Here’s how you circumvent advertising restrictions. Just tell people to Google it.
Point it at your favourite Brazilian politician – it uses facial recognition to bring up any convictions for corruption. Could be a broader market for this. Grand Prix winner at Cannes.
Somewhere in the world there is an award for best sound in a television commercial. So this is the winner.
By the way, fantastic sports article here about the Icelandic goal-keeper, who also directed the ad for crying out loud.
She seemed like such a nice lady.
Fine if you’re reading it in a standard sized magazine but this is a hard ad to share on social media and that’s where the upside audience potential is. Anyway, great series of ads by Stabilo, and a campaign that could run for many years.
Use digital OOH for maximum creative flexibility. Here is the static site Samsung bought at Frankfurt airport:
Not that there’s anything wrong with a picture of the German soccer team.
Speaking of airports, you can now buy Qantas inflight entertainment advertising in addition to oOh!Fly airport inventory by calling the office on Alexander Bell’s Talking Machine; 9388 7844.
Briefly, Netflix market cap exceeded Disney’s, making it the most valuable media stock in the world. Link is here if you don’t believe me.
Netflix also has over US 20 billion in debt.
Wonderful experiential design by Moment Factory at Changi Airport. Something to amuse while you wait in line. Airports are of course, prime real estate in outdoor advertising and you can talk to us about reaching 16 Australian terminals, 17 lounges and 13 cities through oOh! Fly. 9388 7844.
Tiffany & Co (an affiliate of Gregory and Gregory) completely went to town on the Royal Wedding, live streaming it on DOOH and running a beautiful campaign on the recently renovated Piccadilly Lights.
Live streaming has become a killer app for DOOH, creating excitement or just spreading the love.