The spot takes place at the closed museum at night. VW Amorak somehow has made its way in there and is driving around the exhibits of human evolution. The witty jazz tune is playing in the background – the Duke Elington's “It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing” cover.
The commercial documents couple's trip across the country. Traveling with VW Golf 7 makes the journey smooth and memorable. The video also promotes Walter Salles' movie “On the Road” – the adaptation of Jack Kerouac's cult classic novel.
The images combine two totally incomparable things: afro look hair and an iron, a baby with a cow and feathers with ink. Now these combinations make sense, since we are familiar with hair iron, milk and pen. However, some time ago it took a creative eye to notice it and make a discovery.
The commercial promotes discount for diapers. Therefore, the video features babies at the most inconvenient moments doing number two. However, their embarrassed faces look so funny. And Mamias Nappies have their backs.
Apoteket and advertising agency Forsman & Bodenfors from Stockholm have released this hilarious video ad. The commercial features a man in his shorts, who suddenly flips out while eating his morning portion of cereal. The note on the cupboard, reminding to pick up the medicine, actually reminds him, that he is a modern man. An modern men use online shopping instead!
Acer and advertising agency Mother from London have released their latest impressive work. The commercial features Megan Fox. She realizes that her true passion is marine life, therefore hooks up with scientists to explore it. With the new Acer's help they achieve great results.
The telecommunication company promotes its service in rather bizarre, although really funny way. Its services include not only a good connection quality, but also depict ghosts. In the spot below a ghost buster speaks about his methods and gives some very convincing evidence.
The pictures promote Halloween and the costumes, that present hybrids of famous comics characters. Spiderine, Ironbat and Superbat will definitely make some fuss around while tricking and treating.
The spot features NBA player for the Los Angeles Clippers Blake Griffin, who continues promoting Kia. The brand presents its latest Optima model. Therefore, Blake drives back in 1997 and announces unheard things about a future vehicle. Besides he meets his 8 year old self and suggests to replace football with other sport.
The spot explores Nexus capabilities by asking any kind of questions. From curious investigations about Earth, Mars and other planets, to practical matters like finding a place or a recipe, to ridiculous attempts of writing a poem – Google Nexus will help you. Ask anything.
Director Denis Parchow has made this spectacular short commercial for toy brand Steiff. The one minute film explains why kids need toys, as Teddy fights a boogeyman. Steiff is a famous German brand, that has discovered teddy bears.
The video is directed by a talented gangster movie director Guy Ritchie and features Robert Downey Jr., who has performed Sherlock Holmes' part in Ritchie's movies. One minute action spot takes place in Los Angeles. The trailer demonstrates the new edition game's weapons and possibilities.
The commercials promote Samsung Galaxy, which enables you to watch your favorite TV programs on your cellphone, wherever you are. The creatives pulled off three funny situations, where television saves people. For instance, it saves you from an annoying musician in a bus.
The spot promotes renewable energy and natural gas. According to the company, solar energy is a great eco-friendly energy source. However, in such countries like Belgium, which is not that sunny, the combination of solar and traditional energy might be the answer.
Japanese hair salon promotes itself as the best place to change your style. By carving and peeling the fruits, creatives show, that the outside image changes your inside and how you feel about yourself, as well.