Surlat Milk and advertising agency Inbrax from Santiago have released this affective print campaign. The company promotes healthier diet for kids. Therefore, the creatives have pulled off this funny metaphor, which shows that fat prevent children from fun.
The pictures depict Old Spice and arms with „men attributes“ spraying out of it. Arm of a mechanic, boxer and rocker are the good examples of the power, which the brand is promoting for a long time already. The title says: "Pure man scent". Could you disagree?
The prints feature famous musicians or icons: The Rolling Stones, Beastie Boys, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, David Guetta and Justin Bieber. The company offers its technology to improve the sound. The title says: Is This How You Are Listening To Your Music?
The video features British supermodel Kate Moss. She promotes Falabella's line Basement. The beautiful model takes an elevator, that takes her to heaven and hell. In each space she finds clothes that fit the atmosphere. Kate Moss is Falabella's face since 2010 and the collaboration does not seem to end soon.
UNICEF and advertising agency from Chile Ogilvy & Mather have made this incredibly moving video entitled “Costume”. The video features a boy who is in a process of building something. He uses the box to make it, is careful and creative with his invention. But what seem to be a game, turns out to be a protection against the nightmare. He builds a shelter against the violent parent.
The video features an animal loving couple. He has a beautiful black cat on his lap. And she holds an empty cage with feathers left only. She speaks in numbers. But it is pretty clear, that she blames the cat. „No, Assassin did not do this“, the guy says. And what about an empty aquarium? „It is not his fault“.
Two cartooned prints take place in the nature. One picture features a guy, awakened by a bear. The other man is being chased by the wasps. Guys are moving in their Selk sleeping bags. And if they were not that comfortable as they are – the disaster might have happened. The title says: free to move.