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  • Savings & Loans - Tasty Rates (2010) : July (AUSTRALIA)
    Savings & Loans - Tasty Rates (2010) : July (AUSTRALIA)

    This was produced in around 4 weeks including all the character and environment design. The commercial was made for a cinema release in S-3D, one of the first in Australia. We also have a stereo anaglyph version which you'll need so old school red/cyan glasses. You can check this here if you are equipped.

    3D anaglyph version
    http://www.resin.com.au/Proj_savingsloans_tr_3D.shtml

    Quote from the agency:
    "The team at Resin always exceed our expectations and with the new Savings & Loans ad they outdid themselves. The result and 3D effect is quite simply brilliant. On seeing it for the first time in 3D it's hard to wipe the smile off your face. I think Resin has demonstrated that 3D isn't just a gimmick, it has huge potential for advertisers and agencies alike. "

    James Rickard

  • Bing - Thelma and Louise (2010)
    Bing - Thelma and Louise (2010)

    Microsoft's Bing ads are getting bolder. Here they demonstrate how Bing could have saved Thelma and Louise, had they had access to a not-yet-invented cellphone.

  • State Street Global Advisors - "Buried Treasure" (2009) :30 USA
    State Street Global Advisors - "Buried Treasure" (2009) :30 USA

    The financial markets plummeted last year. So we had a choice: tell the world how horrible is was or tell them what to do next. We decided to take the constructive approach. Investors like SPDR ETFs because they’re more precise than other investments. To highlight the benefits of precision, this commercial shows the imprecise way a boy dog tries to find the perfect gift for a girl dog. Over the course of the spot, he offers her a soccer ball, a stuffed animal, a baseball glove, a slipper and a squeeze toy. But she won’t give him the time of day. It is only when he finds the precise thing she wants a ratty, old, dog bone that she accepts the gift.

  •  BMO Harris Mobile Banking – Without You  (2016) 1:16 (Canada)
    BMO Harris Mobile Banking – Without You (2016) 1:16 (Canada)

    Aw poor sad singing wallet. You left it at home because you don't need it any more thanks to mobile banking. Michael Bolton sings his sorrows and it's even raining outside, too.

  • Honda Jazz becomes Honda [expletive]

    Norwegian lawyer Tom Tysbo is riling against agencies in todays Propaganda, Norway.

    "Advertising people and their agencies create new products and new names for their clients, without much focus at all on the legal side of things", said Tom Tysbo to Propaganda.

    "There are plenty of examples that are legally and language wise total catastrophes, like when they launched Honda Jazz in Norway."

    Honda jazz was to be named Honda Fitta in Norway - "Small on the outside but large on the inside" was their slogan.

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KFC "Announcement" (2017) 1:30 (USA)
KFC "Announcement" (2017) 1:30 (USA)

Another day, another self-referential ad. And another Colonel Sanders, and this time it's Rob Lowe! And he has a plan to send a spicy chicken sandwich (i.e. the Zinger) into space. Why?

Drug Policy Alliance "Your brain on drug policy" (2017) 1:21 (USA)
Drug Policy Alliance "Your brain on drug policy" (2017) 1:21 (USA)

I should have posted this yesterday but it slipped my mind, man. Probably because I was too busy working.

CANAL "Versailles" (2017) 1:24 (France)
CANAL "Versailles" (2017) 1:24 (France)

Versailles is a French TV show that is centered around The Sun King, Louis the fourteenth. It also happens to be one of the most raunchiest shows ever.

Dos Eqius "Cinco Peppers" (2017) :30 (USA)
Dos Eqius "Cinco Peppers" (2017) :30 (USA)

The new Most Interesting Man is back. What interesting things are they doing this time? Not things. Just one thing. And that's eatin' chili peppers.

Dove Baby - #Realmoms / Transgender mom (2017) :90 (USA)
Dove Baby - #Realmoms / Transgender mom (2017) :90 (USA)

Dove wants us to "Meet #RealMoms whose diverse parenting styles shatter stereotypes about motherhood." So here we have Cassidy, who is raising her son on a cattle ranch.