ALDI, the discount grocery chain that's sort of related to Trader Joe's, is out with a new BMF-created campaign that answers the all-consuming question, "Does a bear shit in the woods?" Well, according to this ALDI SpokesBear, the answer is a resounding yes.
There seems quite happy with himself tsk tsking viewers for even asking the question. On the other hand, the wall-mounted trout in a second ad isn't so happy having been snubbed for tuna.
So how do you go about promoting a glue-like substance that can be molded like putty and forms into strong, waterproof rubber overnight? Why you use it to build the world's most awesome water pistol, of course. And that's exactly what Sugru did.
The brand gathered together a bunch of "scientists" (aka KID and Kream London) to craft a super-awesome, gatling gun-style water pistols that was then used to douse a few more "scientists" with colored water...in slow motion of course.
It's a well known fact that in many ads, men are portrayed as bumbling idiots. It's just payback for all those years Mad Men "put women in their place" by posing them in front of refrigerators, draping them across the hoods of cars and generally treating them like hysterical dumb blonds who were only good for sex and cooking dinner.
And so it is without surprise we have yet another ad treating men as if they just had half their brain removed and, along with it, half their IQ.
Latching onto the notion children do not respect boundaries or privacy when it comes to snooping around the house for fun items to play with, this gun safety ad from Evolve features two mothers talking to one another while their children run around the house and play.
In a PSA for the Tender Education and Arts #StandUpWorldCup campaign, a woman watches as her World Cup team appears to be winning and then doesn't. The look of devastation on her face turns to outright fear which is explained by the statistic that follows.
We won't give away the ending but we guarantee you will find it powerful.
This is so cool. Coke has its Happiness Machines. Belgian snack brand Herta has The Football Machine. To tout their special Knacki FootBall snacks, the brand hooked up with Belgian football legend Leo Van Der Elst to create a vending machine inside which people could challenge Der Elst to a game.
We're midway through the World Cup and with fans around the world cheering on their teams, social media is, of course buzzing. Taking a look at the buzz, real-time customer engagement platform Engagor, took a look at the official World Cup sponsors to gauge the success of their social media activities
Well that didn't take very long. One day after Uruguayan superstar Luis Suarez bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini, Amsterdam-based creative agency ACHTUNG! redesigned their original Suarez themed Pacman game Hapman to have a little fun with yesterday's incident. They've renamed the game BiteMan.
In the game, while running away from the Mexican referee as Luis Suarez, players need to "munch" through all Chiellini's before Marco Rodriguez catches them. have at it!
This is, by far, one of the craziest ads we have ever seen. It's for Austrian delivery service Media Markt and we are drawn into a world in which, well, everything is upside down. People walk on their hands and eat with their feet. And because their hands are busy doing all the walking, Media Markt is there to, ahem, lend a hand.
And so it has come to pass. Once again. Another year. And no Lion to boost your ego. Depression sets in. You question your worth as a creative. You blame your clients for killing your brilliant ideas. You blame the judges for awarding one of the highest honors to an ad that celebrates selfishness. You promise yourself you will leave the ad business and go where your creative brilliance is truly appreciates.