Cool commercial from Twix, the chocolate biscuit made by Mars, Inc. According to them this is the absolutely true, non-fiction history of Twix. Love the vintage and the “Charlie and the Chocolate factory“-atmosphere.
Imagine this spot being on TV when you are watching your favourite television show. Will it put a smile on your face like it did with us? The easy humour is what makes this commercial so funny. It’s absurd but will definitely be remembered.
Here’s a new commercial from Skittles. Can it get any weirder, probably not, but you never know with Skittes. Made by TBWA\Chiat\Day
The five colourful M&M’S spokescandies were looking for their outspoken brother, Red. Canadians had the chance to win a red smart for two coupé by helping with the search in an online promotion called Find Red created by Proximity Canada in 2010. The search begins on www.findred.ca, where participants can use a version of the Google Maps Street View API to look for three virtual Toronto locations where Red is hidden. Thank you Ken Vanhalle for letting us know we forgot this nice campaign.
Chupa Chups launched a sidewalk art project in The Netherlands, encouraging kids to decorate their sidewalks. To promote this project they created a huge piece of colorful art in the middle of the Amsterdam business district. The artwork was made in collaboration with a street artist and some kids. Even the businessmen got down on their knees to help out.
Here’s a funny contradiction; a dog sticking his butt out of the window, instead of his head.. But why would he do that?
“Don’t listen to him Benny, you’re not weird, you’re an innovator!”
This is probably the most disturbing chewing-gum ad ever made. The commercial is for Stride and although you’ll probably see the joke coming, it’s hard not to laugh at the end.
Made by JWT, New York.