Fun idea for the new Samsung Galaxy S6. Because you can charge it wirelessly, there must be a use for all those old wire chargers. Yes there is. Leo Burnett Brussels turned them into places where you could recharge yourself.
CHICAGO—Director/Director of Photography Rich Michell has joined STORY for national representation in advertising. A versatile talent, Michell combines storytelling skill with deep experience in product and tabletop cinematography. His credits include such diverse brands as 3M/Scotch, General Mills, Target, Subway, UnitedHealthCare and Wendy’s.
In this episode of "Messin' With Sasquatch," some people mess with Sasquatch. There's a ripping-body-hair moment and then he gets all ragey until he presumably kills one, judging by his strength and all. Also, beef jerky.
Selling hearing aids with a twist - you spend a fortune on looking younger with skincare and miracle creams, why not spend a little on something that keeps you young because you'll hear better? Clever repositioning from BBR Saatchi & Saatchi, Israel.
When you and your other half stay in a Sokos hotel, you are totally surrounded by summer and all the fun things you can do. Judging by the smile on the woman's face and how messed up her hair is when the spot opens, I think we know exactly what the couple is up to.
Russia has a serious speeding problem, resulting in many traffic accidents every year. In order to draw attention to this issue and do something about it, car insurance company INTOUCH created a responsible driving marathon.
Los Angeles— Accomplice Media has signed director Stephen Pearson for exclusive representation in the United States. A one-time advertising agency creative, Pearson has built a strong portfolio as a commercial director, primarily consisting of performance- and character-driven comedy. He has directed projects for agencies across the U.S. and in international markets for such brands as Burger King, Microsoft, H&R Block, Miller, Travel Channel, Domino’s, McDonald’s, Southwest Airlines, Evinrude, Lowe’s, Yoplait, Coors Light, Molson and Tetley.