Lej Et Lig and advertising agency TN Reklame from Copenhagen have released this funny spot recently. The commercial features two guys, too similar to the “Breaking Bad” characters not to assume they have been making drugs.
Lej Et Lig and advertising agency TN Reklame from Copenhagen have released this funny spot recently. The commercial features bank robbers, who have arrived to the car rental point to give back the keys.
Carlsberg and advertising agency CP+B from Copenhagen have released this exciting campaign the other day. The famous beer brand has launched a new beauty line!
Interflora and advertising agency Brandhouse have released this sweetest spot recently. Do you remember “Circus Love”? This time the creatives have pulled off another moving story about a goth teenager who falls in love with a girl, who is not a goth.
WWF and advertising agency Uncle Grey from Denmark have released these great prints recently. The pictures feature animals themselves, being embarrassed by how we are treating our planet. The polar bear, chimpanse and lion ask us a question: “What on earth are we doing to our planet?“.
Spies Travels and advertising agency Robert/Boisen & Like-minded have released this hilarious video commercial. The company promotes its holiday plans. The creatives have released a spot, which explores the good influence the sun light has on us. The scientists have made two dummies, covered with solar cells. One of them spent a week in cloudy and cold Denmark.
The video presents a really nice initiative from Coca-Cola. The spot takes place at beautiful Italy, where food is considered to be important culturally. However, even here people gather to eat together less and less. Therefore, Coca-Cola invited pedestrians to join the meal. The interactive campaign offers to invite the “meal van” to your city.
The commercial promotes public transport and The Bus. The ad is really professional and impressive. Probably, that is the funniest part of it: to watch the video this good that promotes not some fancy BMW, but The Bus instead. A major plus for the Dannish creatives. And the public transport, of course.