Probably inspired by the very viral Animator vs Animation, Club Internet released a surprising and entertaining campaign site that keeps your attention just long enough to get the commercial message. Club Internet sells Triple Play (Phone, TV, Internet) in France and is part of Deutsche Telecom.
For those who did not hear about Joost yet (where have you been!), here’s a new commercial that explains it all.
Marketing Alternatif points at in interesting scrolling ad display. The Wonderbra ad seems to be stuck. Brilliant idea or a broken display? I say brilliant idea..
Great print ad for Viagra (Pfizer) in Mexico. Responsible agency is Ogilvy & Mather. Via
The winners of the first Dubai Lynx Awards, the new leading creative advertising competition for the Middle East and North Africa, were revealed yesterday. After selecting a shortlist of 388 ads from the 1679 entries submitted, the jury awarded a total of 111 Dubai Lynx trophies. The Interactive Grand Prix was won by Lowe Mena Dubai for the Axe Deodorant commercial ‘Females’. View all the winning work.
After a quiet and mysterious start last monday, more information gets available on the campaign around the European release of PlayStation 3. Shots.net has some interesting insights from responsible agency TBWA\London, including campaign strategies. Besides that we just have the thisisliving.tv website and a promising video. To be continued. update: Only for PS3 players, Sony will launch a virtual Second Life kinda world called Home. Have a first look..
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.”
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