Dita von Teese opens the Mansion doors.
In this interactive web site, www.PerrierbyDita.com , you must use all your charms, seduction techniques and manners to be let in to the furthest back room......
In this ad there are ten hidden women, body-painted to melt into the background like we've seen in so many ad photographs before. Is this a first for a commercial? Probably. The question is, why are so many women hiding around this slobs house? Aaaah, Axe, is there anything you can't do?
See also http://www.riseupgirls.fr
Tribune: A French TV ad featuring a gay teen and his father has stirred some controversy — not there, but here. Can you talk about that?
"We must not let Russia’s charm hide its atrocities."
In 2010, while the French government celebrates Russia across the country, the human
rights question is kept silent. Censorship, racism, murders, forced disappearances…
all still occur frequently in Russia.
Sign our petition : www.amnesty.fr/russie
In 2010, while the French government celebrates Russia across the country, the human rights question is kept silent. Censorship, racism, murders, forced disappearances… all still occur frequently in Russia.
Sign the petition : www.amnesty.fr/russie
Amnesty International France and la chose denounce the violations of human rights in Russia (In France, the year of Russia)
Pleix have created a this spot against the death penalty for Amnesty International. Ah yes, it's wax figurines, that melt in the light of the Amnesty International candle of hope. Clever.
There are four execution scenes, each represent an area or country in the world where the death penalty is still used. Shooting (China, Libya, Syria, Viet Nam, Yemen), hanging, (Bangladesh, Botswana, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Japan, North Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Sudan, Syria), beheading (Saudi Arabia) and electrocution (USA).
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.
This Schweppes ad features Nicole Kidman and little Latika from Slumdog millionaire. I'm too busy being grossed out by the heavy sound of gulping and the way Nicole wraps her entire mouth around the bottle to recall what it was that I was supposed to expect, YMMV.
Samusocial.fr show with this 'asphaltisation' that the longer you live on the street the harder it is to get off it. The creative comes from Publicis Conseil Paris who want to raise awareness of the homeless plight and direct people to help via Samusocial.fr. Photographed by Marc Paeps the images show how homeless people slowly turn into asphalt, rooting into homelessness. Creepy.
Here's a neat impossible feat, we know that some pools are great as skating ramps but have you ever tried skating in a full pool? Didn't think so. It'll be just like those bizarre nightmares I have where I have to fight off some monster and just as I throw a swing at them the underwater phenomena kicks in and my mean punch becomes a wussy slow-motion splash. Then when I wake up it's due to Folgers trippy sunshine happy all over the place seeping through my curtains - and my boyfriend wonders why I'm grumpy in the morning. Walk a mile in my heels, dude.
Around the world in 80 seconds. Alex Profit used a Sony cyber shot hx5v with integrated GPS to shoot this video, he tours London, hops through a door and ends up in Marocco, a skip and a jump later he's gone through India and is now in Japan. From the hills of San Francisco he turns onto Broadway in New York, makes a left on Prince street and is back in London again. Quite entertaining.
If ONLY online poker was more like underground mexican wrestling in crowded basements hiding away from the fuzz, with added kickass midget teams, and less like a bunch of dweebs sitting around by their lonesome computers at all hours trying to win back their rent money. Nevermind trying to make it glamourous as so many online poker sites try to do, Betclic has got one thing right, online poker is deadly serious, has silly beards, and smells of panicked sweat.
TBWA get down and dirty with paint for Nissan, this print campaign is shot by photographer Vincent Dixon staging the car avoiding paintballs on the city streets. The online part of the campaign lets the audience to follow QASHQAI’s journey to Urbanproof on www.nissanurbanproof.com - and finally the commercial which was shot over a period of six days in Bangkok shows the car dodging paintbullets left and right. THere's a 90 second "making of" film here for you geeks who want the behind the scenes action.
Sure looks like this shoot was a lot of fun, doesn't it? Bags of paint exploding everywhere, even the cameras got some on them. Fun!
Alasdhair McGregor, European Creative Director, TBWA\G1, commented: “How do you build on and even do better than the original Qashqai Skateboard commercial? For a car that is tougher and better looking than the original model, we decided to move Urbanproof to the next level.
TBWA is launching the fourth episode of the Nissan ‘Urbanproof’ saga, supporting the reveal of the new Nissan QASHQAI - ten bucks say they looked at Jonathan Glazers Sony "Paint" for pointers in how to make paint go "splat" in cool looking ways. The Nissan QASHQAI outdrives the evil buildings that keep shooting giant paintballs at it, with a roof-top stunt jump to boot.
The groundbreaking TVC filmed in Bangkok in December 2009 and created by TBWA\G1 and TBWA\Paris. Previous creatives have seen the QASHQAI treating the city as its playground with trademark back- flips and stunts. In this new episode, our hero no longer copes with the city but actively reshapes its favourite “battlefield”, now mastering its own “Urbanproof” discipline. The shoot took over six days to capture, involving a 230 people crew, with 80% shot in ‘real time’.
Spike Lee shot it, Samuel L. Jackson, Susan Sarandon, Mary J. Blige, Paul AUster, Dr, Brian Green star in it and President Bill Clinton speaks for MassiveGood.
The film “MASTERPIECES” created by the independent agency FRED & FARID PARIS, working with TBWA\ Paris for the launch of MASSIVEGOOD, is an illustration of how several simple acts add up resulting in a great change.
The film shot by Spike Lee over 2 days on location in NYC stars an unbelievable collection of talents who were reunited for this worldwide initiative : Spike Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, Susan Sarandon, Mary J. Blige, Paul Auster, Dr. Brian Greene and the extraordinary participation of President Bill Clinton for the voice-over.
The "making of" video where each person involved in the film gets to talk about the MassiveGood project is almost a better seller of the MassiveGood idea than the ad itself. Dr Brian Green is genuinly impressed with the idea of MassiveGood and true enthusiasm is contagious.
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