South Africa

 
 

Johnnie Walker Keep Walking - Strider - (2013) (South Africa)

Johnnie Walker Keep Walking - Strider - (2013) (South Africa)

As a smartly dressed man walks through iconic South African landmarks like Ellis Park and Vilakazi Street, memories, achievements and ghosts of yesteryear, appear as a reminder to the nation of the times the country has made the world sit up and take notice in the past. Some of these places may not ring a bell to non South Africans, but we can still appreciate the look created by Kim who worked with BlackGinger and DOP Paul Gilpin to do this. To create images that had a photographic long exposure field, they shot multiple passes of the same thing at a very high frame rate. This allowed BlackGinger to fade up and reduce the opacity of each and every person, while the strider remains solid throughout the ad.

Country: 
Commercials: 
 

Engen / Wimpy - Love Song - (2013) :50 (South Africa)

Engen / Wimpy - Love Song - (2013) :50 (South Africa)

Girl has milkshake. Boy is filling up the car. Girl looks at boy. Boy decides to bet it all on goofy dance moves set to George Harrison’s "Got My Mind Set On You". When I say goofy, I mean goofy.

Country: 
Commercials: 
William & Kate
Tutu
Sailor
 

Cape Times - Self portraits / William & Kate / Tutu / Churchill - (2012) print SA

Lowe Cape Town photoshop famous images with an arm, making it a selfportrait a la Instagram.. then sign off with:

You can't get any closer to the news.
The Cape Times. Know all about it.

A shallow way to say "in depth". Nice.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
 

Playboy SA - Crack addiction / Silicon Valley / Deforestation - (print) South Africa

These puntastic juxtapositions are supposed to remind people that they can actually read Playboy for the articles. If they're not blind.

All who get the joke raise a hand. Not that hand. Ew.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
 

PPC Cement - Brick - print, South Africa

You can do (almost) anything with cement, and to bring this point home, the Jupiter Drawing room made a cement Lego block to remind you that your imagination is the limit.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
 

Nando's - Last Dictator standing

Nando's - Last Dictator standing

Nandos, is there anything you won't mock? Of COURSE not, in this ad Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe is the last lonely dictator as the rest of the words despots have falled. He misses them, they used to have so much fun, being bloodthirsty tyrants together.

Country: 
Commercials: 
 

Michael Mayer Voice Artist - Iceberg / Nature - print

Daaang, these are nice. So nice you can hang them on the wall and pretend they're pretentious art prints, but they're showing soundwaves. Just the kind of thing my Ex-CD used to call "too celebral". That's why he's an ex, by the way. This is lovely.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
Artic Fox
Artic Hare
Polar Bear
 

Greenpeace - White Roofs / White is the new green - (South Africa)

Greenpeace are reaching out to South African citizens with some advice about global warming:

White is the new green
Simply painting your roof white reflects the sun’s rays, which helps cool down the environment. in the fight against global warming, one degree cooler in our cities equates to three degrees cooler at the poles. Which means a better chance of survival for animals like the Arctic Fox, whose home is melting at a rapid rate.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
 

Stimorol - School Desk / Longer lasting

We've not run out of ways to say "longer lasting flavor" ...yet.

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 
 

GreatOdds.co.za - Ginger / Beat the odds - print, South Africa

Canvas, Cape town and GreatOdds.co.za demonstrate "beating the odds" with a family of redheads. This red headed family of nine has one baby with black hair, but really, the odds of two parents with the mutated MC1R gene to have a redheaded child is actually 1 in 4. (Note that blondes and brunettes can have the mutated MC1R gene.)

Commercials: 
Country: 
Ad type: 

Pages

Top