E*trade "Wolf Style"
Please E*trade, just stop this already. We told you last year it wasn't funny.
The reveal, Cetelem fess up about the fake credit company called Bingo Credit - the dishonest alternative - and promote their own responsible loans.
Cetelem France and TBWA continue to mock the shadier credit companies behavior with this campaign, signed "Bingo Credit" - the dishonest alternative.
Cetelem France and TBWA parody shadier credit companies behavior with this campaign, signed "Bingo Credit" - the dishonest alternative.
Casinos - they have the lovely stylish reputation from Bond movies, but in reality they're the pop-up riddled face-tattoing plague of tacky marketing. Take this lovely shot of an older female player's ass, as the ad to promote a competition to win VIP tickets to the Aegon Masters Tennis Tournament at the Royal Albert Hall watching "Tennis stars from yesteryear". Brandrepublic says
The full-page ad will run in this Friday's issue of the free title Sport magazine.
Oh RLY? Yeah, that's not at all tacky as hell, guys.
I'm having a hard time telling these two apart. Despite the previous swiftcover ad with Iggy Pop being banned, as musicians aren't covered, Swiftcover.com decided to use him again putting down £30million on this advertising campaign. The mini-me Iggy Pop puppet is created by the puppeteers behind the legendary Spitting Image.
There are no coincidences. When a butterfly bats its wings, etc, this time told via gooseberries by TBWA\PHS Helsinki.
In this ad, it's fun to play "spot the city", as the footage comes from all over the world.
Cutters' lead editor Nadav Kurtz states, "The sheer amount of compelling material, with over 30 hours of 35mm, 16mm and Hi-Def footage, was initially daunting. I spent the first week just digesting it all and cutting longer versions. I was initially drawn to the "bigger," more beautiful imagery. But by the second week, it became clear that the spot also needed those simple, intimate human moments. Draft FCB's John Claxton, Kurt Fries and Greg Lederer were, as always, very patient and thoughtful and were committed to giving the footage its due diligence. In this type of spot, there's a moment when the cut achieves a certain harmonious balance and I feel like we captured that."
This launch follows the recent extension of Visa’s Olympic Games sponsorship for another eight years – through 2020 – enabling Visa’s financial institution clients and merchant partners to continue to build strong relationships with their customers through unique Visa marketing programs.
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