The video takes place at the girls soccer pitch. They play the game until they hear a voice, encouraging them to drop sports and become beautiful, fashionable and concerned about their bodies. The campaign supports female sports. According to it, both sexes equally participate in sports from the age of six. However, from the age of 14 the number of female athletes decrease.
Gatorade has launched a new TV commercial called ‘Gatorade Has Evolved’. The spot features famous athletes like Michael Jordan, Mia Hamm, Usain Bolt, Dwight Howard, and Peyton Manning.
Gatorade has launched a new TV commercial for their new low-calorie drink from the ‘G series’. Visually the spot is very well made. Watching sports in slow motion is always interesting but the idea of this commercial isn’t very original.
The competition between Easton High School and Philipsburg High School was very intense for 100 years. In 1993 they had a game which ended in a tie, which was equal to a defeat for both teams.
Visa has launched a new TV ad to promote itself as the only card that will be accepted in the 2010 winter Olympics. The commercial features Morgan Freeman’s voice and…Read more
Get A Mac - Mac vs PC: Surprise Mac vs PC continues with this rebuttal to Microsoft's recent campaign. Agency: TBWA/Media Arts Lab
Gatorade commercial: Jordan performance Art and behind the scenes. Over 14,000 Gatorade bottles were placed in a carefully-engineered sequence into holes of numerous light boxes. The work was completed in 16 hours in a Chicago playground to the beat of makeshift drums made from Gatorade bottles.
Mac vs PC: Second opinion Released: May 2009 Advertiser: Apple Agency: TBWA/Media Arts Lab
Another one from MAC vs PC series. PC tries to match Megan with a PC, but Megan wants something "that works without crashing, or viruses, or a ton of headaches," so she ends up with a Mac.
Released: April 2009 Avertiser: Apple Brand name: Mac Agency: TBWA/Media Arts Lab
Pepsi SuperBowl 2009 Commercial: Refresh Anthem. Pepsi's "Refresh Anthem" commercial, which were air during the first quarter of 2009 Super Bowl, features a mash-up of singers Will.i.am and Bob Dylan performing Dylan's '"Forever Young"
Pepsi Max Commercial: I'm Good Released: January 2009 Advertiser: Pepsi Agency: TBWA