"The creative team behind the conception and writing of the spots has asked to not be revealed, as they work for a well-known U.S. advertising agency by day - another example of how Victors & Spoils is poised to change the way agencies, and the industry, work."
So this is how crowdsourcing is going to work. Creatives across the industry are going to work under the table for other agencies and forgo credit. We'll see how long that lasts when Victors & Spoils begins to accept awards on behalf of the anonymous creatives that actually did the work.
Yes. Victors & Spoils is out with its first crowdsourced work for DISH Network. The concept's got a couple of nut job astronauts messing with a DISH satellite to turn on the provider's HD service. Really. That's it. Watch here and here or below.
There's a lot of ways to advertise a car. Oh wait. No there isn't. There's the winding mountain road and...um...sorry...drawing a blank here. Oh! Oh! Oh! There it is! Gangsta Rapping Rodents. Yea, that's it.
Here they come, yo...
After claiming he, in fact, is not Gerry Graf, Cornelius Trunchpole agreed to an exclusive interview with Adrants regarding his origins, his history in the industry and his plans to transform the industry into something better.
Cornelius: How do you do?
Adrants: So tell us about the grand plan. How will it change advertising?
Cornelius: In many ways
Adrants: Well, give us one
Cornelius: By using a crowd of over a thousand hand picked creative minds only the very best ideas will get produced. And those creatives who originate the idea sold to the client will take home a slice of the "agency" fee. No salaries at T&T.
Adrants: We've heard of this before. Sounds like controlled crowd sourcing. What's new about this model?
Cornelius: What's new about it is its spirit. it will not just be a collection of random people but a group who share an Trunchpolian attitude.
It can also be a sticky mess. But as long as you just put it in...wait, what? Method? You ruined it for everyone. Well, at least you gave us four quick pumps and a happy ending. Guess we can't complain all that much.
It's sort of a cross between the oddity of Fruit of the Loom characters in your underwear and singing popsicles. It's a new French tampon campaign, Max Le Tampax
As Leonara Epstein deftly describes the campaign writing on The Frisky, "In a series of videos, we learn that Max and his Tampax friends attend a special school where they do exercises and parade around in their rainbow tampon uniforms and--what, is that a tail dragging on the ground?--oh God, it's the effing cotton string dangling between his legs."
Hmm. Strange indeed. And the campaign's purpose? To encourage people to compete for the position of president of the Max Le Tampax Fan Club. Seriously? The president of a tampon fan club? Just what's going on over there in France?
Hmm. If this is what universal health care is going to bring us, we're not sure it's as good as proponents claim. Apparently, there aren't enough skilled doctors in British Columbia to handle patient demand. Which seems to be causing a rash of exploding pink ejaculate all over the province's cubicles.
The effort, for Stop the Wait, comes from Spring.
OK this has Perlorian Brothers written all over it but WTF? And then there's this. Eyes. Passion. Oddity. Retro weirdness. Yea, it's the Perlorian Brothers alright. Oh and then there's The Martin Agency's involvement too.
So the 2011Ford Fiesta is almost here. How is Ford touting the vehicle? A couple of different ways. It's being compared to a Lamborghini and it's being hyped as an escape vehicle from zombies. OK, then.
At first blush, one might respond to those two approaches with "Seriously?" and "Well, that's relevant!" But, as we find out...cool and the Lamborghini is, it can't beat the turning radius of the Fiesta nor does it have side mirror turn signals or key-less entry or a trunk you can actually fit stuff in. You know, the important stuff. Though if cost weren't an issue, we're pretty sure people would go with the Lamborghini. Thankfully for Ford, price is always an issue.
It's amazing the amount of misinformation floating around. Apparently, one in five guys believe you're less likely to get a girl pregnant if you have sex standing up. Seriously? Who knew? Where do people formulate these ass-backwards beliefs?
Perhaps from the very marketing trying to address the misinformation.
As if recording two shows at once were some sort of amazing breakthrough, Sydney-based Three Drunk Monkeys is out with a couple of commercials that ask us to "try a new life with My Star." It kinda makes sense. After all, life is, indeed, quite different once you own a DVR. No one believes you until they actually get one. Then they join the religion.
But these spots? These spots (after the jump) are just weird.