I’ve seen this oven more times than I can remember. Although the ad needed some color corrections and minor fixes here and there it turned out nice. Of course watching the it makes you crave having one of their pizza’s again, I do recommend trying their honey pizza and garlic bread for appetizer (both aren’t listed on the menu).
JakPetz wanted to promote their Frontline products in Jakarta, Indonesia and have taken a completely new interactive approach. Everyone on the upper-floors of mall would see the shoppers from ground-floor unwillingly become the pests. The agency behind the idea was Saatchi & Saatchi. We should have a huge cookie in the Avenues and make humans look like chocolate chips.
Skittles came up with a genius campaign last year that makes the user interact physically on YouTube. They had several videos where you put your finger on the screen and the video would then interact. This one was my favourite(2nd favourite), although I couldn’t stand putting my finger throughout the entire video, you’ll know why after you try it yourself.
Just another Japanese advertisement no one would have ever thought of. Goeorgia Max Coffee wanted to promote their coffee energy drinks so they went all around Japan and altered toilets of ski areas. I think people in ski areas where this advertisement is promoted get really excited every time nature calls.[Source]
This car records every sound bite within a 1km radius. Actually it doesn’t, but It sure looks like it should. It’s a car for some motor show promoting the question “What kind of car do you think will change the world?”. It’s definitely not one with human size ears that’s for sure. We should see more outside the box creativity in Kuwait.
T-Mobile has taken a rather abormal approach in advertising their video chat feature. I would never want to talk a head, but their just trying to show you how the phone gets replaced by the person you’re chatting with. Except that not everyone will find it entertaining. I’m betting some woman will even find it a little sexist.
Make this a movie and I assure you I will be the first in line to buy tickets. I bet they’ll also be campers waiting weeks for the release, with their kittens. Unfortunately this is not a trailer, but a Toyota Corolla commercial, and that car doesn’t look all that good either. I loved how the whole point of this fight was to steal fish and put it in his bag. I want more of this.
It seems China today are so quick, they released the fake version of an iPhone 5 before Apple released the official one. Thirty Eight Kuwaiti Dinars is such a great bargain for an iPhone 5. I like how it says the device arrived just recently. If I were to get one fils every time I saw false advertising on a magazine I could afford to buy a new car.