At first you’d think what are they doing, they’re totally murdering their electric car’s reputation, then they explain things in a different perspective. The rules apply similarly in Kuwait, except not many abide by them and I don’t want to start talking about how regulators are doing their job, either way; enjoy the ad.
Colgate released a smart campaign proving people’s teeth are the first thing other people see when they meet. In this image the first thing you noticed was how the man had something stuck between his teeth. What you did not notice at first was how the woman had 6 fingers on her hands, which should have been something very clear.
The Saudi Human Rights Commission released this touching video that sadly reflects the reality of many families in Kuwait and other Arab countries. Small things like picking your son up from school make all the difference to them, yet the majority of parents don’t bother. Be in every step of their life.
The house keeper ends up raising the kids and the parents end up losing that bond they should have had with their kids. I don’t get why couples even bring kids if they won’t bother raising them, then end up in shock when their children grow up to find out they have no emotional feelings towards their parents.
Since it’s Friday today, the day to give and forgive I wanted to share this heartbreaking commercial. Karma isn’t always for the bad things you do, God will reward you for your good deeds either in this life or the afterlife. I loved how this story was portrayed, a beautiful execution and a strong message.
Nothing makes me crave cookies more than a cookie commercial I suppose. I liked ChoowyGoowy’s latest commercial, the part where the cookies melt and formulate makes you want to pick up the phone and order a dozen. I recently found out if you return the jar, they give you KD 0.500 back.
Kudos to Memac Ogilvy agency in Saudi for pulling of such an effective campaign against woman abuse. The first women’s abuse ad to ever run in Saudi Arabia, which I see as a huge first step. The quote “There is more than what meets the eye” matches this ad almost perfectly. You can read more about the ad [here].
It seems nowadays you can make art out of pretty much anything. I wrote about an artist that does art by nailing screws on a wall before. This guy however finds his passion in modifying wrinkles and he’s pretty good at it. This commercial was made for Philips. The first artwork he made in the video was by Johannes Vermeer called The Girl With The Pearl Earring.