So 72andSunny got together with some esoteric music-makers to put some weird shit out on Zune-Arts.net. The most current of these is a little video called Los Corazones, animated by Punga, and set to ³Lex² by electro-rock band Ratatat.
The spot reminded us of Boy Meets Girl - it's got that noir innocence going for it. It also features self-conducted organ donation, which we're increasingly convinced is the only way to show love. How very Dirty Pretty Things.
Check out the spot at the Zune Arts site. It's the one with the two bear-looking things. One is yellow and one is dressed in a skeleton suit.
If you need more coaxing, there's a live heart transfusion, followed by plenty of dancing by said bear-looking things. Need we say more?
This is so bad it's good because it knows we'll know it's bad and think it's good even though it knows we'll say it's bad but mean it's good. Got it? No. OK then just watch this video for Jigaloo, a recently introduced to the States invisible, odorless, stain-free, all around lubricant (no, not that kind you pervert) and water repellent. Watch as sticky windows are opened and the President gets "unstuck." Unfortunately, it's name is way too close to the not so nice racial slur, jigaboo.
Here's the second installment of Keta Keta's work for hair loss treatment Propecia. The first explored the unfortunate events caused by a chrome dome. The new entry does a comical reverse Folger's Coffee thing with a guy doing anything he can to hide the fact he's balding from the good looking neighbor who just stopped by to borrow some sugar. We're thinking a simple baseball cap could have a long way towards helping this guy out.
Here we have another Ray Ban video for the Never Hide campaign. Continuing down the path of arbitrary-but-watchable, a couple makes out all over town.
Yeah, that's the whole ad. And before you go, "WTF, dude, why is that watchable?" we have to ask, would you turn away or keep staring if you saw this in real life?
Worse than watching the fall of a child star is watching the fall of a dirt clod that tried really, really hard to be a star but failed to make it past orbit.
In a video leaked to Defamer Sanjaya smugly divulges his true identity: that of Bill Vendall, an RISD student who adopted the Lamest Persona Ever for a thesis project.
Reality Blurred highlights one of the better quotes from his grand confession: "How you could look at this ... and not see it as a symbol for the self-referencing nature of progressive evolution?"
Well, at least we know Sanjaya's all-consuming power to embarrass wasn't just the result of the stage lighting.
Well, our diatribe against the objectification of women in advertising didn't last long. Now we've got bulbous, bouncing, bikinied breasts helping explain the many meanings of the Australian term "mate." It's all to promote the Australian barbecue club www.aussiebarbie.com.au . And about getting people to submit their own videos explaining the versatility of the word. And about a girl in a cleavage-bearing bikini spouting all sorts of steak grilling double entendres suck as thickness, the effect of cold, proper use of oil, heat and more.
Maybe we should just give up pontificating about the objectification of women in advertising and just sit back and enjoy it.
- Saatchi & Saatchi X opens in China. Forgets to include Chinese.
- Just like click fraud, that high YouTube video viewership count might not be all it's cracked up to be.
- Direct to Consumer drug advertising insanity is about to hit Europe...in the form of an entire TV channel devoted to telling people about drugs they don't need for ailments they don't have.
- While we saw this kite surfing-gone-aircraft video a few days ago unfettered by a brand, it's now attached to Sprite Zero.
- Godzilla and friends get indigestion. Pepto Max to the rescue.
It's every creative's fantasy to demonstrate his or her real talents by shooting a music video or movie.
This is a pathetic fantasy.
So here we see a music video for Boston band Boys Like Girls, created by Company X.
The agency's description:
Director Alan Ferguson worked with Company X's Megan Brennan to snip this vid for breakout band Boys Like Girls. Rocking out in front of their screaming fans, Megan alternates between shots of the pop band and bored teenagers looking for a good time, we get a rock and roll saga that culminates at the concert of the century.
Generic. Nostalgia. Piece. Think Grease II. With emo hair.
Axe just keeps pumping out the goodies for 14 year old boys across the globe. And every other guy across the globe of any age since all men are 14 years old when it comes to certain thoughts. Anyway, enough with the psychoanalysis. Axe, once again, is having fun at the expense of the male race's instinctual weakness, women.
In this little video created to look like an actual webcam mounted near a beach shower, the viewer can change the temperature of the water and view the results. Don't bother with the Cold setting. It doesn't deliver the response you expect. Go right to the Very Hot setting and you'll get the usual girl on girl goodness.
Calling Gary Brolsma. Gary? You still out there? Samsung desperately needs you since you're the only one who can turn lip syncing into an overnight, worldwide sensation. You see, Samsung's UpStage Contest is looking for people to film themselves while lip syncing Melody Club's Destiny Calling. If you can deliver Numa Numa goodness, Samsung will award you a round trip for four to LA with a two night stay at the Standard Hollywood, concert tickets of your choice, a $3,000 shopping spree, four UpStage phones and a camcorder. Sweet deal, huh? Come on, Gary, we know you can do it. We know you're dying to get back to the top of the viral charts. Admit it.
So give us some of that "Mi ya hi, mi ya ho, mi ya ha" goodness. Samsung will love you and so will we. Of course the song Samsung chose sucks compared to that catchy Numa Numa tune.