London-based post production house My Brother Bob has released an online film to showcase their talents. What I was afraid was going to be a tasteless joke, is redeemed by the very very funny reveal. Sickos. Nice job.
This spot for Lynx Apollo reminds you that an astronaut never has to wear shades. it's all part of Lynx's Space Academy Initiative. To send a few lucky blokes to space. It's all very silly, and fun very Lynx. I assume there's an age minimum, which means the 13-16 year appreciate these commercials probably won't be able to sign up. Bummer.
This spot for Lynx Apollo reminds you that an astronaut never has to compliment a woman on her looks. it's all part of Lynx's Space Academy Initiative. To send a few lucky blokes to space. So they can come back and automagically have an in with every lady out there.
This spot for Lynx Apollo reminds you that an astronaut never has to put the seat down.
It's all part of Lynx's Space Academy Initiative. To send a few lucky blokes to space. So they can come back and not have to try so hard with the ladies.
This spot for Lynx Apollo reminds you that an astronaut never has to brag.
it's all part of Lynx's Space Academy Initiative. To send a few lucky blokes to space. So they can come back and score with the ladies without having to put in the work.
Guy Shelmerdine from Smuggler directed this demanding little brat, sorry - Bundle of Joy - for BBH shilling a rather clever savings account from Barcleys. Kids are demanding little sods, and eventually they'll demand a house. You can help save up for their mortgage, and if the payments are made on time you'll get your money back after three years. Nice.
Leo Burnett London take us on an animated pen & ink journey through the little world of wee bites.
The Forests for People: UN International Short Film Contest has invited 200 million people in 193 countries to create and share a personal film up to 5 minutes in length.
In "Fireman" a gorgeous specimen of the profession finds a young lady in distress and sets out on a mission to save her in the most heroic way possible, all the while looking sexy , and forgive the pun, smouldering to boot. He races up a stair that burns down at once, he crashes through doors, he ends with an epic getaway from an exploding building, sheltering her in his strong arms, and as their eyes meet once they are in safety...
She spots something better coming down the street! Yep. Ladies may be a sucker for uniforms, but there's levels to the uniforms. Some uniforms are better than others. Let this be a lesson to you all. The best uniform in the birthday suit, by the way, in case anyone was wondering.
Royal Mail reveals Doctor Who stamps reports the BBC and the designs are little time-capsules of the shows style. Tom Baker, David Tennant and Patrick Troughton are featured on the 50th anniversary stamps. Doctor fans rejoice.
Andrew Hammond of the Royal Mail said the commemorative selection "pay tribute to the brilliant actors that have played the Doctor over the years, as well as the adversaries that helped make the show so popular".
This post brought to you by Orbital Dr Who theme and my current flashback to the 90s and I platform-boot-danced to this shit live under the clear starry night. I have lived. Like my t-shirts says, I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands.
"Cutting through the claptrap & political spin, taking out the rubbish putting common sense in." The rythmic rhyming coopy, the laddish delivery, the perfectly timed edits and appearances of short dresses, maracas, grannies and policemen, that neat 360-trick where he walks upside down and the crowd of regular blokes at the end still won't save The Sun's horrid reputation after the news international phone hacking scandal.
I must say it was a jolly nice try though.
Burberry chief creative officer Christopher Bailey picked Romeo Beckham to star alongside Edie Campbell and Charlie France in the new global advertising campaign. Romeo might have the goblin teeth of a ten year old who hasn't quite grown into his face yet, but Bailey says he was a joy to work with and he 'stole the show'. Which is the real reason they've cast a ten year old in the ad, to get a ride on the name of Beckham. Lets face it, he ain't no Felix Howard kissing Madonna.
BBC One wishes us all a merry christmas with a run of the mill celeb-packed song edit, a happy new year, and a fantastic bit in between the two. Bless their hearts.
If I had been born a red/blue - they rant, and their rants show how similar fans really are at the heart of things. They both have parents, a broad named Becky, and are both convinced that the other side sucks. It's not crazy, it's sports. That's how this works, mate. The split-screen used here is a great idea. Yikes Wayne Rooney really let himself go, didn't he? *squints*
PS - a proper minger is an unattractive or malodorous person.
At the holiday party two ladies discover that they are wearing the same dress. Bring out the laser shooting eyes and a fight worthy of any proper sci-fi! Then at the end.. a hashtag? #Samedress? REALLY?
Oh for the love of Gillard can we please stop it with the #hashtag at the #end of #advertisements now? Hashtags are like footprints in sand, they will soon be run over by waves of spam, don't waste your adspace on something I can not click and that just ruins a perfectly good ad. Twitter hashtags are the "AOL KEYWORD" of the tens. Stop it. Just stop it.
To get everyone jazzed about award show season 2013, D&AD have created a video showreel featuring the best creative work from 2012.
You can not only get inspired, but it's also timely, too. If you submit your work for the 2013 Awards before November 29th, you'll receive a 10% discount off the entry.
So get movin'!
OH DEAR, we thought that we had the worlds best facebook joke, but then an adgrunt named Ali retorted with "hey, that's actually a rip-off from a Heinz-commercial"
Behold. Ali wins. Augh. Oh noes.
In 2011 Vinnie, the badass, showed us how to do CPR to the tune of staying alive. Since everyone needs to know how to handle cardiac arrest, Mini Vinnie is here to demonstrate the same moves, in kid-size. It's no Zombie undead pun, this makes a lot of sense. Ah, ah, ah, ah, staying alive. You know the rythm. You can do it.
Mini Vinnie is expertly played by 12 year old Brenock O'Connor, and props to the bad boys in the background too.
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