Escape the city, return to the wild, with a really modern car. Sure, why not?
Orb remixed the sounds of a VW back in 2008. Nike mixed music from sports sounds in 2005. Nissan Altima sampled the car and made music in 2002. And there was Addictive TV's "take the lead" remix. In short it was a big ad-trend before Pogo's Upular took the world by storm and inspired a new generation of video sampling music creators.
Remember that girl you didn't notice in high school? Apparently when she graduated college, she started crashing high school reunions, because there ain't no way she's the same age as everyone else in that high school class.
STORY’s Jeff France has directed a new spot for Prestone and The Richards Group, Dallas, that seeks to assure car owners that they have no reason to fear the reaper. Prestone has their backs.
The amazing thing isn't that you can go everywhere in a Land Cruiser, but that you can sell a car spot that doesn't actually show the car.
Elastic Director Angus Wall shakes off the doldrums of winter with a vibrant, pastel-hued spot for the 2013 Chevy Volt. Working via Commonwealth, Wall guides five colorful ladies and their matching Chevy Volts through the streets of Paris for a day of shopping and adventure. On the way, the five Volts spin and swerve in a gorgeous ballet, courtesy of the VFX and editorial pros at Elastic sister companies Rock Paper Scissors and a52.
Subaru: the car for Dink intellectuals who like to do everything from log rolling to falconry, to, based on the woman's last comments in the spot, a foursome with old hippies in a hot spring pool.
Not really the kind of "Made with love," I was expecting, Subaru.
*Dink = Dual Income No Kids.
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