As a follow up to its beautiful From Love to Bingo which told a story of love in 873 pictures (and has received over 2.6 million views to date), Getty Images is out with 85 Seconds, a video that uses 105 video clips to tell an equally emotional love story.
The video, which tells the story of couple who meet as children, separate after graduation and then reunite as adults, touts the fact Getty has 63,113,983 seconds of video on hand for marketers
- Microsoft Windows 8 is beautiful and fast...and really, really strange according to these Asian commercials.
- Ladies, Brayola wants you to snap a pic of your bra for the world's viewing and judging enjoyment.
- It's like an Old Navy ad except for bikes.
- Check out how Mullen Chief Innovation Officer and Boston University's College of Communication Professor Edward Boches had his class create a book in three hours.
Nail care membership service LUXECOAT is out with an Entegrate-created video featuring actor, writer and rapper Andy Milonakis and a bevy of nail-wagging ladies who aim to convince us proper nail care can get you vary far in life.
You don't need a Bentley, you don't need a Jaguar. Because when you're nails look good, there's no need to brag.
Milonakis, who's best known for creating and starring in The Andy Milonakis Show on MTV and MTV2, frolics with the ladies as he waxes eloquently about the importance and power of perfect nails.
We're not a music critic so we can't really comment on the musical qualities of this LifeTechnologiesCorp rap battle which takes place among some chemists in a laboratory. But we can tell you this is the weirdest "commercial" we have ever seen for a chemistry company. Created by Wooshii, the video pits two lab-technicians-turned-rappers against one another in an all out battle over the benefits of two competing products: TaqMan and SYBR.
While we have no idea what TaqMan and SYBR are, viewers -- who are likely chemists -- are invited to vote on which product/rapper was the best.
You remember her, right? The woman who gave birth to you, changed your crap-encrusted diapers, held your hand while you learned to walk, fawned all over you during your first school play, told you you were awesome in that ski race even though you crashed and burned, bolstered your spirits when life's bullshit got you down, constantly asks you what the hell facebook is. Yea, you're mother.
On Monday, Dove released a video entitled Dove Real Beauty Sketches. In the video, several women sit behind a curtain and describe themselves to former San Jose police forensic artist Gil Zamora who creates a sketch of them. They are then introduced to other people who in turn, describe the person to Zamora. Zamora then sketches a version based on that description.
The women are then shown the two versions of the sketches. The exercise was designed to combat Dove's claim that only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful along with the fact they are their own harshest critics.
The findings are quite interesting. Give it a watch
Over the past year, there were a handfull of video campaigns that not only went viral but also inspired people in different ways. From crazy dances and Ugandan rebel leaders, to men freefalling from space, this past year had something to keep everyone entertained.
These ten videos were huge hits and created a lot of buzz. Here's a list of ten of the top viral video successes of the past year. Can you do better?
Describing its new work for UK mobile network Three, Wieden + Kennedy London said, "Shot against the dramatic backdrop of the Shetland Islands, the :60 spot follows the story of a stocky little pony. But this is no ordinary Shetland pony. With the scrape of a hoof, and a flick of his Tina Turner-esque mane, he effortlessly moonwalks along to the sound of 'Everywhere' by Fleetwood Mac."
Which is all that really needs to be said about this new commercial that touts a "pony mixer" that lets people remix the pony to dance any way they choose. Except, of course, that it already has over 1.4 million YouTube views since being released February 28.
When you're on a roll, you might as well keep rolling. And that's exactly what Oreo is doing. As part of its Cookies versus Cream campaign, Widen + Kennedy has created a video that features "physicist and copywriter" David Neevel, who has designed the ultimate Oreo cookie separator.
It's oh-so Rube Goldberg-esque and Neevel, who is actually a copywriter at W+K, delivers his lines with perfectly droll aplomb. The brand, which capitalized on the power outage during the Super Bowl with a real-time ad, plans to release additional cookie separation videos in the coming weeks.
OK, this is cool and all. Who wouldn't want to race around a warehouse in an Audi with a giant paint ball gun attached to the hood of the car so you could shoot at another Audi with a giant paint ball gun attached to its hood? But seriously? Really? How much did this folly cost Audi? Is this really going to sell any cars? Yea. Suburban dads everywhere are going to run out and buy an Audi so they can drive around their neighborhoods acting like a bunch of teenage idiots while their wives tsk tsk them for their stupidity.