Vancouver Police Foundation and advertising agency DDB from Canada have released a hysterical campaign recently. The commercial promotes the new eyewear collection, which supports the police. Therefore, the creatives have pulled off the hilarious campaign, that depicts a guy, who instantly becomes a superhero after he has put the glasses on.
Vancouver Police Foundation and advertising agency DDB from Canada have released a hysterical campaign recently. The commercials promote the new eyewear collection, which supports the police. Therefore, the creatives have pulled off the hilarious videos, that depict guys, who instantly become superheros after they put the glasses on. Well, maybe not superheros as you would expect, however, they turn into very funny characters.
Toronto Crime Stoppers 2013 and advertising agency DDB Canada from Toronto have released this funny video spot lately. The commercial takes place at a local shop. A guy with a mask and a gun storms into it and demands for money. Suddenly, two other thieves come in and the three start to argue who will get the money.
Is it too hot to drive the brand new 2013 Subaru BRZ? Nah. But it is really hot, though. The video uses high technology, slow motion and Phantom Camera to capture the heat in the garage. In the end the cool beat music starts and we can see the beautiful vehicle's demonstration at its best. Nice advertisement.
BC Hydro has launched a $1.9 million an integrated campaign to draw attention to how electricity is currently wasted. The campaign includes new television commercials, community events and online marketing. The television ad, titled "Ridiculous Lights" shows that the most ridiculous things about wasting power, by leaving a lights or computer on is that for some reason we don’t think it is ridiculous. The videos "work" and "home" show it in a hilarious way.
A fantastic animated commercial for Knorr, directed by David Hicks from Sons and Daughters and DDB Canada. An animated salt mill is the star of this latest work by DDB Canada to promote Knorr's new Sidekicks, with 25 per cent less sodium.