Advertising that promotes a cachaça brand. It’s the spirit used to make Caipirinhas, which you buy on the beach in Rio de Janeiro for a couple of dollars. In case your Portuguese is not fluent, the video ends with this message: drink responsibly.
First, our Christmas hours:
Closing lunchtime on Tuesday, 24th December
Opening Monday 6th January
Oh, and Merry Christmas from Media Tonic.
So Zola, a wedding planning company, ran a pretty average ad on the Hallmark Channel. Because it featured two women kissing a US conservative lobby group, a Million Mums, petitioned Hallmark to remove it, which they did, thereby enabling the sort of backlash that gets you tens of millions of undeserved hits.
Not even a really good kiss if you ask me.
More detail, strictly optional.
Don’t let the creative get in the way of a strong message.
21 students are shot every day—because of Trump’s unwillingness to act. Between protecting the NRA and our children, he's made his choice. Which is why we need to beat him. pic.twitter.com/qUXTKxXWow
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) December 16, 2019
This government PSA became the most watched South African ad of all time. Shared 780,000 times.
Client: I want to create an ad where a man is riding a motorbike in the desert.
Agency: Awesome idea!💡 We're going to find a model who can ride a bike and fly him to the Sahara.
— Growth Hackers 🚀 (@StartGrowthHack) December 9, 2019
Hardly David Cameron’s fault but a nice moment.
Okay, I got it. Check out the attention to detail in this French Christmas ad for Carrefour.
No bushfire risk, no trash, no pollution. Looks pretty cool and has the advantage of letting you conjure your company logo out of the night sky; see Intel below at around 1:40 and Time magazine here.