Dear Adland adgrunts*, who here loves vinyl as much as I do? Raise of hands! Kay! This means you love music too - and quite possibly that you'll love this beautifully illustrated campaign from Young & Rubicam in France for French Radio FM. You can practically smell the vinyl. Much like with the music that each poster shows, I can't pick a favorite! All sorts of music styles are shown, and the Godfather of Funk James Brown gets his own execution.
James Brown illustrator: Richard Mongenet
* Yeah, I'm going to begin an annoying habit of talking about Dabitch in third person and naming the site constantly, as I get wigged out when I find posts on other websites, where Dabitch is talking about Dabich's life but the other websites seem to imply that some random dude was the writer and thus talking about random dudes life. Dabitch feels this is a really strange way of serving feeds and/or reposting posts. Dabitch has spoken.
Eight more executions inside. Young & Rubicam really go all out when they do a campaign.
Self-promotional video for Stella Studio
Guys, seriously, my man is all this and he cooks and bakes. Beat that!
Agency : DDB Paris
Brief : Launching of the website www.stellastudio.fr
Annonceur : Stella Studio
Agence : Rapp Collins Paris
Production : Eskwad
Réalisation : Wok
Créatif : Romain Pergeaux et Guillaume Paquin
Revolushion.com is a French luxury handbag rental service.
Advertising agency: Juggernaut Advertising, Santa Monica, USA
Creatives: Juggernaut Advertising
Director: François Nemeta
Production company: Blue Marlyn, Paris
Music/sound design: Tranquille le Chat, Paris
From JWT France and directed by kama comes this epic tale of cubicle stress.
We've just received this video showing Bin Laden telling people to boycott Attentats. Video free for all inside. (Is it Bin Laden? Or Bin Ladin? /bin/ladin? Osama bin Muhammad bin 'Awad bin Laden or Usama bin Laden?)
We´ve just received this video showing Bin Laden telling people to boycott Attentats. Video free for all inside. (Is it Bin Laden? Or Bin Ladin? /bin/ladin? Osama bin Muhammad bin 'Awad bin Laden or Usama bin Laden?)
FFL Paris has launched a new campaign for Orangina with the help of Psyop via Stink, The Mill, Cinedroid, Amber Music, and Trim Editing. Superadgrunts, click on the image below to see the spot.
From Todd Mueller, Creative Director/Co-founder, Psyop:
I guess it goes without saying that when you get the opportunity to spray Orangina all over the chest of a sexy bunny girl, you go for it. That was basically the motivation and creative charge throughout the production; raunchy naughty furriness. The agency FFL were amazing to work with and just kept pushing us to get furrier and naughtier. The production team at The Mill and Stink brought everything they had to the table and the results are phenomenal. Now that we are finished, it's a bit sad to leave this crazy world behind. There's so much more to find out about this forest and these sexy creatures.
The print ads follow the themes set up in the TV spot. Below is a sampling of the 12 different variations for the print.
Pascal Blais Studio signs a campaign with Kellogg’s, France to promote their brand Coco Pops cereal. Pascal Blais directed this latest spot where he travels to outer space to get the great taste of Lunastella cereal.
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