Crash and Compute featuring Emil de Waal Spejderrobot New Normal - music video (2013) 3:37 (denmark)
There's a concept to this music video, one that involves regurgitating stock photography ideas and re-doing it. So no, it's not The Danish Banks version of The New Normal. Logging into stock photo Getty Images and searching for "crash" and "computing" Copenhagen ad agency SELIGEMIG found images of broken glass, cars leaping off cliffs, retro-computing, future computing and even a man that looks like Mr Spicy Meatballs tearing up his stereotypical italian dinner.
Microsoft relaunches outlook, now as a webmail with features like sweep. This ad may be a tad outrageous with the delivery-man turned stunt man, and everyone connecting left and right to boot - but it does show off the features quite nicely and makes Outlook look quite attractive.
Learn more at tryoutlook.com.
Oh you know how it is, you've unboxed the shiny new gadget and everything else is a blur for a while. You test cameras, sound, apps, all sorts of things and this is the moment you throw caution to the wind and surf tha intarwebs without a condom on. Norton shows you in the most outrageous way possible, that this is kinda dangerous and you've only escaped unharmed so far because you're a lucky lucky man. Whoa, is that a ship tearing down that building?
"You smell like you look ama.." "Amazing, I know"
The Old Spice Dange Zone "jungle Wilderness" ad brings our hero through piranha-infested waters, gator-swamps, trafficated jungle roads, and trees full of jungle snakes. Of course this does not stop him, even if he's picked clean to the bone below the belt (lacking that bit of anatomy one might want to use when getting lucky with the ladies, I'll note... Yes, I went there.)
If you could freeze the exact moment when a five-car pile up happened, what would you see? That's the concept behind the interactive experience at autotopsy.ca and crash-and-burn.com, created by Toronto-based interactive studio Jam3, for the gritty new Showcase series Cra$h and Burn.
The site challenges visitors to play the part of forensic crash investigator Jimmy Burn, the lead character in the TV show, in order to unravel the story behind a multi-vehicle pile up. Part game, part narrative experiment, the visually stunning site offers a host of interactive video content alongside character case studies that provide hints and red herrings alike. Check the showcase movie that describes how the sites work.
The Embrace Life film, hosted on embracethis.co.uk has already gotten a lot of attention since its launch on Wednesday 20th January. Positive feedback is pouring over the facebook group as well as via email. The slow motion storytelling is both beautiful and touching. osocio.org has spoken to the director about it.
Adfreak has me ruining my mascara Monday morning by pointing out "Australia celebrates brutal road-safety PSAs". TAC has a way of pushing every button I've got, and this one adds Michael Snipe crooning "Everybody hurts" which only floods my tear canals even more.
This ad was created to reminded all Victorians of their responsibility to drive safely, as TAC marked 20 years of road safety campaigns and drivers across the state switched their headlights on for road safety. The ad is a composite of the previous 20 years ads, each one a jarring tearjerker in its own right. For extra impact they air this ad across all networks, there is no escape.
Anonymous Content Director Patrick Sherman helms the first new TV creative for Interstate Batteries since 2007. Sherman collaborated with agency Firehouse to develop the spots, which each feature a hapless driver stranded in a frustrating predicament due to a dead car battery.
Before you get your knickers in a twist, you should read all the updates in the DM9DDB Brazil 911 / Tsunami ad post - after that you may proceed. Here's the easter egg, a commercial that went with the One Show merit awarded WWF poster. The line makes a little more sense here in the TV ad, so I think the disconnect that I got from the poster was their original line being lost in translation.
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Due to the increased risks that British Troops take whilst on operations, they find it difficult adjusting to the risk thresholds of normal civilian life, particularly when on the road where they drive faster and more recklessly. In fact they are twice as likely to die on the road as civilians. Consequently, the British Army commissioned the following campaign in an effort to alter the behaviour of British troops when they return home from active service.
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