Amour - Officer Biggs - (2012)

Amour - Officer Biggs - (2012)

Dear officer, is there anything else I can do to get out of this ticket? Well.. gee, when you put it that way. Sure.

 

Amour - Dirty Pool - (2012)

Amour - Dirty Pool - (2012)

The pool boy arrives to help clean that dirty, dirty, pool. There are more dirty things around.

 

Amour - Special Delivery - (2012)

Amour - Special Delivery - (2012)

So close to bad porn it's almost wrong. We have the really bad editing, rubbish sound, terrible casting of overly-muscular pizza "boy" far too old to hold such a job, and of course the lady who ordered it dressed in nothing but a towel and fuck-me-heels.

Execution in porn-style: deux points. Of course to get to see the real deal you have to sign up for the product.

 

Israel Loves Iran

When you run into a good idea it is hard to ignore it. When it is a ridiculous idea it is absolutely impossible.

I guess many Israelis that saw the “Israel Loves Iran” indie campaign thought to themselves that this cannot be ignored. Putting aside the political issue, I wonder if this is the next generation of political campaigns. It doesn’t take much to make some noise in social media, put up a Facebook page, YouTube channel, link everything to a website, or in this case a subdomain at a website where most of its pages lead to 404 error page, and you got yourself a homemade campaign. Next stage is tipping the traditional media that every story, as absurd as it maybe will make them bit the bite since it involves Facebook.

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Anton Berg - The Generous Store. No cash or credit cards, just good deeds.

Imagine a store where you don't pay with money, but instead with good deeds. Go on. Close your eyes. It's full of chocolate isn't it?

Yep the recent Anton Berg pop-up store, a.k.a the generous store, where you can not pay with money. Chocolate so good money can't buy it, anyone?

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Hahn - Beer Locator / Disco Dancer - (2012) :90

Hahn - Beer Locator / Disco Dancer - (2012) :90

Dear Hahn, when I'm out disco dancing, I always lose my beers in the dark. Can you help?

 

Why is Will Ferrel shilling Old Milwaukee, randomly? Because he is paid to do so.

Is it a prank? Is it "murketing", that is paid marketing pretending it is not? Or is it honestly what Will tells the writer named Sam Adams (how apt!) in AVClub: "I just love Old Milwaukee. That’s my official answer."

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