Stand-up comedian, actor, songwriter and noted YouTube personality Toby "Tobuscus" Turner made this fourth-wall-shattering musical ad for Hot Pockets in which he is bullied by an unseen voiceover into singing about the new Cuban Style and Spicy Beef Nacho flavors. Show More Summary
Ad agency JWT designed the Grater Card for cheese shop Bon Vivant.
I love it when brands finally catch on to jokes the rest of us were making in fourth grade. This time it's Charmin, which treated fans at the Charlotte Motor Speedway's Sprint All-Star Race to an underwear-shaped billboard that said "Stop Skidmarks." That phrase also applies to cars, you see. Show More Summary
Summary: One of the biggest perks about living in New York City as a creative is the exposure to some of the world's greatest advertising promotions. Such is the case with last week's perfectly orchestrated campaign by Netflix for the...Show More Summary
Creative ad student offers personal assistance for 1 lucky CD/ECD/CO/CCO/CEO etc. during the hard Cannes Lions Festival days in exchange for a Cannes Young Lions Pass and accomodation. You can visit his Facebook page for more info.
To hype its inaugural Comedy Week, which begins Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET, YouTube turned to an ad agency known for generating its share of laughs: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. The San Francisco shop—which has done comical spots for...Show More Summary
The best performance by a cat in a TV commercial this week goes to the fluffy mess in this new British spot for eyewear maker Specsavers. Not that the veterinarian here would know—he's not clear on what a cat is anymore. Specsavers, of course, has a long and proud history of offbeat commercials. Show More Summary
What a week it's been. As Friday draws to a close, I see your defecating man in the exercise video and your threesome-inducing Sexual Chocolate wine, and I raise you one talking butt crack in this British advert for something called Polycell. Show More Summary
There are now even more "Dumb Ways to Die"—and smart ways to live—as McCann Australia has made a video game out of its beloved, superviral train-safety ad from last year. "Starring all the characters from the viral hit Dumb Ways to Die...Show More Summary
Summary: Ah yes, Big Data and ROI rears its ugly head, once again. At least it's coming with $50,000. Now you have our attention. The ANA, with sponsoring marketing data firm MarketShare, just announced a competition for any individual or organization to develop a benchmark or improve ways to measure marketing investment and ROI. The winner goes home with a $50,000 cash prize.
Get a load of this insanity. Mondelez, that packaged goods company all the social media whiz kids love so much because it's behind Oreo, has now decided it will take 120 days to pay agencies and other suppliers. And get a load of this...Show More Summary
New French press design uses raw materials from the US and offers a lifetime guarantee.
David Beckham is retiring from professional soccer, but he'll never stop making commercials. One of the world's most prolific pitchmen, the former England captain has sold everything to underwear and soda to hamburgers and, yes, athletic gear—building, with posh wife Victoria, the Beckham brand into a global juggernaut. Show More Summary
The fast food chain has come up with a creative new way to encourage people to get take out.
You've probably run into people like this before. And it's always an awkward encounter. Because you know they have are just whacked in the head. But you are kind and politely listen as they spout their inanities. Like the guy in this Samsung commercial who thinks his stuffed animal dog is real. Show More Summary
Because these things actually matter and because there's a guy who love to dig into this stuff, we now know that tweets that include exclamation points get more retweets. However, thanks to Dan Zarrella's examination of 2 million link-containing...Show More Summary
A new in-flight service attempt to offer more luxurious experiences aboard Quantas Air.
Microsoft takes a break from perfecting its blue screen of death to ape Google's ad style—abundant white space, bouncing Chrome ball, Beethoven's Fifth on the soundtrack—in this anti-Google video that was reportedly intended for internal use but was conveniently leaked to the universe just in time for Google's big I/O developers conference. Show More Summary
Summary: We are in an era where almost everything is getting thinner -- from computers to cell phones right down to our favorite canned beverages. Just a few years ago, Pepsi introduced the "Skinny Can" in an effort to give a new look and meaning to its diet soda. Now, Diet Coke has upped the ante by introducing...