A projector-equipped Tesla takes environmentalism to the streets.
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Découvrez le dernier clip de UZ featuring Marvin Gofin and Chakal.
The downtown business commission in Halifax, Nova Scotia, created this video to get you to buy one of its date-night packages. But it might force you to give up dating altogether.
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To test how good looking their new car is Skoda subtly change the scenery around the car. Quite clever really, except it was movement that was the distrafction, not the car.
Ad not for Haynes Baked Beans of course, but Cinesite special effects company.
Strongbow Australia welcome in summer with some neon lit night surfing.
It’s been around a while and won a load of awards. Mainly because it had an intrinsic truth at the heart of it – great communication always does. Too few insights are found and used properly, this was one case where they got it right. Well done Dove.
VW warn people of the dangers of the driver’s blind spot using the ipad.
Moscow Property developers Dronstoy developed this 4 minute film to sell their dream using dreams. More filmic that dream for me, with all that owning a property in Moscow provides sown into the flow.
Tooheys lets your mouth loose and gives it a voice.
Obviously not when it comes to Jarlsberg.
In a country of a billion, a young cricketer in India never looks at a lack of space as a problem. He looks at it as an opportunity. An opportunity to hit the ground harder, to run faster, to jump higher and stand taller.
Promotional ad by Nike aimed at one of the most passionate audiences of cricket. I particularly like the way it is edited to the music.
Lego’s response the internet debate on the colour of the dress.
Released as an online tease a couple of years ago by CBS Outdoor, evidently there are 75 different London Underground stations represented in there. Even though it’s been around for a couple of years I still can’t seem to find a definitive list of all the stations anywhere – perhaps you can still win prizes.
The one below is version two. This evidently has 100 underground, overground & DLR stations cryptically represented.
Here’s a detailed map that shows all the stations in the London area.
Collection of 122 different examples of Guerilla Marketing.
Lovely extension thought to the Snickers Brady Bunch TV ad I posted a while back.
Taking satirical content into a sensitive area. Helloflo is a women’s health company dedicated to helping women and girls navigate all stages of life. Brands included Always, LUNA, and Bamboobies.
To launch the Sky Atlantic series ‘Fortitude’, promoters let an animatronic polar bear loose in London.
Martin Scorsese does the voice over for the latest iPad commercial. Somehow I believe what he says.
The lengths people will go to sell property.
Coming round again this year, three day party thrown by Bud Light. Creating an annual event is a great thing to do for your customers if you can afford it. Not sure I”d want to go myself.
So is some interesting packaging.
A recent blog by Coley Porter Bell on top beer campaigns, listed WCRS’s Carling Black Label campaign as the top, and the famous award winning ‘Dambusters’ as the pinnacle of its product. The creative team Kes Gray and Jon Greenhalgh are old friends of mine, so well done boys. It’s tough staying in the memory of a high turnover industry.
Definitely a Honda rip off and enjoys the benefit of video editing, but still a entertaining combination of human stunts and inventive Heath Robinsonesque engineering.
Author Aliya Whiteley asks, when many turns of phrase have become trite as a result of the constant bombardment of advertising, how do brands make words work for them?
Having been a judge for radio awards this strikes a chord with me. These are two short films made by Jim Elliott, the new global chief creative officer of Arnold Worldwide, and voiceover artist Paul Guyet catalogue all those annoying phrases, effects and tricks that the juries of 2015 Radio Mercury Award are just sick and tired of hearing. Quite a clever way of advertising an awards ceremony in its own right.