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.
I have been recently complaining about wanting a new chair but I don’t mind getting an invisible one. In KLM’s new economy comfort launch they decided to show comfort like never before. I think there’s a thick piece of steel starting from the bottom of his shoe going all the way to the back of his shirt keeping him steady. Still want that invisible chair.[Video]
Sharp have outdone themselves in their latest ad for Touch Wood SH-08C. Both fortunately and unfortunately this was done a day before the tsunami took place in Japan. The commercial shows simplicity yet it was one of the most complicated ad’s to be put together. I have no idea about the phone itself, but I can’t help but admire its commercial.
A European website made this really creative ad campaign. I would have to agree, we don’t live forever do we. I bet the illusionary posters took a really long time to get right on spot. I mean the ice cream machine is as accurate as it gets. We need more of these idea’s in Kuwait. People with a great job are probably having their glorious moment watching this right now.
We keep getting those emails with pictures of ways of advertising we never really thought of. Yet rarely do I see a creative advertisement locally. Spotted this in Kuwait City, it’s not the most creative ad out there, however it’s definitely a start. It’s great seeing companies thinking outside the box to attract ones attention, ethically that is.