Mcdonald's goes all poetic on us, describing those who are welcome in their restaurants, who were just passing by.
Crackunit (as the blog is called) has seen it before. 18 months ago, to be exact and even predicted it will inspire an ad. Congratulations, you win a cookie!
The Lego DJ was posted on yotube in November of 2006.
This is about as cool as it gets when telling the history behind your brand. Johnnie Walker and BBH London got Scottish actor Robert Carlisle to narrate the story while walking through the misty Scottish highlands. Shot in one continuos take (#40 to be exact) this really shows off the acting chops that Carlisle possesses as he delivers the 5 minute+ bit while interacting with various props along the way (my favorite is when he gets a drink). Jamie Rafn was the director.
Take one part "Single men", and one part "Where the heck is Matt", wave your hands in the air like you just don't care and shake it all about - presto, out comes a commercial for Vodacom. Nice touch with the silver and gold street statue guys, by the way.
Hot dang, that's a nice visual which I haven't seen before. (I haven't! Looking at it it seems that I should have though, right? So spot on.) WIth Sismógrafo DRAFTFCB Puerto Rico want you to take away that the fragrance is motion activated. Clever.
The History channel show what things really cost you with this simple receipt. The show is about the origins of the seven deadly sins through the history and the different religions, sounds interesting.