This campaign for Issa Law Offices feature honest and offbeat portraits of the associates who work for the firm.
Rather than just do regular old bios for the associates in his law office, Mark Issa decided to give them some personality instead.
Every so often advertising portfolio students are nice (or brave) enough to send us their spec ads.
These for Haribo Gummy Bears come from Valentin René Tillian and Michael Wilde, two students at HAW Hamburg, Design Department.
As far as pure visual solutions go, these seem like they'd find a nice home in Luerzers Archive.
Where's Rudy? I think he's hiding from Ted. Not because he is afraid of the vet, but because he does not want to be associated with Ted's horrendous acting.
Oh I get it. The dumb guy has the bad breath. Not the dog. Got it. Right.
This spot goes from boring old product demo spot a la Pedigree to acid flashback with a giant Dog's head, which at least gives it some personality.
Introducing Milk Bone's teeth brushing treats. Featuring a dog (what else) named Rudy and a chubby everyman named Ted.
This ad is a product demo for a treat that helps dogs brush their teeth.
Classical music is making a comeback.
The Chicago Latino Film Festival wants you to know that great movies don't begin with special effects. They begin with great stories. I love the stage hands.