Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey celebrates its place in rock and roll history with the launch of a new global campaign called “Legend.” Using historic footage, actual concert flyers, ticket stubs, bathroom graffiti and the work of legendary rock photographer, Danny Clinch, the campaign will pay homage to the whiskey that was there. Frank Sinatra, Bad Brains, Joey Ramone, Freddie King and Mudhoney, among others, all paint a vivid picture of music history.
The blue balls blues is what when you forget your protection, boys. Because then you can not score, and that'll hurt. Take it away Rusty and Vern, sing us the blue balls blues.
A very different reminder to bring a condom. Like Metro in Australia "dumb ways to die" the message is brought to you by a humorous song and animation. And the risk shown is different, blue balls, man. Forget unwanted pregnancies and STD's. If you don't bring a raincoat, it will not rain. What does that even mean? I have no idea.
Run toooo the hilllllllllls. run fooooor youuuuuuur liiiiiiiiiiiiiiife.
"Five. Five dollar. Five dollar Foot Loooooong." Oh sorry, wrong song.
I meant: "Toast it up. toast it down. Free toasted cookies are in my town."
This weird melody taps the same strange new wave bedroom recording vein as that other jingle for Quiznos National Cookie Day, courtesy of Kansas City based Barkley.
Now, stop me if I'm just being pervy but how in the heck did they sell the scene where the guy is literally stuffing a cookie into the girl's mouth? I doff my hat to thee, perverts!
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.
Sharpie is showcasing the work of some of its most passionate fans in the brand's first music video! The video, which premiered as a TV spot during the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, features hundreds of images of fan creations set to the music of indie-rock band California Wives.
.....Sharpie’s first-ever music video that is also showcasing the art of die-hard Sharpie fans. Consumers make amazing creations with Sharpie, as past ads have shown. For this spot, some 800 designs submitted to the Sharpie Gallery were winnowed down to be featured in the ad.
The one copy song was a track released in such a way that only one person at a time could take a listen to it. Adam Tensta remembers back in the day when one had to wait for a sing to release, and one had to stand in line to get a new single fresh hot off the presses. With the one copy song, some of that exclusivity was recreated, whilst shamelessly using peoples need to get first in line by asking them to watch something, tell fifteen people on FB about this, or tweet 15 friends about it to spread the song further.
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.
The most interesting thing that happened on this shoot was that we found the prerecorded music vocals did not match our Casting selection. On set we slowed down the play back to a deeper register, and then in post sped up the frame rate as well so everything matched. Thinking on our toes.
Oh Africa is Akon's hopeful tribute to the promise of the African continent and her people to rise above their myriad problems. The video shifts from the singer dancing joyously before an enormous, colorful mural of African imagery; to a choir-like crowd singing and grooving with faces painted in the colors of the continent's flags; to a culminating scene of footballers kicking soccer-ball-like paintballs into a wall, creating a massive image of star athletes unified for the collection of nations.
"Unity" from the NBA Playoffs Campaign, completed by Brickyard VFX via Goodby Silverstein & Partners. It's one of seven spots airing throughout the playoffs.
This is Brickyard's fourth straight year working with the NBA on their playoffs campaign. “Unity” juxtaposes footage of rivals Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, and uses interview clips with each player to emphasize the importance of team unity in achieving victory. Ultimately the seven spots are tied together through different spins on the NBA Playoffs’ “where amazing happens” tagline. DJ Steve Porter set the footage to various beats, mixing and looping dialogue to create the innovative rap-like flow of the spots.
Here's a :30 spec commercial we created for the Apple iPod Touch. For more, check out: http://www.couriercontent.tv
Aaaah, the Jupiter Drawing room has figured out what a family of six can do with all those free wimpy-glasses they get with the many Valuelicious Meals they must have consumed. Deck out in horrific home-made 80's glamrock gear and play Funky Town. But of course.
Forget "auto tune the news" here Sony and 180 LA take it one step further, and auto-tune the ad. This was done by the auto-tune the news guys, as they edited stuff from the Sony Electronics 6-spot national “Panel of Experts” campaign together to make this mix.
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