Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Virgin America: Musical Safety Video

Virgin America transformed the boring safety video into an entertaining 5-minute musical video featuring 36 singers and dancers and 14 dance styles. To make it social they are hosting an audition for the next safety video at You can participate by uploading an Instagram video with moves using the #VXsafetydance hashtag.


Director: Jon M. Chu, 
Choreographers: Jamal Sims and Christopher Scott

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Xbox One: Invitation

An invitation to a new generation of gaming. Supercars, giant robots, Steven Gerald, zombies and Spock invite you to play with Xbox One the new all-in-one console. The well know tagline "jump in" becomes "jump ahead". It will be a great battle with Sony. A battle all gamers will gain from.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Cheetos: Project T.P.

With Project T.P. you can cover the world in digital toilet paper before Halloween. Cheetos and Google StreetView gives you the chance to select any place you want and drop the toilet paper payload. Funny.

cheetos project T.P.

Monday, 21 October 2013

Honda: An impossible made possible

If you love illusions then you will love this new spot for the Honda CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC Diesel. A car that is big enough but due to its diesel engine and the ingenuity of Honda engineering, manages to be fuel efficient. An impossible task made possible.


Advertising agency: Mcgarrybowen London
Executive creative directors: Paul Jordan, Angus Macadam
Copywriter: Richard Holmes
Art director: Remco Graham
Executive planning director: Kevin Chesters
Planner: Max Kennedy
Agency producer: Richard Firminger
Production company: Gorgeous
Director: Chris Palmer
Editor: Paul Watts
Colourist: Seamus O’Kane, The Mill
VFX: Tom Sparks
Audio post-production: Parv Thind Wave

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Google Earth: Saroo Brierley - Homeward Bound

The amazing true story of Saroo Brierley will make you cry. He was lost at the age of 5 after falling asleep on a train waiting for his brother. He lost his Indian family then and he was adopted by an Australian family. He searched for 25 years for his family but since he had only visual memories of the place he grew up he was actually searching for a needle in a haystack.

Then he found Google Earth and started his search from the train station. He searched and searched through India using Google Earth and finally he found the town he grew up. He went there and he fould his home and his family.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Carrie: Telekinetic Coffee Shop Stunt

Extremely well done telekinetic prank for the upcoming remake of 1976 classic movie Carrie, makes unsuspecting coffee shop clients scream with terror in their eyes. It is very entertaining to watch this girl who is upset because someone spilled her drink over her, starting to losing it and going telekinetic. Fake walls, remote control tables, books with springs and pulleys were placed in a way that made the whole experience for the customers as real as it could get. Enjoy!

Friday, 4 October 2013

MTV: Gif Me More Power

MTV Mobile gives you the abitily to create your own TV spot and 140 characters to say whatever you want to the world. Enter  write 140 characters, choose the music you want and select from almost a thousand video sequences, those you want to see in your spot. You can share it and submit it for voting.

To promote this initiative and inspire the millenials, Buzzman created examples of messages focusing on four themes: bravery, freedom, friendship and love.

Advertising agency: Buzzman

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Johnnie Walker: From the Future

The new global integrated campaign for Johnnie Walker aims to "revitalise 'Keep Walking' for a new generation of drinkers in a rapidly changing world". A message from the future, a message from the oldest and successful you to the younger you who work as an unappreciated slave, trying to inspire you not to give up on the current you.

Advertising Agency: BBH, London, UK

Vitamilk: Dead batteries charging smartphones

1500 used batteries have still enough energy to charge 140 smartphones. Vitamilk, the leading soymilk brand in Thailand with the help of BBDO and Proximity Thailand made a smartphone recharging station using dead batteries to point out the belief of Vitamilk that there is always power within us to recharge. The station was placed in a shopping mall for two months and helped gather thousands of dead batteries and give back 3,328 hours of talk time.

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