GMF "We are for those" (2016) 1:15 (France)

GMF "We are for those" (2016) 1:15 (France)

GMF has been the leading insurer of public sector workers for the past 80 years. To celebrate their commitment, TBWA\Paris has launched "We are for those," a manifesto spot decreeing all the people they are for: The ones who help each other. The one who are compassionate.

 

Moe's Southwest Grill "Waterfall" (2016) :30 (USA)

Moe's Southwest Grill "Waterfall" (2016) :30 (USA)

Moe's, that Southwest joint is back with another foodscape. This time it's for their Ancho Lime Bowl. I could totally live by a lime juice waterfall and snack on ancho chicken the rest of my life.

 

Corona "Drone surf" (2016) :15 (The Netherlands)

Corona "Drone surf" (2016) :15 (The Netherlands)

I love the hypnotic music. But Drone Surfin' sounds like a Beach Boys song. "Drone Surfin' everybody's goin' now. Drone Surfin' Let me show you how now."
I'll see myself out.

 

PIRCH Home Retail Showroom gets cheeky with tastemakers

This May, PIRCH will open a 32,000 sq. ft., three-floor, showroom on the corner of Broome and Lafayette. PIRCH, for those who don't know, is a luxury appliance retailer that allows you to try out the products in store, creating an experience for the shopper that is unlike any other.

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Corona "The Flow" (2016) 1:00 (The Netherlands)

 Corona "The Flow" (2016) 1:00 (The Netherlands)

Everything is moving in reverent slow motion in this visceral hyper-sounding surf heavy spot for Corona. I love the music, too. So relaxing.

 

Pedigree "pUp Syndrome" (2016) 2:00 (Russia)

Pedigree "pUp Syndrome" (2016) 2:00 (Russia)

In Russia, people with Down Syndrome are rejected. People believe they are unable to work, so in the entire country only four people with Down Syndrome are employed. Pedigree wanted to change that and change perceptions of people with Down Syndrome.

 

POST BANK - The People who.... (2016) :30 (Kenya)

POST BANK - The People who.... (2016) :30 (Kenya)

It's always fun to see lifestyle advertising from around the world. So much is the same while it may look different. We have the old man who can't find his glasses and his wife who has already expected he needs them.

 

Häagen-Dazs makes psuedo-code headlines for San Francisco posters

Anyone traveling with BART in San Francisco is likely to spot these posters for Häagen Dazs , where the 'headline' is meant to be some sort of psuedo code. It uses square brackets just like Smalltalk and the "Greater Than" sign that makes my brain turn it all into greentext.

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