In order to garner excitement for the upcoming 2nd Annual Create Dunkin's Next Donut Contest, Studiocom created a web video leveraging footage from the bake-off event of the prior year's contest.
What strikes me most is how … ordinary, I guess, they are. Definitely pre-advertising revolution, long copy with an emphasis on heritage. Still, a tall, cool, refreshing look at some classic ads on the rocks; note last week's entry on Jack Cole.
Åkestam & Holst decided to go against the grain in selling package travel deals branded Apollo travels. Instead of the endless sunny beaches and starbursts announcing cheap tickets, they focused on the growing anticipation before a trip, the planning, the pet sitting arrangements, the packing, the smiles on everyones faces knowing they'll be away for a week or two somewhere nice and sunny.
The pan-in past those adorable sleeping baby feet to the family on the beach at the end is enough for everyone watching to start dreaming about their own holidays. And to send my ovaries twitching, because those baby-feet are supah cute.
In this ad, Britta and Claus try to comprehend how someone can live without TDC Trio: "It's so stoneage". The Sailor responds that when someone wants to reach him, he can sorta sense it, feel it if you will.
Britta and Claus get a new neighbor, a sailor that buys the house next door. He says that it took a little getting used to the fact that they are nudists, but they are really nice and helpful people.
Claus has whiplash, but this won't stop him from constantly talking on the phone, while watching TDC digital TV, even joking to his friend that he's "watching a documentary about your family right now"
Britta muses to herself that she's thankful to have Claus, as she doesn't understand these technical things like Digital TV, unless there's an easy number to call or something. Just as she thinks that, the easy number to call appears as TDC helps you move to digital.
"Did you bring anything for the clothing drive?" so begins the surreal day started by Sarah's innocent remark "too bad, you get a free Bud Light for every article of clothing you donate" which starts the office journey into nudism.
Just like Doritos with the Crash The Superbowl super bowl XLIV, Careerbuilder has called upon (wo)man on the street to compete with ideas for their super bowl commercial, and the resulting cream of the crop are now up at HireMyTVad for your voting. It makes a lot more sense for Careerbuilder actually, since the winning ad might just change someones career.