Epic print ad for KTM motorbikes in Turkey.
via Luerzers Archive
A ‘fresh’ take on flash mobs from Ogilvy & Mather, Paris.
First, there was Powerthirst.
(Until they drank too much of their own product and made one video too many)
Now, there’s Vytautas… The Lithuanian Mineral Water.
Chevy runs deep.
via Sian / Adverblog
Three days ago, my best mate showed me his new Samsung Galaxy S II.As a diehard Apple fanboy of over a decade, I was incredulous that he still refused to even consider an iPhone. As a self professed ‘anti-Apple kinda guy’, he just laughed as he showed off a ton of features that made me jealous as hell. We both agreed if Samsung could create an ad based on the insight of US v THEM, they’d probably kill it.
Here is that ad.
Business Insider just interviewed two execs behind the campaign here
Alternative headline: Crap yourself on the loo with a view.
Created for Coca Cola coffee brand Georgia Coffee Max in Japanfound via a ton of ad blogs
Brand new ad agency 101 London recently created 9 films in 4 days for French Connection.
Each vignette is based around single items of clothing, and the inherent desire they invoke.
Probably the greatest ad ever made. Whoever had the balls to sign off on this campaign deserves an island full of unicorns and rainbows.
via Ed Heckes
Admittedly, this is a rude excursion from our usual stream of intelligent puppy dogs and Reddit cartoons but when good ad agencies and great clients collide – sometimes you get songs about enjoying your greatest asset.
No problem viewing on silent at work.
But depending on your environment, it might be smarter to wear headphones for this one… Kinda NSFW