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We all suffer from this from time to time. We open the refrigerator door and are presented with a panoply of leftovers. Except none of them are magnificent or impressive. Rather they're slimy, smelly, old and entirely uninviting. But, in the case of these particular leftovers, they can sing. Yes, sing. And in this Deutsch NY-created Outback Steakhouse video, they sing 12 Days of Leftovers.
Which, of course, makes us want to slam shut the refrigerator door, hop in the car and head over to Outback for a delicious steak.
Wait, what? You're still here? Go! Go! The article's finished. You can go to Outback now.
In an effort to convey just how newspapers can still command a reader's attention, DuvalGuillaume, on behalf of Belgium's Newspaperwork, gave three top newspaper advertisers a free, chauffeur-driven ride (and a newspaper to read) while attempting to distract them with silliness.
Everything from pantless chauffeur drivers to flaming runners to mediuan strip golfers to a bear driving a car to a man in a space suit to an American Indian on a motorcycle couldn't distract the advertisers from their newspapers
Hmm. Either newspapers truly are interesting or the advertisers where just busy attempting to find their own ads and where in the paper their competitors advertise.
Comprised of one part grampa's comfiness and one part crazy stories kids find on the interwebs, WingAdvertising is offering the ultimate Christmas gift. The YOLO Holiday Sweater. Well, in actuality, a sweater pattern you can give to your grandmother so she can "get her knit on."
As an event photographer I can attest to every one of the challenges highlighted in this new, James Franco-directed video that promotes the Samsung Galaxy camera. In the ad, Franco photographs friends at a party he's hosting. As he does so, he runs into situations faced by a photographer and how the Galaxy camera can help overcome the obstacles.
Toronto ad agency exec Kyle Hosick has launched EverydayActors, a site that ams to change the way video talent is sought. In a way, it's like iStockPhoto for video. Creative types can source talent for their video needs.
Users can browse the database to find exactly who they need (based on location, gender, age, ethnicity, special features and style like "geek chic") and negotiate the gig directly with the actor. The site doesn't take any kind of back-end percentage or charge a fee. Actors pay $20 to create a profile.
For marketers who need an "everyday" person to serve as an extra, a face, or an actor in a video for a campaign, this just might be worth checking out.
Jell-O, aiming to "fun things up" and save the world from ruin on December 21, is making an offering (see the video below) to the Mayan Gods with...Jell-O pudding. And in accordance with their aim to "fun things up," the brand is hosting a contest. Through Dec. 20th, 12 daily winners will be randomly selected to win $100. To be entered, people can follow @jello, tweet what they want to do before the word ends and include the hashtag #funpocalypse.
Perhaps riffing a bit on the Toyota "Swagger Wagon" Sienna video from Saatchi & Saatchi LA, Fiat is out with "The Motherhood," an ode to life as a mom and how the Fiat 500L is the, well, swagger wagon of motherhood.
So here's a tale of two eReaders from E ink created by Boston-based Captains of Industry that aims to highlights the benefits E Ink screens over tablet-style LCD screens. Once you get past the chuckle of a guy named Dick reading a chapter called The Period (hey, we are easily amused), the video makes strong, yet still humorous reasons why, for basic reading, you'll definitely want a e reader over a tablet.
We're sure Candace Swanepoel, Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes (gotta love that name), Alessandra Ambrosio, Lily Aldrige, Lindsay Ellison and Erin Heatherton are all perfectly lovely women. As are, it would seem, all of the Victoria's Secret models. But when we view them in this cringe-worthy Christmas ad attempting to sing Deck the Halls, we want to poke holes in our ears just to stop the pain.
Yea, sure. It's fun to show hot women try to sing Christmas carols. Especially when they're all dolled up in holiday-themed hottie-wear. Hell, it's fun to show hot women doing nothing at all. But. Please. Make. It. Stop.
With help from BBDO New York, the American Red Cross has launched a new "storytellers" ad campaign which consists of personal accounts filmed by real people affected by tragedy and how the Red Cross came to their aid. The stories are touching and eloquently capture experiences we all hope we never have to go through.