You're not just traveling to L.A. on SAS. You are going there to become a big movie star who will own a house with an indoor pool and horses and indoor horses, too. Ha. Great casting on this one. Travelers think big.
Dad teaches daughter how to ride a bike and turns it into a giant anthem of get out there and do stuff and see stuff and order that fried flower and buy that dress only you like etc, until the daughter cuts him off and brings him back down to earth.
Simple print ads for one of Sweden's largest grocery stores, Hemköp which has decided to sell its groceries online since it's now 2016 and everything can be had online these days for a price. But Hemköp wants you to know the price online is the same offline. I would totally eat a pixilated tomato.
Toyota wanted to remind millennials why its important they get their own car. In this case, it's so they don't have to have awkward conversations with their dad about tampons. The man is so well cast, and his timing is perfect.
These pre-roll ads were created for (who else?) millennials who are used to skipping ads as fast as possible. To tap into this, Montreal-based Bleublancrouge created ads that turn those moments before you can finally hit skip into the most awkward ones imaginable.
Michael Phelps is making the Phelps face again. Why? Because he's got a really slow PC. Enter Jim Parsons to taunt him for that fact. "Here you are with a new world record for the slowest computer."
Better get a fast PC