Superunion creates 'Surreal Island' digital experience for launch of China Duty Free International's first flagship Macau store

In partnership with CDF International the WPP creative company has created a series of animations for digital screens, inspired by the surrealism art

Sleep-Eze - Get the Sleep You’ve Been Dreaming Of (2022) :30 (Canada)

Sleep-Eze, Canada’s leading sleep-aid, gets slightly surreal in a new awareness campaign from Fuse Create.

Nike x Stussy: Exclusive to Shelflife in SA (2020) (South Africa)

Nike x Stussy - 'Minds Will Melt’ video shot by Marc Sidelsky for the upcoming Nike x Stussy pack. Exclusively available to Shelflife in SA.

Coca - Cola - The Unhuggables - short clip series (2019)

Everyone who watches football in a public setting knows this rule - when your team scores, you hug whoever is closest to you.

Hendricks Gin - Escape ‘Undeniably peculiar, utterly delicious” (2018) :30 (South Africa)

Ree Treweek always creates something that I love.

Chicken Ramen “Akuma No Kimura” 「アクマのキムラー 篇」(2018) :30 (Japan)

I don't know what to say other than, this is the most metal ad I've seen.

HORNBACH - ‘Sweat it Out - (2018) 1:05 (Germany)

t may still feel like winter, but today is officially the first day of spring – and to celebrate this, DIY superstore chain HORNBACH launches a campai

LOTTE Fit's LINK gum (2014) :15 (Japan)

Sunshine SAKAE - TAXI / swollen foot - (2012) :60 (Japan)

Directed by Wataru Sato, a story involving a foot and the worlds clumsiest taxi-driver shows how the victim of the foot-pain tolerates almost anything

Lady Gaga Fame / Perfume trailer / Black eau de Parfum - (2012) :30 (USA)

Black, latex, oil baths.

Hanes Comfort Blend - Kitten Shirt / Michael Jordan - (2012) :30 (USA)

Take that part in the Ikea ad World without Textiles where the man holds a fluffy bunny after his shower, and do what we all thought that man would do

HORNBACH - Festival (2012) :45 (Germany)


Skittles Touch the rainbow - Cage Cop (2011) :40 (Canada)

The latest from BBDO Toronto are these five online videos for Skittles that invite you to interact with the ad by touching your computer screen.

Skittles Touch the rainbow - Cat (2011) :40 (Canada)

The latest from BBDO Toronto are these five online videos for Skittles that invite you to interact with the ad by touching your computer screen.

Skittles Touch the rainbow - War Finger (2011) :40 (Canada)

The latest from BBDO Toronto are these five online videos for Skittles that invite you to interact with the ad by touching your computer screen.

Diesel "Kick Ass" Countryside (2010) 1:10 (Argentina)

THIS IS SO WEIRD! I'm at a loss for words here.

Old Spice - Raven - / Giant Bird - (2010) :30 (USA)

NFL's Ray Lewis is the hero in this Wieden + Kennedy, Portland spot for Old Spice as he jumps onto a giant bird decked out in nothing but foam.

Skittles - Bike (2007) :30 (Canada)

Coca-Cola - "Birdman" (2006) :60 (Argentina)

Every time they share a coke with someone else, they somehow receive a bit of them.
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BK / Burger King - Eat Like Snake - (2006) :60 (USA)

You'd think that you'd be ok to leave your BK triple whopper alone for as second in the break room, as you get your soda, but that is only t

Tuborg Classic - cheers captain monkey - (2004) 0:30 (Denmark)

skål = cheers. tagline: unusually civilized.

Levi's worn jeans / Rub yourself (2002) :70 (UK)

A series of surreal movements against walls, grass, café tables, glass and whatever else is set to the soundtrack of vinyl pops and scratches and some

Playstation 2 - Welcome to the third place / Surreal Duck in Colour - (2000) :60 (USA)

David Lynch shot this ad in black and white as well.

H.I.S. Jeans - Dog - (1999) 0:08 (Germany)

His jeans are like an excited dog begging to go out.

H.I.S. Jeans - Eye - (1999) 0:08 (Germany)

In Swedish it's called "fickpingis" to play with your bits like this. This is just surreal.

H.I.S. Jeans - Iron - (1999) 0:08 (Germany)

Agency: Heye & Partner Unterhaching

Sega Saturn - It's Out There (1995) :30 (USA)

The Sega Saturn is a 32-bit fifth-generation home video game console developed by Sega.

Dunlop - Tested for the unexpected directors cut - (1994) :90 (UK)

Tony Kaye really wanted to do a 90-second version of this black and white Dunlop ad set t the Door's "The End".

Dunlop - Tested for the unexpected 2 - (1994) :30 (UK)

This is the 30-second edit that aired. We also have Tony Kaye's directors cut. 

Pepsi - Michael Jackson / Dreams (1992) :60 (USA)

Michael Jackson stars in this trippy and surreal dream world, where he follows a beautiful model from the Pepsi billboard into a clouded circus arena.

Pepsi - Michael Jackson / Dreams (1992) :30 (USA)

The shorter edit of the surreal dream landscape that Michael Jackson chases a dream lady in.

Guinness - Rutger Hauer 'Pure Genius' Telepathy (1989) :30 UK

"I have a secret. But I am a little shy.

Grace Jones Citroen CX - La Beaute Sauvage - (1984) :40 (France)

Grace Jones apparently parks her car in a giant model of her own head. Of course she does. She is Grace Jones after all.

CX GTi Turbo - Grace Jones / 220 kph / "Un look démon" - print ads 1984

Jean-Paul Goude's press concept for the CX GTi Turbo was a simple silhouette portrait of Grace Jones.

Benson and Hedges - Iguana / Swimming pool - (1979) 0:60 (UK) Classic

Directed by Hugh Hudson The diver gets the cigarettes as they are dropped via helicopter into a pool in the middle of the desert with only lizards as

Kinder Surprise - Humpty Dumpty Egg man - (1975) :30 (UK)

I think this was a success, I remember that they showed it to us in adschool and we were all gobsmacked. Still freaks me right the hell out.

7Up – See The Light (1975) :30 (USA)

You have not seen trippy until you've seen the light. 7Up is the original uncola.

7 up - The Un-Cola (1975) :60 (USA)

A trippy butterfly dancer in bubbles and a smiling moon.
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ICI Fibers - The New Way to Dress - (1974) :30

"The new way to dress" in Crimplene for men and Terylene, the new way to dress is in ICI fibers....
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Kentucky Fried Chicken "Lie Detector" (1967) 1:00 (USA)

This ad is from 1967 and it's got a deep paranoid Manchurian Candidate or Dr Strangelove vibe about it.
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