If someone had told me when I started this blog after a decade of campaigning for marriage equality in the 1990s, that the above ad would be playing in Alabama in 2015, I would have thought them nuts. And yet here we are.
Except for the lame bit about twerking at the end:
Well, a fake ad, but still: Context here if you missed it.
There’s need to set loose all those old t-shirts into the wild:
German grocery store Edeka gets in the Christmas beatboxing spirit:
Copyranter spots a “great ‘disruptive’ print ad”: The Wikipedia entry for “Disruptive Innovation” is well over 4,000 words. Native Advertising is considered a Disruptive Innovation. That’s rich. And ironic. Because it is designed to not be “disruptive”. It is designed to blend in, deceive. And it is not an “innovation”. Branded “native” print editorial content has been … Continue reading Cool Ad Watch
Bonus points for the bipod: SHAKE PUPPIES by Carli Davidson from Carli Davidson on Vimeo.
Paris and New York, delightfully juxtaposed: Paris / New York from MATEL on Vimeo.
A stock footage company puts their archive to clever cinematic use:
Not cool so much as powerful: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNw-ikgLhS8] Tim Nudd details the PSA: With the United Nations General Assembly meeting next week, the world’s leading NGOs—Oxfam, Save the Children, Care, Amnesty and a hundred more—have banded together for a new PSA, directed by [Martin] Stirling, that attempts to capture the horrors being endured by ordinary Syrians … Continue reading Cool Ad Watch