A new YouTube experience has been made. This time it was created by Dufresne Corrigan Scarlett, the France-based creative agency, and MediaMonks, the digital production agency for Heineken owned brand Desperados. Join their YouTube Party.
OK this idea is rather absurd, people degenerating themselves by acting drunk and serving as a direction sign to a bar. It looks like they found some people to do the job anyway. At least it gives you a good laugh, and that’s why we’re sharing it.
72 TV commercials were aired during the Super Bowl 2011. While some of these were the trailers of upcoming movies, others were funny super bowl commercials which left the audience in splits. The Super Bowl 2011 advertisements list was dominated by commercials of cars and alcoholic beverages.
Super Bowl commercials are the main attraction for a lot of viewers. Fox has sold out the available Super Bowl slots (30 seconds) at about $3 million very early on. According to AdAge the Super Bowl 2010 contained almost 48 minutes of commercials.
Adweek made a compilation of 61 Super Bowl commercials in just over 2 minutes. After the break, you can watch all the Super Bowl commercials of 2011.
“A man must exist in a state of balance between risk and safety. Pure risk leads to self-destruction. Pure safety leads to stagnation. In between lies survival and progress“. These are the words of Barry, a multitalented German, promoting the new beer called ‘Wild Fire’.
Today we cannot stop talking about social networking, over 600 million people have Facebook and everyday new social networks are launched. Heineken however has been a social networking for a long time. This clever print advertisement illustrates that, with the following tagline: “Heineken: Social Networking since 1873”.
In the disturbingly near future real men are all but extinct. The last of them reside within Ranfurly Man Park, an area of New Zealand where men can live as nature intended. This billboard campaign from Barnes, Catmur and Friends Auckland helps to re-educate the public about this once-proud species. Outdoor complements the existing TV campaign.
This campaign made for Polar Beer is by the ad agency AlmapBBDO, Brazil. Rio Grande do Sul is the birthplace of Polar Beer, it also just happens to have two of Brazil’s most competitive soccer teams, arch rivals “Internacional” and “Grêmio”, so what would a beer brand do?
This print advertisement in Men’s Magazine Menzo is made for Carlsberg. What you need to do is tear out the page, fold the paper on the lines and fold it in two. Now you can open a bottle of Carlsber with it. The ad is titled: “ Probably the best ad in the world.