He mistakes a cake-belly for a baby-hump. No worries mate, there's never an awkward moment in this car.
Awkward date begins, looks like bearded man didn't even bother to leave the car to pick up his lady. Then things go from bad to worse, Chantelle calls. "Hey babe, are we still on for ten?" No worries mate, in the Kia there's 'never an uncomfortable moment'. Oh, ha ha.
The moral of the story here is... Never trust an Australian around a pretty girl. Oh, and something something panoramic glass monoroof.
St. George Bank really loves its customers. Newly appointed Saatchi and Saatchi set out to demonstrate this with a rebrand.
Nothing says rebrand like a little kid playing pretend. Because there's a little dragon in all of us.
The Black Sheep of the Neighbourhood #1, when the McCulloch man decides to cut down a tree, he goes a bit overboard.
The Black Sheep of the Neighbourhood #2, when the McCulloch man moves in he does everything different. The home owners association are going to freak out over this.
A woman returns from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and realizes the sad truth about her husband's own comedic abilities. The blue gloves are a nice touch. The woman's bad acting is also a nice touch.
It's all fun and games. Sure. Until an innocent piece of chocolatey covered puffed grain cereal gets eaten by a
Ok, wait, hang on a second, you'd rather talk about golf and have a beer while letting another man play with your missus? That's a tad sad, mate. In other news, I think the wives have caught on and are learning to do anything and possibly everything, with the most handsome instructor they can find.
For Valentines day the thirsty camel - the bottle store that supports the responsible serving and consumption of alcohol - thought they might amuse you a bit with a very truthful film about internet-goggles. They are similar to the Tuborg beer-goggles (alert: 1994 Danish ad), in that everything looks better through the haze of white wine, iMac screens and blatant lies. The twist can be seen coming like a galloping lighthouse on fire, and it paints potential customers as weirdo loners who hang around their computers all day eating fatty chips and drinking. It's also approx 60 seconds too long.
BMF Melbourne saw how peoples hearts bleed when they can simply retweet a message of support, and knowing the core of every Amnesty International ad is "signatures can change the world", they set about creating a digital signature.
Aaaah, Australia, where the summer surf is on when Santa comes to town. Why not have a commercial filled with only surfing Santa's?
White Christmas escapees and joint BMF Executive Creative Directors Carlos Alija and Laura Sampdero, said; “A lot of Australians think the European Christmas is special, more magical. But trust us. The grass is not greener. It’s actually buried under an inch of ice. Australians have the best Christmas in the world and we wanted to celebrate that by creating a new icon: the Surfing Santa”.
ALDI said: “For too long it's been reindeers this, and White Christmas that. We thought it was about time that we celebrated Christmas Australian-style and we hope that our customers enjoy watching this ad as much as we enjoyed making it”.
Virgin Mobile Australia's, Fair Go Bro campaign is a big hit.
The campaign, developed by One Green Bean and Havas Worldwide Sydney dropped in July. Starring none other than Brad Pitt's brother Doug. It's silly and a long way to go for a ham sammy, especially considering we're talking about Virgin Mobile here (as opposed to Virginn Airlines) but hey, it apparently worked. It had 1.3 million views in the first week with "no media support," according to the press release. Earned media out the wazoo, millions of Ozzies talking about it, etc.
Metro Trains Melbourne wants you to stay safe around trains, so they launched dumb ways to die, demonstrating avoidable deaths with cheerful cartoon characters. Being run over by a train is perfectly avoidable you see, just like fishing for piranhas with your privates is.
But wait there's more!. Not content with making a seriously catchy tune and adding the cutest death animations to it, Metro also made a tumblr full of dumb ways to die gifs because you want to share all these dumb ways to die with all your tumblr friends. Hush. Yes you do.
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?
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