KFC and advertising agency Ogilvy Sydney have released this amusing spot. The commercial features a person dressed as KFC mascot – the huge white chicken.
Last week was lavish with some hilarious video ads. Among the very well known brands in our funny commercials world like AXE, Canal+ and LEGO, there are some new names, as well. Strike Bowling and Harvey Nichols have also launched these entertaining videos, that you should check out.
The commercials feature heavy eaters and EA's representatives, who interrupt the routine. Apparently, the latter are investigating the energy's consumption. However, the observations are relatively bizarre and, therefore, funny.
Advocacy group have released an encouraging campaign about improving our life, even if we have done some silly things like minor vandalism or shoplifting. People share their stories. Now they have a successful careers and are respected professionals. Campaign encourages to share your story, so that it would help with the youth employment.
The drawn images feature wild animals, who are taking a break even when there is a danger around the corner. The pictures promote the limited edition king-size Kit Kat white chocolate bar. The edition was completely sold out. Thanks to these funny prints. The title says: Take a break from the usual.
The first commercial features a lady, who is about to pay an exit fee. The second features a couple, who is about to sign a contract. Just before they had payed, Alinta Man shows up and saves them from lock-in contracts and exit fees. There is a lot of breaking glass and walls. Beware!
The video “Keyboard Queen” gives you an original approach. Usually foot wear is being promoted by using action oriented effects or heroes. This time we get an emotional story about the athlete, who has combined her passion – sport – with her dad's expectations – playing piano. See how it worked out and stay tuned for more commercials from these series.
This video features Mikey Covino – a photographer who thinks big. By that I mean, that his big-headedness made him famous. At least, well known on the web and photo blogs. Mikey used to photograph celebrities. To get their attention, he made a big head and used it, so that famous people would look at his camera.
Cadbury and advertising agency Droga5 from Sydney have made this video that introduces Slating to you. The video features video artist Eric Pumphrey and his video art that he makes out of... real life scenes! Eric wanted to do something he has not seen before and found a niche here. He says, that he used to skip beautiful moments in life and now he notices art and beauty in every casual detail. Nice.
Cadbury and advertising agency Droga5 have made the next video you are going to love. The ad presents the initiative of a cat lover Thomas Mai – “Meowbook”. It is a photoblog: Thomas puts cat pictures and other interactive stuff on a web site. His goal is to make a world wide cat lovers community. Therefore, the artist is willing that you will visit the page and will get involved.
Boags and advertising agency Publicis Mojo from Sydney have made this funny and beautiful commercial entitled “Pure Waters”. Have you ever thought, what does it mean - the pure water? What life would be like, if you lived near the pure waters? Well, this video will tell you the magical tale. Pure water will give you the vitality, it will grow your mustache faster, renew your shoes and make the beer never end.
Woolworths has collaborated with a singer Gossling and made this awesome musical video entitled “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, I Love You”. The video features a young, Australia's beloved singer and her band. The scenes from a studio are mixed with crazy characters and situations, spinning around the biggest Australian supermarket Woolworths.
Now this is an amazing video. One of those I call „a must see“. Company put a challenge machine – 'Delite-o-matic' – in the middle of the city. It invited people to press the button for hundreds of times. After the accomplishment, they received a treat. The biggest challenge – to press the button 5000 times. And when you thought that was over, people agreed to do even crazier challenges.
Simon Griffiths from Australia has made a campaign, trying to raise money for the good purpose. By sitting on the loo. In the video Simon presents his idea: raising money from toilet paper. Half of its profit will go to those countries, that have no proper sanitation, therefore the water is not safe. Due to poisoned water, lots of people get sick and even die.
The video promotes Sony Headphones. The story takes us three years ago – in 2009 Midnight Juggernauts made their record. But once released it sounded much different than its demo version. Therefore they collaborated with a sound engineer Byron Scullin and explored sounds and technology that would enable to hear records close to their original version.