It was only a matter of time that those Fish-zeppelins we've been buying off the intarwebs to fly around the office made it into an ad. "Everyday should be a little bit different. Add some colour with h2go. How refreshing. ". Wait, I haven't told you the best part yet. This is directed by Ryan Heron via Flying Fish production. Ha ha HA! I know! Right, so what was the product again? Fish-balloons?
Two minutes is spent on explaining this vending machine idea. Can't we make these clips shorter? The idea is rather simple, tighten the caps on Coke bottles, fill a vending machine with these prepped bottles. Put the vending machine in the most romantic park of Shanghai. Wait for young ladies to fail opening a bottle who will then need to ask the nearest man for help, hope that romantic sparks fly.
In a city where it's hard to meet people, it's a cute setup to allow for making new friends and that is very "Coke". It might not have even made anyone go on a date, but at least there was some conversation and smiles shared. And if friendships were forged, it all began over a shared Coca-cola moment. This is so on brand my head hurts.
Forget men in Gorilla suits playing the drums. Publicis Dublin arranged a bright purple tree in a sleepy park, so that joggers, moms and nature lovers could stumble across the magical chocolate-giving tree and its Alpaca Unicorn guardians. Alpaca Unicorns are way way cuter than gorillas, and they don't spit like Llamas.
Feels like I never run into advertising stunts like this around town. What does a girl have to do to get caught on a hidden camera?
This time we find the Kool-Aid man hanging out in a park, squirting red liquid into a glass. A lady asks him why he doesn't just drink himself, because he's made of Kool-aid, but see that freaks people out. Yep. Who knew that when you grab red liquid from your head and drink it, it freaks people out? The Kool-aid man knows. It's part of The Jug Life to know this stuff, see.
Still, No OOOOOH YEAAAAAAHH and bursting through walls, which I kind of miss.
The bostonians bring their TV anywhere they want, and with it comes a wee living room, a teeny fridge, microscopic beers and twee nachos that are still hot ow hot hot, ow!
There’s nothing like the feeling of getting really lucky. A lucky break can make everything better. Combine that with a trip to Fallsview Casino and you’ve really got something. This was the thinking behind Fallsview Casino Resort’s new television campaign, “Anyone Can Get Lucky”, created and produced by Blammo Worldwide.
After receiving the Best Broadcast Advertising award at the 2010 American Gaming Association Communication Awards for “Lucky Streak”, following up in 2011 with a luck driven campaign seemed like a perfect fit for Fallsview Casino Resort.
Tool of North America Director Harry Cocciolo just completed work on a hilariously irreverent spot promoting Oxfam America via 15 Ideas Chicago.
The :30 features a prim woman, who begins the spot seated on a beautiful living room sofa with her daughter, expressing her earnest shock upon having discovered that she could fight hunger and poverty simply by "giving a $%@#." She ventures out into the community, encouraging dignified and shocked passersby to join her in giving a $%@# as she picks up her dry cleaning, pushes a child on a swing, and rides through a residential neighborhood in an ice cream truck.
Jim Beam, founded in 1795, is currently the best selling brand of bourbon in the world.
The Scottish-Korean meets the screaming mime.
Even the Wicked Witch of the west like the two for one Wednesday arranged by Orange.
The Corn Refiners Association want men to stop fearing that their girlfreinds/wives are trying to kill them with ice-lollies. What? That's what I get from this ad. Now EAT IT bubba, your life-insurance will make me a rich lady.
Democratic strategist James Carville and former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, share a coke and a smile and a ride on a Segway....
Agency: Energy BBDO/Chicago
Director: Martin Granger
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