You leave in all your 80's glamor and the cats come along and make "Don't You Forget About Me," as a plea to bring home Temptations.
Bavaria is independent since 1719. It's a Dutch masterpiece. Just like the ones hanging on the wall. Which is a great concept. But when I see one of those masterpieces rocking the ear buds and sunglasses and purple hair it hurts my brain.
Not everything from 1719 is worth keeping. Especially gigantic skirts that get in the way of everyone else. But the beer though, that's another story. I wish the english version of the VO was part of the mix.
Not everything from 1719 is worth keeping around. Definitely not the hair style. but the beer is another story. Although I would argue that the hipster rat nest or the freaking pony tail on the barber isn't exactly high fashion either.
Churchill Insurance's new campaign launch features a talking dog. And a talking soft-top convertible car who doesn't have time to be broke down you see, because she's got a hot date with a 4x4 rover later.
This charming ad skirts Mentos camp territory by adding some social commentary to the mix. On the subway everyone is so wrapped up in themselves and their smart phones, except for hot girl and hot guy who notice each other from afar, so to speak.
Catchy little ditty from School of Thought for the San Francisco Department of the Environment reminds you to compost all your food stuff because it's better for the environment. Speaking of food, the song itself is very, well, sugary.
Disguised as couriers infiltrators from Don't Panic in London toured competing agencies and snuck in posters advertising the Creative Director position at Don't Panic, in the style of a “new housemates wanted” poster, complete with a tear-off