- LBS Financial Credit Union launched a multimedia ad campaign featuring its new spokesperson and brand mascot -- George Washington.
- Ukrainian startupper Alex Bessonov introduced an unusual device that will bring immersive watching experience for flat screen TV. Eye Flattener makes your eye the same shape as flat screen. To stop this madness Samsung made first Curved TV. Samsung Curved TV -- picture that fits your eyes.
Here's a beautiful piece of creative entitled Help Save Us from Publicis Mexico for Mexican environmental group, CEMDA, that deftly illustrates the effect humans have on their environment and how they re inextricably intertwined.
In the ad, we see a logger, a hunter, a driver, an ice fisher, all of whom are engaged in acts that are detrimental to the environment. With increasingly quicker intercuts, the ad drives home its point that humans are damaging the world around them. And as the ending is revealed, that damage has a direct affect not only on the planet but on people as well. .
Why do people do this? Why do they go to such great lengths to alter their looks when, in fact, all they're doing is making themselves look like inhuman freaks? Oh sure, a little nose job and breast augmentation here and there is fine but when you get plastic surgery because you want to look like Justin Bieber or or Jennifer Lawrence, there's a screw loose.
But if you're Pesky Sunder Plastic Surgery and your patients are a bunch of plastic types who have formed a musical groups called The Plastics to make a plastic surgery commercial then you just throw your arms up and say, "Fuck it. Bring it on." Otherwise YouTube would be filled with corporate product demo videos that could put an army of sugared-up kids to sleep on Halloween.
When you first view this ad which appears to be a nighttime view of the moon, you might wonder why the moon looks, well, a little off. Or why the moon looks more amber than grey. Or why it looks like, well, a beer.
That's because it is a beer. A Carlsberg beer. It's a Carlsberg beer that looks like the moon in a Carlsberg ad created by BBR Saatchi & Saatchi Israel.
To introduce the very futuristic-looking i8, BMW enlisted the help of actors Michael Pitt (Boardwalk Empire), Sam Hazeldine (The Monuments Men) and Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha) who, directed by Iconoclast's Gus Van Sant, utter poetic hyperbole of epic proportion.
For a car as cool as this, we guess you can say just about anything. You know, like fashion ads. They make no sense whatsoever but they seem to build a brand just fine. SO prattle on and sell some i8's, BMW.
To sell an immune booster, Saatchi and Saatchi South Africa have teamed with comedic duo Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues (Nic & Gareth) to create an interactive campaign for Efferflu C Immune Booster, dubbed Project Trapped.
The activity features the duo mistakenly embarking on the holiday of a lifetime only to discover they're going to be locked in a hotel room for 5 days as part of a social experiment created to dramatize how Efferflu C Immune Booster helps keep you healthy.
Here's some fantastic work from CP+B for A.1. Steak Sauce which is changing its name to, simply, A.1. Sauce. To make the move, the agency created a humorous video during which A.1., who is "in a relationship" with Steak decides to accept friend requests from others -- such as salmon, green beans, lobster, bacon and many more -- which ends up making things "complicated" for A.1.