition and competition for art students.

Winning the Brinker Trophy doesn't only bring you closer to stardom, it also helps you clean the toilet.

Agency:
KesselsKramer
Creatives:
Gijs van den Berg, Christian Bunyan
Photographer:
Thomas Mailaender
Director:
Gijs van den Berg