This ad aired in the end of 2009, we ran across it today and it’s absolutely amazing. It’s an anti-smoke campaign from Inpes (a French anti tobacco association). If you see this clip you will realise how lucky you are to ‘exist’. It’s a summary of all the odds that played a role before you could be born.
It is fun for kids to go to McDonald’s. Every time they come they get to play in the playland built in the McDonald’s.
Under their slogan “I’m Loving It“, they wanted adults to feel the same way as their kids. In Sydney they build a giant playland, for only adults. Before, or after their work, they could play and re-live their youth again..
A busy pedestrian crossing in China was taken over by a large canvas with a leafless tree on the road. On both sides of the crossing were sponge cushions placed, soaked in green environmentally friendly washable and quick dry paint. This way footprints represents green leafs. This ambient was made for China Environmental Protection Foundation.
We’ve already seen some great Budweiser spots pass along on this blog. Today we stumbled upon an older one, weirdly we never saw it before. Especially when it’s such a good commercial as this one. Who wouldn’t mind swearing a little to get some beer in the end? Great work again by DDB for Bud, keep them coming please!
As we told you, we were going to upload the short films for the campaign of Paralell Lines. It is the sequel to the stunning project last year, called Carousel. Five directors of the Association Ridley Scott made these impressive short movies. Nice Initiative!
After the jump you can see the other ones.
Who’d ever expected that Wolverine could dance? In ‘Tokyo Dancing Hotel‘, Hugh Jackman jumps around like it was his last dance.
Amusing I must say.
The clip is made by DDB Paris, and according to the Lipton CEO, the commercial is about ”the key values of Lipton Ice Tea, which are positivity, optimism and the uplifting qualities of the drink.”.
Dutch Railways made a fantastic ambient with this one. What they’ve done, on the back of a bus they’ve written a passage from a book. The last two lines of the text say: “If you’ve had the time to read this story this far, you’d better try the train sometime. Dutch railways. Come along.”
Basically it means if you were able the entire text you were stuck in traffic for too long, so you would better take the train next time.
This television commercial introduces the ANZ (Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) Fraud Squad, a team of ANZ employees doing whatever it takes to help protect ANZ customers from online credit card fraud. In this ad the boss tests making an unauthorised internet purchase on a card, resulting in the card omitting helium gas (rather than poisonous gas).
After the jump you can see the other ad!