Land O’Lakes’ new “Mom Wins” spot by Campbell Mithun serves up a dinner victory for moms as it kicks off a national advertising effort to launch the Sauté Express® Sauté Starter product to consumers. The spot celebrates the “one step, no prep” ease of making quick and delicious meals – courtesy of the sauté starter with butter, olive oil, herbs and spices – along with a mom’s other daily victories in a busy household.
Acw Grey Tel Aviv creates these cute illustrated ads for Schwepes, reminding us that it goes great with the booze of your choice.
The only thing I don't get is why the peanut butter has a frown on its face. is it jealous of the carrot and pea? Or is it just wanting to get back to the tennis game?
Hard to say.
What if you could take advantage of every opportunity you ever missed, all at once? The VFX team at a52 and Rock Paper Scissors editor Damion Clayton help Nescafé and twofifteenmccann explore this dazzling concept in a dreamlike :60 spot. “Reminders” follows a young father and husband as he strolls past a brick alleyway filled with every flower he never smelled, a radiant sky beaming with every sunrise he never watched, and more arresting moments in a series of increasingly surreal visuals – each progressing toward a heartwarming conclusion.
"I am one in a billion", Dr Pepper celebrates that you are one of a kind by making a soft drink commercial that looks like a million other soft drink commercials. Logic.
Mikaela Mayer has a pretty face, so pretty in fact that people paid her to photograph it. Now she enters the ring regularly to have it rearranged, as she's turned boxing-pro.
Yep, she's one of a kind and therefore fits perfecty in the celeb-free Dr Pepper campaign /1 where drinkers are "Always One of a Kind".
Always remember that you are unique, just like everyone else. The roller derby queen Jen Mayfield juggles five kids with skating, why it is as if she likes pain. She's one of a kind. And so are you. ("I'm not"). A decent step away from celebvertising.
Fresh off their recently formed alliance with Harbor Picture Company, The Artery VFX has created a stunning – and very sexual – spot for Russian brand Redd’s alcoholic drink in collaboration with Copperwind Productions Director Zach Gold. The Artery, led by recent AICP winner and VFX Supervisor Vico Sharabani and Partner/EP Yfat Neev, offered tremendous creative input throughout the development and production process, as well as handled the full range of the visual effects and also the edit.
Alex Bogusky, former CPB'er (though of course the B is still on the name plate) has a new gig headin' up a shop called Common. They're a kind of do-gooder agency, or as it says on their website "Do shit that matters."
This spot for SodaStream from Alex Bogusky and Common was banned in the U.K! Oooh controversy!!!! But that's okay because it'll air on the Super Bowl, competing with Coke and Pepsi! Huzzah! Power to the People!
The U.K. spot was banned by Clearcast, an organization that pre-approves ads in the U.K., because supposedly it depicts a world in which SodaStream is "Denigrating the beverage market."
Digital Forward agency Struck and Blitzmedia make this spot for Breville's Youbrew coffeemaker. Apparently it's the very first coffee maker than can brew fresh ground beans into a single serving cup carafe or mug, based in your own personal flavor and strength profile.
On a side note, Kidsleepy worked eons ago in a coffeehouse (not Starbucks) and I can only assume they have a spectrum of different beans, or they are 'cheating' based on how long they brew and the desired grind. Because the spectrum is determined by how long the beans are roasted. So unless they include all bean types, this is dubious.
"Give it a shot". Really? This is the headline you come up with for a booze that is only served in shot-form? Jägermeister seems to be a difficult client, all over the map in what they approve. My guess is that the brief contained the words "Increase trial consumption".
Breaking nationally on Monday 26th November, ‘It Runs Deep’ celebrates the deep and meaningful bonds experienced between true friends and brought together through Jägermeister. The ethos also links directly back to the product and its depth – the legend of St. Hubertus, the brands heritage, the alchemy of the secret ingredients, its ice cold serve and its multi layered and complex taste that all runs deep.
Fredrik Callinggard shot this "frozen moment" spot for Tuborg in Lithuania.
There is some digital trickery here, but the vast majority of the scene was captured in-camera by Callinggard (who was assisted by director Gaute Hesthagen). It was shot over four days in Vilnius, Lithuania with a cast of several hundred extras and a huge set. The finished piece is composed from dozens of shots captured with a motion control rig mounted to a gantry crane. The crane had a 15-foot arm and rested on track that allowed it to shoot the scene from all angles, including overhead.
Bad things happen when you travel.
Brewed fresh in Canberra
Because bad things happen when you travel, everything from a cavity search to baby screaming to terrorist kidnapping you, you should buy local beer. Of course. That whole "it's better for mother earth to buy local" strategy is for pussies. Who travel. No wait, I meant.. uh.. Forget just hand me another beer willya?
That shirt. The shirt that works as hard as you do.
Sweat. On your brow, on your back, on your upper lip - you've earned this beer now.
A showdown between New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Harry Styles from One Direction over the last can of Pepsi. To end the dispute, Harry Styles offers Drew Brees a place in the band in exchange for the Pepsi. Oh dear me, what a bad idea.
Like the spot Chess for Wiser's, this advert is a little bit of subtle and a dash of whoah.
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