Omo and advertising agency Lowe from Singapore have released this beautiful video spot recently. The detergent brand takes us to Tet, where family is one of the most important things.
Ikea and advertising agency BBH from Singapore have released this brilliant ad. The brand is preparing for Halloween, therefore the creatives have come up with something special.
Chupa Chups and advertising agency BBH from Singapore have released this hysterical campaign. WARNING: the videos are really bizarre! But that's exactly what we love about it.
Ikea has released this awesome video spot the other day that you just have to see. The commercial features Frank the cosplayer and documents his life. He has hundreds of outfits, even his mummy is not sure how many exactly.
Direct Asia and advertising agency Alchemy Asia from Singapore have released a funny video ad. The spot features a funny cartoon character – Robin Hood. He goes around the city and helps the drivers out with their parking tickets. There is a funny twist in the end, when a family approaches Robin Hood as a weirdo.
Chupa Chups and advertising agency BBH from Singapore have released this video, which instantly became a viral success. The spot features a guy, who has found a lollipop street artist in Singapore. You won't believe this man's talent! He manages to lick the lollipop and form it with his tongue, so that the candy reminds a head of his client's! This is real.
The commercial shows people and their efforts to reduce alcohol in their blood. The suggestion is clear: do not drive to drink. The creatives have wrapped this important message in the effective storyline, which depicts cheap attempts to fool the police.
The video takes place at the crazy White Teeth Talent Show. See how Happydent improves the teeth hygiene – the applicants become talented artists, creating magic with their shiny pearls! See the previous video, where a guy made a light painting with his teeth.
The video takes place at the crazy White Teeth Talent Show. See how Happydent improves the teeth hygiene – a guy becomes a star with his sparkling smile, after he paints a light painting with his shiny pearls!
The ad features Chupa Chups talisman Chuck and his friend Carl. The latter sings anti-Christmas carol. It is dedicated for all those “lucky kids”, who have born in December. Every year their birthday celebration is being wiped away by the Christmas hustle and bustle.
The spot takes place at the fish market. As the customers asks suspiciously if the fish is fresh, the seller not only snaps out “of course, it is!”, but it also “pushes his button” to say the learned true about his products. NTUC claims it does not hide behind terms and conditions. Simple and to the point.
Faber-Castell and advertising agency Ogilvy from Singapore have released this bizarre video commercial. The ad reminds a brutal video game, where a player has to find and shoot the running targets. What is unusual here, is that the targets are the letters. And the title says not to miss a word. That is exactly what a wonderful Faber-Castell highlighters do.