British commercials

Levi Roots Commercial: Reggae Reggae Sauce

Levi Roots Commercial: Reggae Reggae Sauce

Levi Roots and London's advertising agency JWT have made this fun musical commercial entitled “Reggae Reggae Sauce”. The video promotes Reggae Reggae Sauce and therefore came up with this fun reggae tune. The cartoon commercial takes place at the yard where the guy grills and sings. Along with the sausages, actually. The video became pretty popular on YouTube.
Code Club UK Video: The Interview

Code Club UK Video: The Interview

The video promotes after-school activity – coding classes. Therefore, the agency invited some really huge personas to participate in this ad. Kids are interviewing the candidates for code classes. But children seem to be really hard to please. Well, you can only be happy about their professionalism. Funny video.
Phones 4U Commercials: Zombies

Phones 4U Commercials: Zombies

Phones 4U and London's advertising agency Adam & Eve have made these two spooky commercials about zombies. The first video “Little Girl” takes place at the underground garage. The lady has a feeling that she is being watched. And, well, she is. The second ad “Zombie” takes place in the woods. A young guy is running scared from someone. From who? A zombie!
Audi Commercial: Snap

Audi Commercial: Snap

Audi and BBH creative agency have launched this cool video entitled “Snap”. The black and white video was shot in Iceland. The rough landscape beautifully highlights the very opposite Audi features – elegance and gracefulness. Video expresses the best technologies in a very stylish way. The vehicle does hundreds of decisions itself. It takes just a snap.
Blackberry Commercial: For Those Who Do

Blackberry Commercial: For Those Who Do

The video features people who don't and those who do. The screen is divided to two parts. In one of them people seem to be negative, they do not take action, are lazy or afraid of changes. On the other part people, on the contrary, are happy, active, creative and energetic. It is really fun watching those comparisons. At one moment we can see two same glasses with water.
T-Mobile Commercial: Dancing Dads

T-Mobile Commercial: Dancing Dads

The video features two guys at the dance floor. According to the video, dads are so happy about T-Mobiles free text messages so that they agreed to challenge themselves and the audience. The sound of the music is turned off while they are dancing. You can guess what song they are dancing to and send a message with your guess.
British Airways Commercial: London 2012

British Airways Commercial: London 2012

This year the most important sports event – the Olympics – takes place in London. Therefore, the British Airways invites you here. Have you ever thought of driving the city's streets in an air plane? Well, the video gives you the opportunity: a huge plane drives the London streets and drops off the passengers right in to the stadium. Very impressive sight.
Nike Commercial: My Time is Now

Nike Commercial: My Time is Now

The video features a British football star Wayne Rooney. The ad is a perfect example of how simplicity works wonders. I do not know whether it is agency's creatives, a professional camera man or if a new acting talent was discovered – but Rooney's face expresses the drama. No action is going on, besides the voices of commentators behind the camera. But Waynes eyes are more eloquent than any words.
Axe Commercial: Even an Angel Will Fall

Axe Commercial: Even an Angel Will Fall

The video is a minute and a half long story documenting the famous fall of angels. The beautiful model angels fall from the sky. The action takes place at the little Italian city, where religious people stun in amazement. The reason of these pretty creatures landing on Earth is a guy covered in Axe spray.
Stride Commercial: The Ex

Stride Commercial: The Ex

Stride and London's creative agency Wieden + Kennedy have launched this funny video commercial entitled “The Ex”. The video features a guy who is hanging out at the cafe when his ex-girlfriend comes in. He panics and does not know how to approach her. He takes a piece of Stride Gum and then the video takes a funny turn and becomes kind of an epic film.
Hamebase Commercial: Containers

Hamebase Commercial: Containers

Hamebase and London's advertising agency Leo Burnett have launched this original TV advertisement entitled “Containers”. The video documents an incredible experience: the many story building is being built. What is special about it, is that it is made of containers. The creative design, the flexibility of the containers and the imagination of the building's inhabitants make it the wonderful place to live in.
Cocaine Unwrapped Commercial: The Machine

Cocaine Unwrapped Commercial: The Machine

The short video raises awareness about a harmful cocaine use. First of all, it does not only damage the health of people who are using it. It causes the bloody wars between the drug mafia and government in Latin America. A lot of innocent people are being killed because of it. The expressive video with a giant robot raises understanding how cocaine consumption in UK affects Latin America.
Lexus Commercial: Creating Amazing

Lexus Commercial: Creating Amazing

Lexus GS and creative agency CHI&Partners have launched this commercial entitled “Creating Amazing”. The video presents all the long way Lexus' creators have gone to make this car. The audience is taken to a journey through the various roads. Every process is like an adventure, sometime a risky one. But at the end it seems that all the effort were worth it.
Carlsberg Commercial: Fan Academy

Carlsberg Commercial: Fan Academy

The minute and a half long video features a bunch of English football fans taking a course of study at the prestigious Fan Academy. The fans learn all the things a respectful fan has to know: singing, being psychologically strong when the team is having a hard time, staying in a fan position during the English summer storm, etc.
The Times Prints: Queen

The Times Prints: Queen

The two prints feature The Queen and celebrate her Diamond Jubilee. She is shown with Winston Churchill and her husband Philip. The one half of the picture represents nowadays and the other half is black and white picture made some decades ago. The both sides are perfectly matched together. The title says: The Life. The Times. The definitive Diamond Jubilee coverage. From the newspaper that has witnessed it all.