Desperate to shed its baby boomer appeal and widen its audience which is understandable, Harley Davidson has launched the millennial-centric "Where will the road take you?" campaign for it's Australia and New Zealand market. They recruited three artists to create the above murals, allowing said artists to express freedom as they saw it.
A supposed self-financed single page advert in the London Metro from a private citizen encourages fellow Britons to remain in the UK. Spotted by Christian Baker who shared it on twitter, where it quickly gained retweet momentum.
A battle in the trenches between Germans and Americans. The sound of gunfire, explosions and screaming voices. The tension builds to a climax, as the combat intensifies, before the camera pulls out to reveal the entire "trench
AMV BBDO have a different tactic in enticing people to pay "stupidity tax", instead of promising how much fun you could have for the untold millions, they show you who really should not be getting those untold millions. Prevent them from winning!
Comedy Central's made an ad for Popeyes Chicken, in the style of a movie trailer. It features two "star-crossed lovers" who fall in love but face the drama of the girl's pop, who doesn't think the boy is "fair," enough. As in county fair.