A really good visual metaphor works better than fear, statistics or political edict. This ad from the Ohio Department of Health.
This is the ad President Trump is suing a Wisconsin TV station about, alleging that the word ‘hoax’ was used out of context.
Creative Director Pedro Mezzini has produced a cute Where’s Wally knock-off: The Corona Virus Edition.
Maybe they don’t have copyright laws in Argentina, where Pedro works for David the Agency, named after David Ogilvy, the advertising chap.
Ford have just pulled all vehicle ads in the U.S. and replaced them with this campaign touting credit relief. “Built for America”. A hint of the apocalypse in the soundtrack.
Here is a public service announcement. No, wait, it’s an ad. No, wait.
Make sure you read to the end.
Wany cowpanies take their branding too seriously. Pretty sure this is not in the style guide. Way to celebrate International Women’s Day.
A Belgian ad.
Lots of industry commentary on the No Preservative Whopper ad which shows the burger attracting mould as it ages. Lifetime Achievement Award for the Food Stylist. “Yeah, we want to show the mould but make it look pretty”.
Visually communicates the product positioning in a memorable way.
Because you’ve probably seen a number of them. They’re squarely in the Ridicule and Attack genre. Here’s the current political campaign for the more likely candidate, Bernie Sanders. Quite a different tone.
A reminder that people are spending more and more time stuck in traffic, and that radio and TV traffic reports cut through like crazy. Call Dave to book a roadblock campaign on ATN. 9388 7844.