We’ve heard it all before: if you dress well, you’re gay. If you’re into arts, you’re gay. If you have body hair, you’re gay. Gay, gay, gay. But this campaign is taking back gay prejudices and celebrating them.
This Thai television commercial is at least six years old, but it’s still pretty darn good now that I’m watching this in 2013. Excellent cast and deft direction too. I don’t know how the creative agency thought about connecting the product to a bank heist in the first place at all. Thais are just really […]
This Toyota ad was banned in the U.K. for promoting reckless and dangerous driving. The commercial shows a man trapped in a bland videogame-like world before he breaks free from his pixilated life after discovering the new Toyota GT86. Apparently, this ad is a bit too realistic. What do you think?
Asian dairy product brand Selecta took a bold step to reach out with the Internet-proliferated dubstep movement. Though prone to be labeled as a work inspired by dance flicks of the 00’s, it never fails to impress the most hard-to-please cynic (and frustrated) choreographers with the duo’s seamless and synchronized execution over the wobble bass […]
STA Travel Australia’s 2011 MOVE, EAT & LEARN commercials featuring Andrew Lees won the hearts of the world and ultimately went viral. This year, STA Travel is hoping to build on the success of that ad by staying with the same theme, but featuring new protagonists: Michael Wahr and Jasmine Knox. The commercial was released last week. It […]
Question: What do you get if you combine a drumming gorilla (Cadbury), Sony Bravia spots (balls, rabbits, dominos), some slow mo explosions, lots of dancing, and a little piece of the late, great James Brown? Answer: two minutes and twenty-seven seconds of editing magic. This video from Roni Brunn is what we call FUN.