Adland's Commercial Archive

 

Adland's Commercial Archive - more than 45,000 commercials.

 

Paul's Dairy "Twins" (2015) :30 (Australia)

Paul's Dairy "Twins" (2015) :30 (Australia)

In the Extraordinary Place (a real hand-crafted model) where Paul's dairy comes from, two twins, Frank and Felix, make the stop lights turn red and green. Nice touch with the tortoise and hare paintings hanging on the wall by their breakfast table.

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McDonald's "Good Things" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

McDonald's "Good Things" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

The sofa that appears toward the beginning of this spot made me think i was watching an adidas spot. But nope, it's actually for McDonald's. Burrell Communications enlisted the iconic director Joe Pytka for this spot.

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Orange Babies "Borrowed Time" (2015) 1:30 (South Africa)

Orange Babies "Borrowed Time" (2015) 1:30 (South Africa)

Here's a beautiful but heartbreaking spot featuring a mother trying to let her baby see and experience as much as possible before it is too late. The spot ends with the message there's no reason for a baby to be born with HIV ever again.

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Air France "France is in the air" (20150 :45 (France)

Air France "France is in the air" (20150 :45 (France)

Air France is in the air. Which makes sense, because airplanes. This light-as-a-feather spot features lots of people on swings. A couple of them are ballerinas from The Opera Garnier.

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Kohler "Never TOO timeless" (2015) :30 (USA)

Kohler "Never TOO timeless" (2015) :30 (USA)

Kohler faucets are timeless, but not so timeless that they don't fit in with a modern look, either. I.e. not TOO, timeless. I would have gone with Not *too* timeless, but whatever.

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BrokerLink - Satellite - (2015) :15 (CANADA)

BrokerLink - Satellite - (2015) :15 (CANADA)

Agonizing over that tiny dent on your car? You’ve got nothing on this guy. In a new 15-second spot for BrokerLink, a bearded suburbanite has is prized SUV crushed by falling space debris and a decrepit satellite.

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Mecal 2015 "Virile Film" (2015) 1:44 (Spain)

Mecal 2015 "Virile Film" (2015) 1:44 (Spain)

To showcase Mecal 2015's Barcelona International Short and Animation festival, snoopbarcelona created the most virile film ever. That's right. Virile.

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