- A hilarious ad for insurance company Centraal Beheer makes great use of the Love Boat theme and a twist ending.
- How to simply turn a print ad into an interactive iPad experience.
- New MOO.com ads feature real customers who run their own start-ups and tout the benefits of what Moo has to offer.
We suppose there was a time back in pre-internet times when scoring reduced price hotel room or an upgrade depended a bit more on one's personality and charm than on one's mouse clicking skills. Sadly, those days are gone as the old crooner in this Barton F. Graf 9000-created Kayak ad laments.
Thankfully, there is Kayak. But, sadly, our crooner wants nothing to do with advanced technology preferring to further wallow in depression with drink in hand.
We're not sure what we're supposed to be paying attention to in this new Venebles Bell & Partners Audi commercial which touts the new 2013 S8 sedan. The 60-second spot, entitled Suspect and scheduled to air during the Giants vs. Cowboys season opener on NBC Sept. 5 game, takes cues from heist films.
As the ad progresses, we are left to decide whether a robbery has transpired or if the scene was purely a figment of the driver's imagination. Personally, we wonder what the women in the red pumps is going to look like when she is finally revealed.
- There's nothing fake about Katy Perry's...Chips.
- Check out these NSFW ads for Spanish lingerie brand Jane Pain that aren't actually NSFW.
- Paddy Power has enlisted Jesus to help the brand launch in Italy.
- A McDonald's billboard targeting Hmong people in St. Louis got its grammar wrong.
- The Barbarian Group's Benjamin Palmer discusses the internet's biggest changes over the past ten years and what the future holds.
- Not really sure what's being sold here but the video does have three women in lingerie bouncing around on big jumpy balls.
CP+B is out with its latest for Old Navy. Entitled "Da Bears," the spot features (an unrecognizable...at least to us) George Wendt, Bears play-by-play announcer Jeff Joniak and retired Bears and sports announcer Tom Waddle. The spot touts Old Navy's NFL gear. Mike Ditka shows up to give his stamp of approval.
Clemenger BBDO Melbourne has crafted a with new commercial for Carlton Draught that pokes fun at every car chase cliche you have ever seen. From the cops who always crash to the plate glass window scenario to the hill jump to the waterway chase to the roadblock that never works to the drawbridge jump, the commercial leaves no 80's cop film stone unturned.
The Kia Hamsters have come a long way. In a new, epic 1:30, the Hamsters find themselves on stage in an 18th century opera house livening things up. Entitled "Bringing Down the House" and set to "In My Mind" (remixed by Axwell), the hamsters take over an ornate theater with a shocking (to stuffy 18th century, wig wearing patrons) display of modern music, high-energy dance moves, a laser light show and a balcony stage dive that gets the audience on their feet and digging the futuristic vibe.
The commercial will debut in 18,000 movie theaters inside National CineMedia's FirstLook pre-show program on August 31. Television will follow during the MTV Music Awards on September 6.
London ad agency isobel along with Aardman Animations have created an interesting, new campaign for Bullring - one of the UK's biggest shopping centers.
Leveraging the brand's Life's Even More Exciting at The Centre positioning, the new campaign features a very cool, four-tier revolving mechanical model, said to be a quirky, playful interpretation of Bullring and Birmingham. A collection of products including lipsticks, illuminated ladles, cheese graters and perfume sit alongside a number of recognizable (to those in the UK) architectural landmarks.
Monica is cute. Monica has decided to make a quick pitstop for gas. Monica is cute. Monica will have to find another gas station because the one she just stopped at blew up. Monica is cute. Good thing her Corolla has legendary MPG to getting there won't be a problem. Monica is cute.
This one's no where near as good as its sister ad, Hot Putt, nor is the woman in this second ad as hot as the woman in the first. But, hey, there's only so many times BBH can create "hot" ads for Axe before they strike out once in a while. OK, OK. She has a really great ass. Satisfied?
The second ad, High Street Hurdles just doesn't have the same oomph and lustful determination of the the first ad. In each ad, a woman is drawn to a man wearing Axe but the woman in the Hot Putt ad goes to greater lengths to get her man. And, unlike the woman going after the construction worker in the second ad, the woman in the first ad actually gets to full on have her way with the lucky guy.