Lew'Lara\TBWA explains: "The campaign was created for the launch of the new Nissan Sentra with 6 airbags. To reinforce the car's high level of safety, we created ads that show, in a playful way, how fragile people are." Yes, as fragile as Delft Blue /Delftware pottery. Or as fragile as our willing suspension of disbelief regarding massive photoshop jobs.
Opel ADAM has features and comes in many colors. Many colors. Wait, let me repeat that, many colors. 60.000 exterior and 80.000 interior combinations. Yep. So how do you announce this to a dark wintery Denmark? What Unclegrey did was get an Opel Adam (bright white) and parked it on the high-street, then with the help of KubKub's crazy VJ Thomas Romlöv and Kay&Ndustry DJ Ole Brodersen they made the car change colors like a rock-star all night as stunned bar-hoppers and shoppers passed by. Looks pretty neat, doesn't it?
To ensure that the mesmerized onlookers knew what they were seeing, flyers were given out to interested parties at both ends of the street. It announced the new car and directed people to design their own on the Opel Website.
1 out of 3 Belgians watch their favorite shows in delayed mode, meaning they fast forward through the commercials.
"DDB and Volkswagen now come up with a creative solution that rethinks the standard tv ad format. To promote the new Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio we developed the so-called 'slowmercial'."
That's really cute guys, so cutting it's like whoah, it's like nobody ever thought of that before. Except Markenfilm in Germany. in the 90s. And those rumored TiVo fast forward ads in the early 2000s in the US. Welcome to the future. Nice ads.
I mock because I love guys, it's really kinda clever.
Shot by Pretty Bird’s Melina Matsoukas in cooperation with agency Team One, the spot boasts sheen, polish, primp, and fashion—all juxtaposed against the Lexus IS performing furiously on a darkened highway.