Couples glow after their morning gymnastics, because everything is better on springs. Sleep too, in case you were planning on doing any of that.
Our Damsel on a date enters the japanese restaurant with her younger handsome man. As she expertly handles the chopsticks, he eyes her lovingly, and with just a hint of shy admiration. He fails using such advanced utensils, and our lady expertly feeds him from her plate. The viewer will not fail to notice a few things, she is older than him, and not unattractive by any means but the young man is a ten. The young man is ooozing admiration for her, and bites his lips shyly every so often, she must be a cougar, a cradlerobber a..... *KE-RASH* oh, she was dreaming. Figures.
Man wants to end it all but is foiled by vacuum.
Here's the official clip (or wait, let me try this in French: Le clip officiel - weee! I could get the hang of this) where three artists collaborated on music, wall art and the animation of it to create this clip. This is Euro RSCG France's answer to The Dulux walls - let's color project that painted the world in May.
You can also view The making of video here.
We invited 3 cutting-edge artists to mix their talents in order to offer the French public an innovative performance, uncovering the 'arty' edge of the Let's Colour Project.
Mother, London have had a blast herding "100 cats" through the Wembley branch of Ikea for this advert. Kittens sit in cups, there's slow motion footage of cats jumps, a big white fellar named Leo explores all the easy open drawers available and soon they settle down, taking catnaps everywhere. Home. It's full of cat hair.
I love it. I'm a sucker for cats, you know. My only raised eyebrow is with the shot of spotty-furry guy pulling his head out of the "minnen" bed. That's the very same bed a four year old girl suffocated in attempting a similar move as the cat. If I were the client, I'd ask you to replace that with another beauty-shot.
The breakdown with *mimes* is killing me. Honestly now. Mimes? Perfect.
The Bounty Scientists are back by popular demand with their second rap video featuring rapper and hip-hop music artist Joseph Simmons - aka Rev Run of Run DMC. The Bounty Rap "White Glove" has begun generating as much buzz as the first Bounty rap video "Bring It". Rhymes and music courtesy of Yessian Composer/resident DJ Central Rush - aka Mark Chu - the creative team for Bounty at Publicis New York worked hand-in-hand with the studio on the concepts to create an original rap song that also advertises paper towels.
A wedding planner describes how she only uses Ariel for the clothes of her staff because it keeps their clothes like new for up to 30 washes.
Somewhere in the world of adland, twenty-somethings buy massive fixer-uppers as their first home (really now?)... Probably because they are planning a little family of coneheads. Thanks to Lowe's, they might even survive the renovating phase. Wish these kids luck.
Ace sells hardware and stuff by way of showing when it's useful, for example when the husband tries to sneak out for a night of bowling... The door gives him away and now he's in the market for an extra bed as he'll be in the dog house for a while.
Woah! Here's a 3D wall ad that manages to be creepier than the entire 1975 B-movie classic Giant Spider invasion, and has a better storyline to boot. Giant ants crawl all over this building, until a giant black flag can sprays them all dead. So it's true then, Black Flag really does Control Your World. Lets all bow down to the giant Black Flag can - the only thing that can save us from invading giant ants from outer space!!
Fine, so I'll cut down on the marathon 70's scary movie nights on cable. You guys never let me have any fun.
What do a woman in a fish costume, a weed-strewn parking lot, and dancing naked men holding balloons have in common? Absolutely nothing, which is just one reason why Director Nico Beyer's Hornbach spot, Hymne, out of Berlin agency Heimat, is storming through the awards circuit: it is a seamless, poetic integration of incongruous images that promotes the home improvement superstore with a poignant story of renewal.
Bicoastal Rabbit director Trevor McMahan demonstrates the ease of organized professional moving with United in a comedic new :30 “Clipboard,” out of Grey Worldwide, NY. United’s moving services ensure a smooth transition, holding fire and rabid raccons at bay.
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