Call it lame, but we like those "anything you can do, I can do better" ads that juxtapose two different arts and two different genders in order to suggest a playful, sometimes elegant harmony of design. You know, kind of like those old Jordan and Hamm ads.
For the Infiniti G, FX and QX, Vitamin, Chicago and ad agency Marca Hispanic brought Colombian artist Federico Uribe in contrast with Mexican alternative pop musician Ely Guerra. The spot is directed by Vincent Haycock of Vitamin. We dig it.
This ad, and others that include Latin artists of varying ilk, will air in Miami, New York and LA.
Not cute. You mean we have to go through it twice? And apparently the second time around yields less pleasant fruit than the first time -- which generously bestowed us with about an inch in a half of boobage.
This is part of Philips' ongoing Shave Everywhere campaign.
A: Use a horse.
This ad was put together by Anonymous Content and agency Leo Burnett Int'l for Kellogg's Nutri-Grain bars. According to the pressie, "This high bred fancies work, hard jumping and racing, so he makes sure to take time to enjoy the good life with Nutri-Grain."
Yeah. We're sure that's exactly what people are going to be thinking (as opposed to "Oh, this is horse food").
Gotta love the British accent, though. Hey, you know what we miss that's not on TV anymore? Mr. Ed. Kudos to Anonymous for bringing on the recall.
Copyranter points us to a Czech commercial that illustrates something that, at certain points in in his life, every man wishes was possible. While commenters deride it for its possibly sexist nature, if the roles in the spot where reversed, as they often are in real life, would anyone be complaining? No, we'd be laughing just as we do at most ads which portray men as blithering, complaining idiots.
So no matter whether you are male or female, enjoy what this commercial has to offer. An instant off button for your annoying bf/gf/spouse.
Pity the peppy pepperoni and the odoriferous onion who, in a backhanded celebration of Hungry Howie's flavored crust pizza, have to take a backseat to the chain's "completely unique," eight flavored delight which surrounds its pizza's, Yes, once again, pizza makers will do anything to get people to eat the lowly crust. But at least Howie's, in light of every other pizza chain tweaking its crusts, can do it in a "yea, whatever" way that you have to admit is at least a little bit funny, right? Tattoo Projects created.
Gotta love a politician who points a derisive finger at "aliens" that molest our hallowed borders and threaten the American dream (taking our jobs! Terrorizing innocent people worldwide!).
"Because someone needs to say it." You said it all right, Tom. You said it like the fucking Red Scare.
In Christmas Dinner, a bustling family talks to each other with nothing but quotes from movie classics, presumably rented at Blockbuster.
Nothing warms our hearts like hearing a little girl go, "Say hello to my little friend!"
Cute ad (courtesy of DDB, Toronto), but will it save Blockbuster from deathwatch status?
Does Motorola really have such a gigantic back inventory of MOTORAZRs that they have to continue giving them away for free? It seems they've been doing this for years even though everyone knows the phone sucks (OK, so it's not as bad as the original RAZR). This time it's Alltel hocking them in a Campbell-Ewald created, Santa-themed animated spot who consults one of Alltell's four "sales guys" on what the hot gift will be this year.
Uh, sure, Santa, the not-so-new MOTORAZR that's been collecting dust on the shelves ought to do the trick for Jimmy and Sally. Whatever. We have the new RAZR and it rocks. iPhone? What's that?
Wow. We knew Orangina had pulp, but we didn't know they meant pulp like Pulp Fiction means pulp. (Or maybe we should be thinking Flashdance.)
Actually, there are a few other movie references worth noting in this commercial, which will change the way you look at forest animals. Seriously. Inter-bestial relationships were beyond our realm of Orangina-oriented thinking, plus we've never seen a flamingo pole dance before.
Says CD Todd Mueller of Psyop, "I guess it goes without saying that when you get the opportunity to spray Orangina all over the chest of a sexy bunny girl, you go for it." In terms of sheer logic, that's not really helpful, but it puts the spot in context.
(Dude, our dad gives us this stuff when we go home for the holidays!)
Catch more info on the creators, and Steve's take on the spot, here.
"Trust all wheel drive, not the weatherman." Big grins for those who can point to the irony in this campaign. See ads here.
Put together by TDA Advertising & Design, Boulder, for Stevinson Automotive.
All told, we like it all right.