You may need a tissue for this one. Budweiser released their 2015 Super Bowl commercial “Lost Dog” a week early and it gets you right in the feels.
Leica released a new commercial to celebrate their 100th anniversary and the opening of Leica Gallery São Paulo in November. The message of the commercial is far from humble, with the tagline, “Not every famous photograph was taken with a Leica. But they were all taken thanks to Leica.”
Of course Apple would call upon Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake to be a part of one of their first iPhone 6 commercials. Shown first at the unveiling event for the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch…
What would you do if you looked in the mirror and saw your former self? I’m talking, your baby-self. Add being Spider-Man to the scenario and you get The Amazing Baby & Me 2 video from Evian.
Taco Bell, you’re either a major di**, or have marketing geniuses running your campaigns. In one of their first commercials for their new breakfast menu, Taco Bell found people named Ronald McDonald around the US to talk about how much they love their new breakfast items.
Rupert Sanders directs Crown Royal’s latest spot “Anthem”, a commercial for their Reign On campaign. Anthem is depicting what it means to Reign On everyday by capturing both motivational and inspiring visuals, joined by captivating music.
Were you at all aware that over 70% of young men, aka. amateurs, suffered from or contributed to “tragic overspray?”
The Olympic Games in Sochi constantly in the news but so are the protests surrounding Russia’s anti-LGBT laws. Countries around the world have shown in multiple ways their views but I’m pretty sure people in Norway have done the best job…
It seems as though Newcastle is going for the viral video approach for this year’s Super Bowl, and it’s working. Instead of spending millions on an ad spot for the big game not featuring my New England Patriots (grr), the popular beer company has taken to the Internet to showcase the things they would have done if they had a big budget.