If this doesn't make you want to visit Switzerland, I don't know what will.
Three young hospital patients were each given a moderately high end digital camera, a crash course from the production company in videography, and instructions only to “shoot yourself being yourself.” They had the cameras for 6 weeks and turned in about four hours of film. Meet Mackenzie who filmed this entire ad.
This three minute case study proves that if Coke manipulates us by putting us under with the help of a hypnotist, we'll believe Coke Zero tastes like Coke. Power of suggestion indeed.
Maybe it's just me but If this were a thirty second spot, it would feel like a goofy pepsi spot. Instead, it's Coke, but still goofy. Weird.
On a side note, when this came through the inbox, I mistakenly thought it had something to do with Hipgnosis. Pity it didn't. Because that's a concept I could really get behind no matter what it was.
"Two Unsuspecting Guys Take The New Renault Clio For A Test Drive" - yep, that's how they named this clip, and while it rests on a similar idea of pranking a test driving person like the ŠKODA test drive did, it's not quite as elaborate. It's not like the Pepsi Test Drive where the car salesman was the supposed victim of the prank either.
Or: What happens when a bunch of wacky old people leave their old folks home for a night on the town that includes dancing, getting a tattoo, presumably getting wasted, and ending up at Taco Bell. It’s like an 80’s teen comedy, but with people who are 80.
This will air toward the end of the second quarter but now you’ve seen it.
Deutsch moves past the Star Wars motif for a sunnier look on life. This 'teaser' as it is, pretty much explains the whole story. They mined youtube for angry/freakout videos, and then got all those youtube 'celebrities,' together in a field, and had them sing and dance to Jimmy Cliff doing a cover of The Partridge Family's "Come on get happy."
Egg Films’ Jason Fialkov directed Rise, the new Skyy Vodka commercial conceived by Young & Rubicam’s chief creative officer Graham Lang and creative director Nkanyezi Masango. In this ad, a very elegant young man seems to have just discovered the clapper and put it on steroids as everything he claps into motion is just a bit over the top, including rising the entire rooftop party above the clouds. Now that's classy. You have to drink lots of vodka to make that sort of thing happen though.
The bummer about listening to music is that it's no longer a collective experience. We have our ear buds jammed permanently in our earholes and that's that. But HMDX is out to change that with its Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speakers.
Connect your mobile, ipad or ipod (who has an ipod these days?) or any bluetooth capable device and bam. Instaparty in the streets.
"18 again" is a ' a vaginal rejuvenation & tightening gel' and I don't even want to know what that means but I'm guessing it's "rip-off in a jar". The advert selling this cream hints at what it accomplishes by having a presumed mother and housewife invite her (presumed) hubby to sing and dance like a young Bollywood star, while small children and the older generation stare, mouths agape. They've understood what the cream did for her - making her "feel 18 again" - and so the "button" on this ad is how the older woman orders it online for herself.
Dear, oh dear. "Vaginal" tightening gel. You mean this goes inside? This is worse than Lysol as a contraceptive.
Nine-year old UK Streetdance phenomenon Arizona Snow starts herself off with a bowl of Weetabix and then proceeds to pop, lock, hop and street dance until the pillows explode with her teddy-bears.
Just what the world of fashion advertising really needs, more dancing designers (and models). Yes that's Alber Elbaz strutting his stuff at the end. Stephen Meisel has cooked up a fondue of chic and cheese here, one that presumably won't go straight to the hips but
Santa is on vacation, and can do whatever he wants to. Includes santa helpers saying "Naughty!" & "Nice!"
Albin Gromer updates a classic lullaby called Trollmors Vaggsång. Sadly, whenever I caught this ad on Swedish telly, it has been chopped down to a short shadow of itself and I only get to hear the "yaa yaa yaa yaa oooh" part, losing the entire context of it being a classic lullaby updated. Bummer. This is why you should never do annoying short edits people, they are le suck.
Hugh Jackman struts his stuff doing a "safety dance" conga of some sort, he even entices his chair to join in. Rest assured, Hugh who likes doing his own stunts was shaking his own booty for this, just like he did in Lipton Tokyo Hotel. The VO at the end and the sound in general leaves something to be desired here.
btw, here's the "Safety Dance" rocketnerd remix, just because I can.
Easter-theme now? In Kate Moss' latest ad for Chilean fashion chain Basement she seduces a tapdancing bunny-rabbit with a bouquet of carrots. Yep, that makes sense.
Tag: Make life alive, have an affair / Victoria Milan
Gör livet levanade, ha en affär.
Also known as "The Joy of Pepsi"
Paul dances across a giant piano.
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