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KLM - Fly For Fortune (2006) 0:45 (Holland)

KLM - Fly For Fortune (2006) 0:45 (Holland)

Publicis Dialog has created Fly for Fortune, a flying game for their client, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. The game is available in 10 languages and players from 58 countries can enter the contest. Those who are successful, are eligible to win tickets to anywhere in the world. Before playing the game you are invited to watch a Pixar-style game trailer

Trailer For Fly For Fortune game.

 

Ignited Minds Unveils Vaio In Brazil

When it came time to introduce the Sony VAIO brand in Brazil, Marina del Rey agency Ignited Minds was ready to helm the launch. "The strategy was to focus on mobility, but since VAIO is a status symbol across Latin America, we also had to convey style and design," says art director Tim Washburn.

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Two sets of brothers team up for Club Internet ads

Right now, television viewers in France are experiencing the results of a collaboration that took place between two complicated and fascinating sets of brothers. Brought together by the agency DDB Paris, The Bogdanov Brothers and The Perlorian Brothers, each no strangers to controvesy in their respective fields of theoretical astro-physics and very short filmmaking, met in Paris and Prague to develop a series of surreal spots for France's Club Internet, titled "Video Store", "VCR", and "Foot". (Shot in the same soundstage right after the new James Bond film Casino Royale).

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Shake it baby - banner bares all.

Bannerblog has found a banner that might be too good to be true in a post here.

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Heineken - The Wager (2006) :30 (USA)

Heineken - The Wager (2006) :30  (USA)

Flying a private jet to deliver the important stuff.

 

Heineken - Can - Shopping Cart (2006) :15 (USA)

Heineken - Can - Shopping Cart (2006) :15  (USA)

Minding her own business in the super market until her helpful beau tosses a Heineken into the cart.

 

Link Lust: This is not a link song

Skydeckcartoons.com Tom Fishburne's cartoons at Brand Camp: skydeckcartoons.com, this weeks toon: The 8 Types of Bad Creative Critics. Caff found it via Gareth Kay.

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Braun ads turn food into art

BBDO, Düsseldorf makes food look sexy and classy in their new campaign for the Braun Multiquick.

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Buntin creates new outdoor for Cracker Barrel

Buntin Out-of-Home Media, out of Nashville, TN, unveiled a new creative campaign for client Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. The new campaign, "Comin' Right Up," reflects the brand's country heritage. It is intended to communicate the proximity of the unique food, service, retail offerings and guest experiences that Cracker Barrel offers.

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Add some flair to your pubic hair!

Many moons ago I was friends with a guy built like a grizzly bear who in a moment of drunken punkness decided that while he was bleaching and dying his hairdo bright green, he'd do his pubic hair to match. Burned like nothing else he said, but this pain was his gain when he frequented bars later, and gullible folk would ask "is all of your hair green?" to which he'd reply "yeah, wanna bet?". He pulled down his pants and won countless bets, and only got arrested for indecency twice. He was and still is quite mad.

Now adage reports on the hugely succesful launch of hair coloring for your 'downstairs', the Bettybeauty.com products. You can now sport a Brown Betty, Blonde Betty, Auburn Betty, Black Betty and Fun Betty which is hot pink, no matter what your original color is. Had there been a Punk Betty in bright green too, I would have bet you that my pal escaped his life sentance and started a beauty product company.

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