Check out this cool new commercial for Snickers in the United Arab Emirates. It’s from Impact BBDO and directed by Joeri Holsheimer from Czarevich. The local theme Don’t Stop is worked out with red and green traffic-light images that hit on eachother. The TV version can be found here, while the exclusive directors cut can be seen below.
Glue London just released a new episode in the online campaign for Virgin Money. It’s an interactive, kinda strange but nicely simple video thing that shows a classical ballerina going wild and wilder after you hit the say yes button. It did trigger me to go all the way through.
I guess you’ve all heard the news by now: Apple is introducing the long awaited iPhone. Steve Jobs announced this during his annual keynote speech at MacWorld. But there’s more. In this spoofed keynote speech by Greenpeace we hear that Apple turns green. Nice timing! “This is the product that you, our users, asked for, and which all of us at Apple wanted to make.”
In late December, Discovery Channel (US) aired a great documentary about the history of iPod. Since it’s introduction in October 2001, Apple sold over 70 million pieces worldwide. An amazing story.
In Mozilla’s ongoing campaign to promote their FIrefox browser, they get a lot of support from a fast growing Firefox community. But sometimes they make their own ads – and damn good too! Here’s the latest TV commercial.
At Cannes Film Festival 2001 we’ve seen the hilarious spoof on the advertising industry in the “Truth in Advertising” video. Now a similar video pops up. Get ready for “The Truth In Ad Sales”.
Dutch Brewer Grolsch just launched a new green beer bottle. The introduction is backed by an online commercial inspired by the famous One Red Paperclip story. Good to see that more and more advertisers get inspired by remarkable online initiatives.
In Holland, New Years Eve is traditionally celebrated with loads of family fireworks. It’s also tradition that people ignore all safety precautions, which leads to hundreds of serious injuries, especially between the age of 10 to 19. To create awareness among these youngsters, a lot of confronting campaigns have been created over the years. But this year it’s different. The campaign is online and has a sarcastic taste: fictive character named Li-Kung Lee gives you safety precautions the Chinese way. For those who still don’t understand, the tagline in the video says: ‘Good luck in the year of the pig’.
Wondering what’s on Toyota’s mind? Or better, curious what goes on in the world of Toyota? Then go and check out their new brilliant Swedish website. Informative, but brought to you in a very pleasant en entertaining way. The animated site is made by NorthKingdom (definitly see the portfolio).
In Holland we’re used to young foreigners that come over to Amsterdam to get totally wasted. So is The Bulldog, a big and famous coffee-shop in our capital. To give their intoxicated costumers a save place to sleep they also run a hostel. And this is how they promote the hostel online. The video is directed by Peter Strange who made a clever combination of the famous wasted pictures and the stop motion trend.
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