Camp Beaver Lake. Camp Beaver. Camp Beaver Fork. Beaver Cross Camp. Beaver Creek Youth Camp. Beaver lake nature Center Camp. Friendly Beaver Camp Ground. Beaver Cove Camp. camp Beaver View. The list goes on. And on and on and on. And you know you can't come across a list like this without cracking a smile. You know it.
From agency 72andSunny and production company Green Dot Films comes this new Thriller-themed commercial for Zune caled "Piece of Me, Piece of You."In the spot, custom created characters named Lead Skater Zombie, Lead Zombie Girl, Business Man and Elderly Couple dance to a Thriller-like tune "Fancy Footwork" from Chromeo. It's very un-Microsoft-like and actually fun to watch. Never gonna get us to give up the iPod though.
Here's a good one. When gambling, most people like a sure thing. Trouble is, gambling is far from a sure thing. Unless, of course, you break the rues and insure your own success as illustrated in this commercial for allshots.com
Austin-based agency T3, The Think Tank, was recently featured in USA Today for its communal approach to raising kids. "It takes an agency to raise a child," the employees say.
Here is where you do the collective Awwwwwww.
Caretakers are permitted to bring infants to work and even take them into meetings with strap-on carriers. At T3, new parents get private offices. Kids are welcome daily until they're about nine months old, at which point you better find yourself an au pair, because the boss ain't havin' it.
Roaches and termites aren't just pesky. They're sly. And malevolent. And they'll take any opportunity they get to sneak inside your house.
Even deliver you pizza. Or ask to use the phone.
That's why there's the Orkin Man, who isn't so much an exterminator as he is a khaki-clad cowboy who happens to know a lot about bugs.
The spots were put together by The Richards Group in Dallas. We find them feel-goodish and funny.
Ten years after it would have been, perhaps, at least a tiny bit OK, there seems to be a sudden onslaught of marketers becoming BFFs with txt and chat-speak. From McDonald's with its coy use of "R U Ready" copy to AT&T's subtitled conversation between mom and daughter to Frito-Lay's failed gt2kno jack, everyone wants in on teen chat slang.
If that weren't enough, Unilever has launched a campiagn called Degree Girl OMG! featuring Disney Channel's High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale complete with the solicitation of shadenfruede-like OMG moments...which, if the moment is OMG enough, could get you a visit with Tisdale herself.
From the man whose blog has been dubbed "an island of wit in a country that's had an irony bypass," comes this ad for Goatboy's new t-shirt (insanely expensive, mind you) brand. In the ad, an old lady takes offense to a guy's t-shirt which reads "She's Dead. So get over it." Who's dead? Watch the ad to fund out.
While it's not an easy one to get over, we're sure she'd see and appreciate the humor of it all. After the fact, of course.
Sony's PR people sent The Bottom Rung some teaser shots for the 2008 Bravia campaign. Instead of deluging us with color like in previous ads (yarn pyramid, technicolor bunnies), looks like Bravia's gone soapy, sudsy, foamy white.
Magically delicious. Where childproof fantasy places are concerned, a bubble bath world is right up there with a bubble wrap city.
That probably generated traffic trouble.
The sex-and-candy action took place last month in Sao Paulo, when 40 panty-clad girls stood eating chocolate body parts in public places. Pics appeared on Irresistivel.net, which pinpointed their locations and Orkut profiles via Google Maps.
There simply aren't 47 minutes in a day which can be allocated to watching a video simply to appreciate the fact, so we're told, the whole thing's a commercial for clothing brand Roxy. Even if it is, who really cares? The parts of the video that were viewed were enjoyable enough and, hey, who doesn't like to watch girls in bikinis surf, pose and frolic on the beach?