In Thailand, Vacuuming is an Art Form
When we think of vacuum advertising, our minds are often filled with images of mom rushing to clean up after her children have run through the house with thier muddy boots on. Or James Dyson intoning some feat of technical wizardry. But in Thialand, it's an art form.
Well, at least when Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand hook up with Thai artist Chalit Nakpawan. In the ad, we see Nakpawan seeming create art with vacuum. Of course, you will come to realize the whole thing was shot in reverse and he's actually vacuuming up a masterpiece he created previous. All to demonstrate the fact this particular Electrolux vacuum is some kind of dirt trash compactor. Which is just weird.