Check out this creative video of Jingle Bells played by Microwaves. Merry Christmas.
The phone has a picture of Bruce Lee on the back along with his signature. It also comes bundled with a bunch of rare photos of the Dragon as well as accessories and, best of all, a Bruce Lee doll.
Check out this amazing video.
As Mike Muir would say, “all I wanted was a Pepsi , and she just wouldn’t give it to me…” BBDO Dusseldorf created the one calorie PepsiMax suicide campaign that seems to be causing some problems. I am not sure why… more images after the jump. Check out the full story here.
Australia beer company Toohey‘s has a pretty cool promotion based on the 6 degree’s of seperation. “Everybody is connected to everybody else by no more than six personal contacts. But is it only a theory? tooheys Extra Dry is creating a TV show to find out.”
So you need to send in a video of who you want to meet, they will give you a 6 pack some cash and a camera crew, you set off to meet 5 people who will lead you to the 6th person the one you want to meet. It sounds like it is a pretty cool concept lets see if they can pull it off. If it was done in the US, I think it would involve dancing.
Check out the promo video on their site. At least they are planing on introducing you to cool people. Artist, designers, musicians.
“A clever ad for HSBC by Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai ad agency in India. The bank wanted to raise awareness of the dangers of global warming, so the clever ad guys glued an aerial photo of a city’s skyscrapers to the base of a swimming pool …” Via:NetoRama
Sarah Palin, taking care of buisness back in Alaska. Watch the interview, and notice the man killing turkeys behind her.
A great bit of advertising for Guinness.
Damn I love the Onion.
Ah, Ok, now I am feeling uncomfortable.
I have been seeing these little numbers making their way around campus (second stop off the L). I am not sure the reason but, it’s aN interesting statement in these uncertain times.
Oasis is putting a spin on how to release a record. Starting Today, they will attend a private rehearsal as NYC street performers learn three never-before-heard songs from Oasis’ new album Dig Out Your Soul, which doesn’t hit stores ‘til October 7. From there, the multi-genre musicians–from indie rockers to jazz guitarists to a shred violinist—will take the new tunes to street corners, subways and landmarks all over the City. Click here for the map of locations.
And their record leaked, Its pretty good, thank god they got rid of Bob Rock. Anyway we thought we should reminisce over this. Remember when Metalica wanted to sue you for everything? Camp Caos what on point with these funny as shit, video’s. Enjoy
Brad Meltzer’s, “Book of Lies”, that is….A who’s who of geeks — from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” creator Joss Whedon to “Lost” co-creator Damon Lindelof to Lost writer and comic creator Brian K. Vaughn to author Christopher Hitchens — talking about the purported connection between the murder of the biblical figure Abel and the murder of the father of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel. Thats all I am going to say, well I bet Danzig will pick this one up!
Thank you Metalife for this one. Cupcake Happiness.
Groverfield by Greg Coolidge, Artifex Studios and College “Brought to You by the Letter G”. link
Check out Uniqlo’s unique promotional tool and really cool flash development. Their site has always used cutting edge technology, development and implementation. Here are the basics: you can edit video clips (human mix machine) to make a little audio clip, and that’s it. Extremely addictive. They have also created a “blog” widget that lets you create a custom size embed to fit in your blog. What more can you ask for?
“Viral marketing has been around for more than a decade, but viral video ads have grown in popularity as it has become easier to watch and share video on the Web and video-sharing sites like YouTube have grown. Forrester Research estimates interactive advertising was worth $20 billion in the U.S. this year and projects that amount will triple by 2012.”….. so get cracking… Read More here
Here at the twbe we like creativity, and it seems all your demented idea’s can come true these days.