The idea to celebrate this chocolate brands 80th birthday is a simple as it is inclusionary. By printing special edition chocolate bar packaging with numbers, from 1-80, the brand itself practically invited everyone who had a birthday to join in celebration.
I don't want to ruin the story of Utari and her strange affection for a tree. It's worth watching the three minutes. It's a story of love, longing and loss. You might, as I did, see what the tree symbolises early on, but it's still a beautifully told story.
Even before google ad-sponsored piracy and Spotify’s abysmal streaming rates eradicated the chances of making a respectable living, musicians have supplemented their incomes with day jobs until their dreams of making it big came true. R.E.M.’s Peter Buck worked in a record store. Soul Coughing front man Mike Doughty worked the door at The Knitting Factory. When the Velvet Underground broke up, Lou Reed worked as a typist in his father’s office.
I have a feeling that Beer?! will be a very popular app among us adgrunts. With a quick tap-tap you invite all the friends you care to drink with out for a beer. When emojis simply won't do! Amazing, isn't it, we've actually gotten so lazy in our social life that we want a quick tap-tap to ask friends out for a . The mind boggles. Whatever mindblowing forward-thinking futuristic app-solution will we think of next?
GE and BBDO New York somehow convinced Jeff Goldblum to be a spokesperson once again. And like so many other campaigns where Jeff Goldblum is a spokesperson, he's being Jeff Goldblum - but with a spray tan and Liberace hair.
All the swagger you could ever want in a car commercial. And yet it doesn't take itself seriously. Thirty years after the Peugeot 205 GTi was introduced, Peugeot revamps it for a new version. This spot is pure eye candy and just plain fun.
Jason Scott has made a random junk suggestion generator called Ways to get into advertising, where the advice is every hilarious stereotype you've ever heard about the hot shops and over-hyped ideas. "FEDEX AKQA a giant QR code that links to your book" Good lord, no.