Proof that advertising can do anything. Here, running on a treadmill is made to look interesting and enjoyable. Campaign by the recently merged
Did you know that digital media in public venues reaches more people than videos on the Internet or Facebook? True, according to this
This technology is getting so good. Click the image for a best-practice job by Todd E Media on an AirBnB property.
Second E Xample:
David Gerstein’s art is 3D and the virtual gallery lets you get side-on to see the depth of the artwork. First rate integration of virtual tour and artworks for sale.
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Nice piece of copywriting.
Americans spend US$9billion a year on Halloween. Some of this goes on the worst advertising ever created; COME ON DOWN, Pizza Hut!
No, seriously, don’t watch it.
Also noted; one in five Americans dress up their pets for Halloween. Which is encouraging, because four in five do not.
New York Post
Ogilvy & Mather commissioned a fish printer (not a lucrative niche but it scales well) to create prints using Sagawa soy sauce. Making the point that it’s important to use just the right amount. A
D&AD award winner. Don’t know if it sold sauce. Also, what’s that smell?
Political advertising just gets more and more brutal. This one talks to/at young people with the reverse psychology laid on thick.
A Brazilian ad that could also run in the U.S.
Years ago if you pitched this to a client they would have said ‘what the hell has voting got to do with hamburgers?’
This ad launched October 20th. Christmas starts early in Manila.
It’s the first ad we’ve shared from the Philippines. Made by
GIGIL. Can’t imagine an execution that better demonstrates clothing customisation.