Creative agency Assembly manages to pack 60 seconds of brilliant into this ad, which tells the story of a cursed satanic chair. It causes all the troubles that get progressively worse. There's office floods, car crashes, even exploding gas stations. The tagline: "Bad's not going anywhere. Neither are we" reminds us that insurance is a must. The 3D animation is fantastic and amusing.
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Remember when it was enough to promise that you might run into Ronald McDonald or the King at a fast food joint, and that a happy meal was available to get the kids nagging their way there? Gosh you're old. No more, these days Chipotle has to go a lot further than that. They've released the app www.scarecrowgame.com , where your kids can join the quest for wholesome, sustainable food, and once they've worked up an appetite from that, nag their way to Chipotle. Oooh, well done.
Now, for the classiest of the Axe hairstyling tips, the clean cut look. Once properly achieved you can stamp the last page in your passport with casa de her place, they say. This guy is as smooth as his hair.
The spiked up look suits you super hero types, all you need to do is rake and pull-twist your hair, kind of like when you break a mans fingers. See? So easy. Hello, ladies.
This set of quirky demos are pretty cute. Well done BBH.
Axe are marching into the finishing touches of mens grooming with a series of hair styling tools. But what is this stuff, and how do you use it? Stepping away from their by now seriously tedious naked women fall out of the sky creative tactic, these hairstyling ads are a subtle demonstration of how to apply which product to achieve the right results. Do it right and a pretty woman will magically appear. Oh, I see what you did there Axe.
In this one, handsome man on a boat experiencing a heavy storm demonstrates "the messy look". Boat not included.
There's no doubt that a team of copywankers (check the definition) are working on the Liquid-Plumr account at DDB. Innuendo abound, when the lady in the hardware store reads the packaging. "Liquid-Plumr, for when you need it now".
Grandpa isn't grumpy, he's just brutally honest. "Sometimes being too transparent can be a bad thing". Yes, because people will call you hater when their widdle feelings get hurt, but gramps is only telling the truth kids.
It's snappy replies working hard just to lead up to a pun, but what they hey, grandpa is funny and the house location is gorgeous. Well done, scout.
-"Grandpa, when did you know grandma was the one?"
"When her sister dumped me."
Oh, the awkward. Real Artsy girl yells out in the art store that she is artsy, followed by more people declaring who they are including Ms Karaoke is my thiii-iiiing and the large hunk of deadpan stating "Here comes the sexy. Boom."
"Here comes the sexy" has to become a thing.
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