This ad aired during the debut of FOX’s THE X FACTOR, celebrating Pepsi's relationship with music icons while asking "who's next?".
Forget Old Spice's sea captain, the truly wild men of the sea have stories that will make your toes curl, dolphin sex, and lost limbs to sea creatures too horrific to be mentioned. These manliest of men (and zoophiles to boot) are clear spirits with character so of course their drink is as well. This ain't no nancy drink.
Remember the site www.dolphinsex.org? The creator let it lapse and the domain now redirects to a Groupon-ad. Seemed appropriate.
Oooh. Three of my favorite things in one ad, men in kilts, rugby, and men built like redwood trees wearing tiny shorts slamming into each other on the field. Oh right, that's rugby. Seems so appropriate that it ends with a Heineken, which indeed was the beer I drank after watching my first live rugby game, whilst surrounded by the oh-so-very-large-men from the winning team. There's something vital for rugby-fans missing from this ad, and I'll let you know what it is dear w+k if you put me on this account already. ;) My god, rugby and beer, I would so love this brief. Envy.
Fancy drowning yourself (if not your sorrows) in a Newcastle Brown Ale? If you're anywhere near the Del Mar Race Track in California, there's an 8 feet high schooner placed at the entrance of the track for fans to drown themselves in. It's a neat optical illusion, where if you stand in the right place to take a picture, it looks like you're in the glass. If you send that picture to Newcastes facebook page, you may win a prize.
Dentsu Canada are spreading a bit of Japanese joy to Canada with these shadow projections. Participants can transform their shadows into giant legendary Japanese characters including a sumo wrestler, a geisha and a samurai. Neat.
Mercy for animals hijacked the most recent PMS_styled "got milk" campaign, only to spell out "Got ethics" because apparently we are to deduce that it's unethical to drink milk. They explain in detail on their own blog why. The Got milk "got PMS" campaign wasn't well received, with MS Magazine petitioning against it before it even launched.
I will only drink this if I get to visit the white room. Without the freaky singer who explodes into glitter gold and doves. That stuff only happens when I drink tequila.
"'Have a Fit Day' puts fitness in the context of everything else people do. We want people to recognize themselves in the athlete’s journey, and see that the G Series Fit is made to improve the performance of people just like you. Prime, Perform, Recover... and Have a Fit Day. "
Cerveza Norte take helping their customers go to the bar seriously, mate. So seriously they devised the best excuse ever to allow attached men all over north Argentina to have a night out with the boys, and be able to tell the missus they helped clear the parks, renovate schools, clean the lakes. For each beer drunk, a cap was donated as a minute toward "Le Mejor Excusa Del Mundo" (the best excuse in the world) project, and a Northe team would be out doing good deeds for as many minutes as there were caps.
Fourth of July - time for fireworks, barbeques, and patriotic advertising. The latter is exactly what audioEngine helped deliver for Jack Daniel's, in a powerful spot directed by Prettybird's Max Malkin via Arnold. With mixer Rex Recker leading a team that included producer Jessie Meade and EP Sharon DiTullio-Tepper, audioEngine struck the perfect holiday note.
As American As is a steady march through the great inventions of American ingenuity: the jukebox, motorcycle, television, blue jeans, automobile, motorcycle, radio, telephone and more, on through history, until a sturdy bottle of Jack Daniel's is slammed on a table, as American as anything else we've seen. As these images flash past on the screen, Recker perfectly blends a narrator's voiceover with the sounds of Gary Clark Jr.'s Bright Lights, plus the very delicate and subtle use of sound effects.
After watching the craft going into this poster - and a dab of Jack Daniels in he ink no less! - I desperately want one.
Forget the latest digital hype, some things are made with love the same way they were made so many years ago. Yee-Haw Industries made the letterpress poster art for the latest Jack Daniel's campaign, and here we get to peek into how they work. Arnold traveled to Knoxville, Tennessee to create a short, video that captured the pride that went into creating posters for the Jack Daniel’s "Independence" campaign.
The campaign also includes digital elements via an interactive Facebook app that lets Jack Daniel’s enthusiasts create and share their own posters, as well as download or buy the posters Arnold created.
Yeah, I have a question. Is that "vortex" neck as stupid as this ad is? "Fully release the lager taste", you're just agitating the beer by a faster pour into a glass (which by the way, nobody uses), aren't you? Or is it to help chug beer faster? My bet is that this novelty bottle will vanish just like the "ice" beers of the 90s did before it.
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