A special valentines day cartoon of love from Google.
Will Arnett does his best Will Arnett.
Ran during the kickoff show.
T-mobile is back, and now they celebrate what Britain goes bonkers for, naturally set to the tune of "Bonkers" by Dizzee Rascal & Armand Van Helden. Britain loves more than just tea, dear. While it feels a little Tango BCT in that it just gets bigger and more, it's still hilarious. Bonkers, even.
There are people out there who ask themselves questions like: "How many praying mantises does it take to power a smartphone?" and funnier still, there are people who set out to find the answer. It only takes an (edited) 90 seconds for a praying mantis on a unicycle, a tarantula on a treadmill, a beetle launched from a cannon, and various other bugs scuttering about a flea circus to charge this Snapdragon smartphone, which is pretty impressive. Several other kinds of bugs in the phone conspire to make sure you never see that mythical 7 hour talktime though, so it evens out.
T-mobile have gone past the flash-mobbing and onto just messing with ya as they sent out cold, evil, bad, parking attendants around the UK to slap tickets onto unsuspecting drivers cars. "*SLAP* Welcome to Brighton!". When the drivers get upset, the cold evil parking attendants keep a straight face for as long as possible, armed with snappy retorts like "If you've got an issue here's a tissue". It really is a miracle nobody clocked them. Now as the music (Dire Straits, Money for nothing of course) reaches crescendo the gag is revealed. It wasn't a ticket. It was T-mobile money! Actual cash! Got you.
You can pretty much do anything these days with a smart phone and an email address, but did you know you can look inside your house while on the go and even dim the lights and set the alarm remotely? Shilo director Jose Gomez had a lot of fun bringing these elements to life in this spot for Cox Communications. By combination of live-action, CG, and animation, Jose creates an experience showing viewers how Cox is a friend in the digital age.
Vodafone invites consumers to engage in the quest against Buffer Monsters. Buffer monsters? Yes, buffer monsters, a nasty breed of virtual creatures that represent all the things that slows us down in life. You know, the little buffer-circle seen when it's lllloaaadingggg. These things are all over town! Catch them! Dump them at a Vodafone store when your buffer monster-cage is full and redeem points. The best buffer chasers will get a chance to win a free lifetime vodafone plan. Nice.
Behind the concept as well as the production is the Swedish agency North Kingdom.
Orange loves customers so much that they now sponsor films to have telephone breaks so that people can call their cats at home when they're at the cinema.... Yes, that's a really dumb idea and even Orange thinks so, just humor them for a minute while they pretend people like this idea. It's as silly as you'd expect.
Meet the Purple People greeter, soon spotted in a neighborhood near you! The Purple people greeter speaks, and freaks out passers by before showering them with personalized gifts - dog bones for dog owners and a lollipop that'll take seven years to eat for a little girl. We've seen talking vending machines and happiness machines delivering balloon animals and pizza before, but the guy hiding in this purple mailbox clearly had a blast interacting with passers by, which is rather contagious to watch.
Lopez Negrete recently enlisted the help of Charlex to bring to life a unique and entertaining :60 spot for Verizon's newest campaign.
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BMX riders push CASIO phone to the extreme.
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