- Jim Beam's Fred Noe, as part of a Strawberry Frog-created campaign, promised to get a tattoo if the brand's Facebook page gained million fans. The page did and Fred got his tattoo. The Jim Beam logo, of course.
- The evolution of television courtesy of UPC.
- If you can't physically be with your loved ones for Christmas dinner, Wieden + Kennedy's Virtual Holiday Dinner will have you interacting in no time.
- Well here's an interesting holiday card. Lights, inflatable characters and a snow machine in one of Design Kitchen's Conference rooms are all activated by tweeting a message tagged #holicray to @designkitchen.
In a ad that's less about his ego and more about having fun, Sean Combs appears in a CIROC vodka commercial. Called The Art of Celebration, Combs appears with familiar faces Lisa Seiffert, Michael K. Williams, Jesse Williams, Dania Ramirez, Jessica White, Eva Marcille, Christine Teigen, Chad Michael Murray and Aaron Paul. The crew wanders through a Vegas casino to the tune of Frank Sinatra's version of Luck Be a Lady.
Mullen is out with new work for the Google Galaxy Nexus phone with the Android 4.0 OS. Each of three spots focuses on a specific feature of the phone and a fourth wraps it all up in one. Smile highlights the facial recognition unlock feature. Bohemiams and Social MC's focuses on Google+ Hangouts. And Calling All focuses on everything else; Beam, the panoramic camera and voice typing.
Check out all the commercial below.
This holiday message from Metal Creative is, by far, the best (in our opinion, of course) holiday message of the year. Why? Because it focuses on what's really important in life and how the work people in advertising affects the lives of others. Namely, the kids of people who work in advertising. So give this video a watch and marvel at the appreciation these kids have for the work their parents do.
In what Illegal Advertising properly dubs a guerrilla catwalk, German lingerie label Blush takes on the French with a bit of guerrilla warfare in Paris. The brand sent a model clad in underwear to roam the famous landmarks and streets of Paris. Heads do turn but this being Paris, not so much as you would think. We especially like the well planted group of camera-wielding Asians as the model struts her way to the Eiffel Tower.