Volkswagen and advertising agency DDB from New Zealand have a released the funny new campaign. The campaign features series of short videos, that demonstrate the amazing vehicle. Not only you can travel comfortably in it, but you can also keep your fish and chips warm, as well as please your pets. Stay tuned for more upcoming videos.
Sky and advertising agency DDB New Zealand have released this funny video commercial recently. The company released this spot to encourage its TV subscribers to switch from paper to email billing. How do you do that? The creatives have pulled off an uncommon character Loyd. He is the one, who has to handle 800,000 envelopes every month. Hilarious!
The short spot raises our awareness about gender equality. In New Zealand, as well as in many other countries, men are being paid more than women for the same jobs. Therefore, the creatives inverted the situation: what your reaction would be, if you would have to pay more for a ticket, just because you are a man?
The video features Father, who explores the world, which has changed a lot since his last visit. It seems that everything goes backward: time and sun, sea and frog. Who can put up with such a mess? Probably, the TV watchers can.
Pink Batts and advertising agency DDB New Zealand have teamed up with Thick as Thieves director Leo Woodhead to make this funny short. The video features two little guys, who are playing "Hot and Cold" game. The commercial promotes Pink Batts home insulator that helps keep it warm. Therefore, the game takes place from the yard, which is cold, to the warm house.
The video features a boy and his father. Since 2012 Olympics are being held in London, it is hard for those living in Australia and around. The son is staying awake late at night. His father is reluctant about the idea and does not let him. However, the boy is so persistent, that finally his dad joins him with the Mac.
Sky TV in order to promote their new service MY SKY, which allows users to record, pause or rewind live television, has launched a new TV commercial “60 things in 60 seconds”.
This lovely new Volkswagen commercial "Milk Run" has been launched in New Zealand. Its main idea is to promote the various Volkswagen cars looking from the different points of view of people who own them.
Starship Foundation Commercial: Father and son. Parents would give anything to trade places with their sick child. To raise donations for the Starship Foundation, DDB New Zealand and Sweet Shop director Steve Ayson turned this thought into a deeply moving spot for Starship Hospital.