This is not a love story. This is a story of life.
THE WORLD FIRST MUSIC MICROWAVE! Quick Chef Music.
Always nice to see that after decades of marketing and advertising people still come up with great simple ideas.
Here is a nice case study of a campaign for BGH microwaves. It’s fun, it’s effective. The video speaks for itself.
Now, this is a 21st century.
If Samsung makes good on the promises from its latest video, showing a conceptual tablet with a flexible AMOLED screen, then the tablets of the future will make the current ones look ancient in comparison.
In the video, a see-through device made entirely of a flexible, AMOLED touch screen is used to take photos, watch videos, read news, play 3D games and translate speech from one language to another – and it all looks amazing.
LUCK IS AN ATTITUDE.
MARTINI launch new commercial starring Kisser Casting winner of the LUCK IS AN ATTITUDE campaign. Well, commercial is a commercial. Like the black and white treatment, but they could have done better with the story line. Not such a big twist in the end.
Work from Ogilvy Buenos Aires, the Alentometro (Encourage-meter), a screen disposed in Buenos Aires, Argentina where fans could watch the next game of the Argentinean football team… if they make enough noise to keep the image on the screen. Very simple, very smart!
Herb Younger thought we were a film crew documenting three generations of an American family. Little did he know, we conspired with his two sons, Jared and Derek, to return his long-lost Impala. The rest, as you’ll see, is history.
A 1965 Chevy Impala SS is more than a car to the Younger family, it’s what binds them together. To pay for his sons’ education, Herb Younger was forced to sell his beloved ‘65 Impala. Two decades later, they found a way to pay him back.
Chevy runs deep.
John Lewis Christmas Commercial 2011.
Sydney-based illustrator Matt Huynh recently visited New York City, and while he was there he went to check out the Occupy Wall Street protests. After seeing a flurry of signs with different messages, he jotted them down and placed them all together, creating the ultimate Occupy Wall Street sign. What I did is just put in some colors in it.