The Sasquatch is the unofficial mascot of Seattle, according to this animated bit of awesomeness for Visit Seattle that premiered on Sundance TV.
In just under sixty seconds this ad smacks down self-driving cars and makes driving great again. (Sorry, couldn't resist.) But the contrast is brilliant. The sterile white car with the somnolent robotic voice over asking the same questions over and over again.
Volvo channels its philosophical side in this nearly three-minute spot featuring found voiceover from everyone's favorite counterculture zen master Allan Watts. The lecture, recorded in 1959, asks us to reexamine our priorities.
In a move that helps emphasize her increasing focus on weaving long-form narratives along with her lauded commercial work, acclaimed Whitehouse Post Editor Lisa Gunning has relocated to the company’s Los Angeles office.
Skittles has always been delightfully surreal. Last year's Super Bowl spot had Aerosmith's Steven Tyler getting a talking portrait of himself made out of Skittles.
Muscle Milk targets women in this spot which shows women of all shapes and sizes and fitness levels-- from incredibly fit, to just getting started--- enjoying the benefits of exercise and strength training. And Muscle Milk.
Meudhedet is the fastest way to see a doctor. Be healthy, stay healthy. Interesting choice of visual, using the calendar on the woman's face. The art direction helps. Without having read the copy at first I thought it might have been a domestic abuse ad, but it's pretty clear we're dealing with rashes and not bruises here.
As life has changed, we have become increasingly more connected and simultaneously more divided. There is an abundance of information at our fingertips. Everyone can know everything before analyzing the context. Information travels fast and quickly becomes fact.
Johannes Leonardo have created a 90 second film of pure symbolism and hype for adidas originals set to Paul Anka's "My Way", coincidentally the very same song President Trump used for the inauguration ball first dance.