Good music and insanely good visuals of random acts of kindness captured from security cameras around the world.
You can’t help but feel good. I feel sorry for Pepsi just watching this.
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Normally I’m not too much a fan of these lifestyle sorts of adverts which lie on the heavy side of emotion rather than showing a product. But this one for Dodge is a cinematic beauty. Loads of lovely HDR photos shown in a slideshow format over the top of a Paul Harvey reading about farming. Product shots abound in amongst the grizzled faces of American farmers.
Beautiful stuff. Should get people talking.
This is just great. You get a feeling of fun throughout, the same fun you have as a kid when your’re out running about and pretending you are a racing car or a giant truck.
VW (or at least their agencies) just keep on getting it right. No matter how boring their car looks or is, their adverts continue to add the sense of fun that owning and driving a car conveys.
Beep, beep, beep for reversing.
Win, win, win for creativity.
Everybody’s favourite non-conformist, Speedo wearing, don’t give a ****, drink chugging, man about beach is back.
Southern Comfort are stretching the life of their character having him appear in a series of videos titled Comfortable Weather Guy that help display the weather in your town. It’s all good harmless stuff that helps us chaps find our inner man and revel in the good old fashioned nature of it all.
And here’s where it began:
Bloody hell, this is genius. From the clever buggers at John St.
So prescient too. This does appear to be where our lives are heading. It’s Mechanical Turk taken to the nth degree. The increasing digitisation of our lives heads to one finite point where we click videos and ads of products to like them so that we can earn money to buy the crap in the videos.
Love the next step stuff. Wiring in every clickable button from elevators, pin pads to whack-a-moles!
The ultimate conclusion. This: