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Converse (SPEC) "Cinderella" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

Converse (SPEC) "Cinderella" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

This is a spec ad for Converse, that reimagines the Cinderella story. It was directed by Plummer/Strauss.

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9/11 Forward. Together. - street art

A group of Miami ad school students made this street art vandalizing tour (I'm not judging, I did it too when I was a student in the 90s), and a short spec film about their stunt that honors the the victims of 9/11 at the same time as it celebrates the memorial site by looking to the future.

“We wanted to create something different to show people that sharing the memory of 9/11 makes us stronger. We will never stop moving forward and we will never be alone. That’s what the connection between the two towers and the walking man symbolizes.”

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Tic Tac / 4 calories / Motel Room "Shake things up" - (2013) 3:00 (USA)

I honestly don't want to know why some of the things are they way they are in this bizarre, hallucination style scene in a shoddy motel written and directed by Crobin as a spec piece for Tic Tac. That's "Shake things up" Tic-Tac, and I feel a bit shook up after watching this disturbing three minute bit. So many ??????

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Gioni's Revenge - Condiments spanking women / Ketchup spanking - (2013) print (Italy)

Honestly now? I'm not sure exactly where these ads ran (or even if) but alch1m1a have done weird things before. Still "Don’t Spank His Bottom Again" advertising brown sauce and "Did You Spank His Mom’s Bottom" for ketchup? Worst... "Learn To Squeeze Her" for salad dressing. I lost my appetite.

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silvio berlusconi
Paris Hilton
michael-schumacher
 

Ford - Berlusconi /Hilton & Schumacher with bound & gagged women in their trunk - scam ad, India

If anyone here can help me decipher how on earth anyone might think this was a good idea, feel free. The first ad has Silvio Berlusconi and his personal collection of bound and gagged barely clad women in his trunk, which sort of makes sense as I assume that's how he lets his girlfriends travel with him (zing!). Next there's Paris Hilton ­with a trio of Kardashians in her trunk, and the third ad puts some gender equality in it as Michael Schumacher stows away Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, and Lewis Hamilton in his trunk. Everyone has junk in their trunk! Wait, what?

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Trek - Trek - (2013) :48 (United States)

 

Ogilvy & Mather New York - 1981 / Fame musical number internal video

In 1981 Ogilvy&Mather New York had this idea for the christmas party that the should make a "Fame" parody video / musical number. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the most epic ad agency video of all time. You can not top this. They even have the cantina people dancing, and the lady with the vest bob-cut and ribbon tie is quite eager to take that off and shake her booty once the headband and leotard wearing dancing kids invade the lunchroom at the 2 minute mark.

FAME were gonna sell more coffee and and Playtex and Kotex and QTips and AmEx… whoah they're listing every client they have. Those were the days. Honestly who knew that so many Oglivy staffers could actually carry a tune. No, not the new guy. The ladies just liked him for the hair.

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Audi (Spec) - "Tango" - (2013) :30 (USA)

LOS ANGELES—The grace, speed and agility of Audi A7 and A8 sedans are compared to a pair of sensual dancers in a new spec spot directed by Maz Makhani and produced by A Common Thread.

In the spot, two Audis, one black, one white, race across a flat expanse of the California desert, leaving billowy dust clouds as they cut through the sand. Out near the horizon, a man and a woman, also arrayed in black and white, engage in an erotic, tango-like pas de deux, mimicking the swift, bold arcs made by the cars. The editorial pace quickens as the cars weave an ever tightening circle around the couple and their dance reaches its final flourish.

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Dallas Restaurant & Bar: Baby's Arse / print, Singapore

Supposedly someone at Dallas.sg the high falutin' restaurant for family parties and great big diners signed off on this double entendre, if you want to believe that. Yep, if you're so hungry you could eat a baby's arse through the bars of a cot, you should "try ours instead".

You know this would have worked had it been a restaurant and brothel.

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WASA - the remake of "What's up" / Wassup

Mathias Lachal added a little extra to the Wassup Budweiser ad of 2000 whic

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