Brad and Dan dish out more advice, when a man wonders if his girlfriend might start to look like her mum, they say there are other things to worry about, and besides: "She could turn out like Carol Voderman with a bit of luck!"
This is the first campaign for Foster's since they left M&C Saatchi after 14 years.
Adam and Eve are the Foster's agency of record now.
Timothy the robot "will become part of your family" states his shipping note, and indeed he does. He plays with the kids, serves drinks to the neighbors at the BBQ, hogs the best seat in the house while watching TV and generally attracts the ire of dad, who feels rejected by his own family. Dad realizes that Timothy is indeed "just a robot" and as such, he can never taste the joy that is Campofrio ham. Revenge is best served cold, straight out of the pack and in thin slices.
Created for John Lewis by Adam & Eve, London, this advert follows a baby girl up to adulthood and into old age still buying her clothes from John Lewis. To be clear, this is the very unsympathetic customer they want, it seems. Did you guys listen to the lyrics before you chose this song? (inside)
Aaaah, the Jupiter Drawing room has figured out what a family of six can do with all those free wimpy-glasses they get with the many Valuelicious Meals they must have consumed. Deck out in horrific home-made 80's glamrock gear and play Funky Town. But of course.
These new spots from BBDO, Toronto for Frito Lay are directed by Holiday Films’ Scott Corbett and promote Frito Lay’s new Multipacks. “Wall Climbing” shows that chips can be fun for the whole family, unlike say getting vertigo-dad up on a wall.
The Embrace Life film, hosted on embracethis.co.uk has already gotten a lot of attention since its launch on Wednesday 20th January. Positive feedback is pouring over the facebook group as well as via email. The slow motion storytelling is both beautiful and touching. osocio.org has spoken to the director about it.
Colenso BBDO, Auckland and The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation have translated breast cancer into a sinister growing blob - because if you ignore the problem, it only grows.
First, they ran a TVC where a seemingly harmless blob grows to take over the family home. The, as an ambient installation they did the same thing "live" so to speak. A rather harmless pinkish blob was ignored by pedestrians for hours, but it only grew... eventually blocking the entire street.
"She's got the bears!" Terror at the family picknick as a wee lass gets a serious craving for Kraft Nuts Peanutbutter. Cravings for it drives you nuts, you know.
The tagline "Lidt mere af det hele" means "a little more of everything"
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