So they took the annoying aspect of the SNL Spartan sketch, but left out the humour. Not sure about this strategy.
I’ve come to expect more from you, John St.
Agency: John St., Toronto | Source: Ads of the World
I actually think this is a pretty good commercial. For what the product is, that probably sells it. But to be perfectly honest, the reason that I posted it was because it allows me to show this:
Agency: 72andSunny | Source: Ads of the World
I don’t even know what to think. But I’m not going to forget this ad anytime soon. So that’s good.
I do know that this took some serious courage to pitch.
EDIT: Looks like this video has been taken down. Sorry. If you find a working link, let me know.
Forgive me for this juvenile post.
If I’m going to do an ad for emergency preparedness featuring Al Roker, I’m not using storm clips, I’m leading with this: (jump to 00:36)
Agency: Leo Burnett | Source: I Believe in Advertising
I posted this months ago, but it’s turning back up on ad blogs and it’s good enough for another go. Enjoy.
Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne | Source: Ads of the World
Bic has started running ads in France for their four-colour pens. I like the idea of turning the colours into characters, but this falls flat for me.
I prefer this student work, via imgur:
Agency: Toy Agency, Paris | Source: I Believe in Advertising
EDIT: I tried to fix the scaling issue with the pic. It’s still bad, I know. But it’ll have to do. Just click here to go to the image itself.
I would have liked a bit stronger acting, but otherwise this is pretty great. It’s rare that an ad can sneak up on you anymore.
Agency: JWT, Delhi | Source: Copyranter
You probably have to be a golfer to love this ad, but I am, so it works.
Getting Rory was huge for Nike.
Agency: ? | Source: Facebook, of all places