Agonizing over that tiny dent on your car? You’ve got nothing on this guy. In a new 15-second spot for BrokerLink, a bearded suburbanite has is prized SUV crushed by falling space debris and a decrepit satellite.
Ex Cops are a pretty awesome band. McDonald's asked them to play SXSW for free. You know. For the exposure. McDonalds. Who has made bazillions, by selling bazillions of food, and is sponsoring SXSW, doesn't have money to pay the band. My retort would have been, "If a global fast food company already knows who we are, we don't need the exposure."
Breathtaking spot for Cinthol, challenges us all to shut down the mobiles, tablets, and social media apps, and get out there and live. Before you start tweeting or run to your next status update meeting, get lost in this spot for a couple of minutes.
This first person POV spot of a girl's journey from birth to giving birth is for the Discovery Life Channel. Now I know what you're thinking. "The Discovery Channel already focuses on my favorite reality subjects: Survivng in the wilderness, Cars, Sharks and Myth Busting.
To generate awareness for the Icelandic Cancer Society's "Mottumars," which is like Movember, except it's for your ass. Simply put this ad starts with a guy getting a slap on the ass from a doctor who admires his squeaky clean colon.
To coincide with International Women's Day, March 8th, WCRS partnered with Ocean Outdoor to create an interactive billboard, in London's Canary Wharf. On the billboard is a woman with bruises on her face, with the line "Look at me." Uding facial recognition technology, the more people who look at the billboard, the more her face slowly heals.