Holy crap, this is one of those spots we wish we had on our reel. Fantastic in almost every sense (with a little tightening up of the ending). Right down to the soundtrack, old lady casting and slightly blurry shots – just the way grandmama sees through her Coke-bottle glasses.
Pepsi has redesigned their logo. According to the company, “The white band in the middle of the logo will now loosely form a series of smiles.” We think it resembles something else – a hoochie on display.
(Found in a random forum, apologies to the original author who we can’t find or credit)
Motionographer just posted this wonderful spot from Mattoni Mineral Water. They note that it’s very similar to a print ad execution done in Brazil for a sandal company featuring Gisele Bundchen, but we don’t really care. This thing’s destined for greatness at the award shows. Agency: MPGSRL., Italy.
This new spot for Sony Bravia was just released in New Zealand. Nice soundtrack, but the visuals are kind of boring if you ask us. The spot was developed not by Fallon who created the beautiful spots Balls, Paint and Bunnies, but by BATES Singapore. Your thoughts?
This vending machine was installed on a busy street in NY. Choose “Mr. Right” and the perfect man pops out. Choose “Mr. Right Now” and the perfect vibrator pops out. All brought to you by Flossie.com – the site that gives women the content they want. “Whatever you need, it’s on us!” Huh-uh.
This vending machine was installed on the south coast of England in the city of Brighton on its local pier by the street artist named Imbue. His ‘Drug Vend’ sculpture features a vending machine with the labels “Heroin” and “Cocaine” affixed and the glass holders filled with powders that appear to be the drugs themselves. Uh-huh.