Coming to the aid of Croatia which currently suffers 50% unemployment among the country's youngest workers and the other 50% who are doing all they can to stay afloat, Orangina, with help from Achtung, has brought its brand of crazy to the workplace Dollar Shave Club-style.
There's a guy. And he's walking and talking. There's gymnists. There's midgets. There's bikini-clad hotties. There's a marching band. There's a Llama. There's puppies. There's a guy cut in half. There's a magician. There's a mini marachi. There's a kissing booth.
We didn't read all the subtitles but it sure looks like an awesome work productivity effort. Hope it works.
This is brilliant. And yet, such a sad indicator of how stupid people are. DDB Brussels is out with work for Neutrogena's new Cloudscreen sun protection product. Why Cloudscreen instead of sunscreen?
Because even though people know that UV rays can still get to you through clouds, they are too stupid to use sunscreen on cloudy days. So Neutrogena just repackaged their same old sunscreen product and called it Cloudscreen.
Now when idiots go to the beach on a cloudy day, they now have a product they can understand.
So it's a well known fact that most beer commercials portray their subjects as sex-crazed neanderthals or idiotic buffoons. This Garigista ad entitled The Hipster Hijacking takes the second notion to an extreme.
The ad gives us a collection of stereotypical hipster characters who, after spying a truck full of Limited Edition Garagista, go on a rampage, assault the truck driver and make off with the beer.
Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, sodium citrate, sodium hexametaphosphate (preservative), caffeine, taurine, natural flavors, acacia, potassium sorbate (preservative), glycerol ester of rosin, l-theanine, sucralose, yellow 5, calcium disodium edta (preservative), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), yellow 6, guarana, cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)
And you call that a health drink? WTF has marketing and manufacturing come to? Those are the ingredients of Coke's NOS Energy Drink that's being touted in a new spot from Mistress which will air weekly during FOX's The Ultimate Fighter and FOX's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Complete with a salaciously sexy bare ankle, a peeping Tom, a cross-dressing judge, an S&M dominatrix and a bobby in bed, this Fentiman's soft drink ad is probably as close to porn and it got in the 1800's.
This Coors Light ad is definitely different and it's definitely strange. It talks about going to bed not in your bed, paint fights, pantlessness, fuzzy handcuffs, magic tricks, ballerina, awkwardly-placed Japanese men, men on a bus wearing sumo wrestling suites, plastic balls with men inside and donkeys named Richard.
Oh and it's narrated by a guy wearing a bear head hat. That talks.
Created by Leo Burnett Toronto, directed by Soft Citizen directorial duo The Perlorian Brothers, and edited by Rooster Post's Marc Langley, the spot aims to highlight possible adventures of the impending summer season. While drunk, apparently.
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.
The press release for this campaign promoting South African news channel WWW News describes the efforts three videos as yawn-worthy. We'd agree. But we'd go a step further and call the entire campaign yawn-worthy.
Not only yawn-worthy but confusing. Why? Because it's not even for a news channel. It's for Unilever's Wall's Ice Cream.
Yea, that headline got you, right?
In the spirit of really, really weird Asian ads, Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand is out with a new ad for telecom company Huawei that highlights the madness of the selfie.