The best “Catch” of all! Watch & rate it here: http://CokeURL.com/CADB
Proud to work at a place that creates this work. (Ran in the NYT) Check out this copy:
“Bravery stems from a sense of duty to stand up for what is right and fair for all people. As a company long dedicated to the support of civil rights, Levi Strauss & Co. wishes to humbly commend the citizens and leaders of the great state of New York for signing the Marriage Equality Act into law. And yet, there is more work to be done. Forty-four states still have not recognized the inalienable right to legally marry the person you love regardless of sexual orientation. As we take this moment to congratulate New York, we also challenge the rest of the country to continue the course of social justice and remember what it truly means to be the home of the brave.”
So good, yet SO NOT KFC.
Agency: Ogilvy South Africa
Basically, my friends are rockstars. #COLABpdx love
Pretty, pretty good.
American Apparel by Tony Kelly
The ad that happens when nobody is watching.
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VW Tiguan - Pinata by Deutsch
Another great Volkswagen ad.
Chrysler 300 - Homecoming by Wieden+Kennedy
“Show where you’re going without forgetting where you’re from.”
Now that I got the gig at W+K you know I’m posting this because it’s awesome work (not because I’m trying to suck up). This series give me chills. The music and copywriting are fantastic. It’s also refreshing to see a car ad where they show the car in less than perfect weather.
“Drive responsibly on and off-road”
Levi’s Chambray by Opening Ceremony. Directed by DANIELS.
Reasons why I love this ad:
- Colors- It’s bright and cheery!
- Message- It tells the story of how everything comes together.
- Diversity- Life isn’t like Gucci ads.
I love DANIELS. They know how to concept.
Dodge’s Fast Five - Period Piece
Way to go @WiedenKennedy! The juxtaposition of this spot is so clever. The characters and setting are so familiar, but together create something new and interesting. It pulls you in and then surprises you.
Car chases apparently make commercials better too.
Canon EOS 40D
Copy heavy, but doesn’t weigh the ad down. It also definitely speaks to the consumer (of dorky photographers around the world). What do you think? Ready to buy?
I guarantee you just rolled your head back & forth to read this.
Nontraditional interactive ad?