Despite the fact that this little jingle is in Portuguese, it won’t stop anyone from enjoying a catchy tune and some goofy singing teeth in this playful ad for Oral-B Brazil. (Thanks Robson!)
It’s not new, but it’s clever: DDB Russia created this ad for Philips, which showcases an artist using their appliance to recreate painted masterpieces by Vermeer, van Gogh and Rembrandt on sheets.
Ready your heart strings. This touching ad for John Lewis department stores about one very determined Snowman is set to a great cover of Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Power of Love, sung by Gabrielle Aplin.
Mini Schweiz and ad agency Draftfcb/Lowe Group commissioned Bartek Elsner to build this much-larger-than-life boom box, crafted out of cardboard for the International Radio Festival in Zurich.
We got to hand it to Disney for drawing on gamer nostalgia with this retro ad for Fix It Felix, Jr. to help put us in the mood for Wreck It Ralph. There’s ads for some of the other featured games too.
Coke’s Brazilian ad agency created this clever campaign for Coca-Cola.FM which converts the magazine it appeared in into a low-fi acoustic speaker dock for iPhones and iPod Touches.
Is this ad for Nike’s Fuelband gear with its real-life takes on platform gaming a glimpse of what we can expect from exercise and friendly competition in the near future? We sincerely hope so.
A clever beach-side promotional display for Sprite looks like a giant soda machine, but we’re thinking that it dispenses water and not lemon-lime soda or else it would make for one sticky mess.
The World Wildlife Fund’s latest promotional clip perfectly juxtaposes the parallels between human and animal life, reminding us that we all need to share this one planet we have.
A completely psychotic (but unaired) ad for NutriGrain in which we are led to believe the cereal bars are not only nutritious, but filled with methamphetamine. What did we just watch?
Meet Joe Black Doug Pitt. He doesn’t have the fame, acclaim or charisma of his older brother Brad, so Virgin Mobile decided to give Doug a chance to be a star with this endorsement.
Ad agency Duval Guillaume Modem designed this foldable print advertisement for Carlsberg beer, which converts into a usable bottle opener. While not perfect, it certainly beats using our teeth.
A speeding blue BMW M5 does its best job to recreate in full-scale the effect of a bullet slicing through an apple, balloons and other obstacles, all captured in glorious slow-motion.
Designed as a promotional stunt for TechnoMarine watches, it envisions a cool new nightclub under the Hudson River, complete with real fake jellyfish. Looks great until you need to go to the bathroom.
These incredibly creative and intricate sand sculptures were made by Lowe Singapore for an ad campaign for OMO washing detergent, reinforced by the tagline “Dirt is Good.”
The high-speed specialists at The Marmalade use real technical genius to make their amazing slo-mo shots. That includes the use of Spike: a robotic arm that moves with incredible precision.
A hilarious commercial for job hunting website Zonajobs showing a poor old lady dying all sorts of terrible deaths. As bizarre as it seems, you’ll be able to relate to it by the end.
We thoroughly enjoyed the happy pups in the original Dogs in Cars video. Here the dogs get to replicate that wind blowing through the hair sensation in a shameless plug for Vornado fans.
Digital filmmakers KORB created this unofficial Coca-Cola promo for a competition, taking the drink’s iconic glass and liquid-filled bottle and playing with its form through sound.
Sometimes, when you’re just minding your own business, you get to witness good drama, like these folks did, courtesy of TNT’s ad campaign in a nondescript Belgian town square. (Thanks Dan!)
Latinworks created several amusing ads that poke fun at the damage viral videos can do to national identities for the upcoming Cine Las Americas International Film Festival in Austin, TX.
This very clever promo video for the Dollar Shave Club is an great homage to the Old Spice ads we know and love; it’s filled with humor, energy and low budget creativity. (Thanks everyone!)
Take the time and check out GEICO’s thirty second ad that features an anxious couple who decide on an unorthodox choice for a home security system. And do not drink a beverage while viewing it.
We are enjoying the car more than Charlie Sheen doing his thing in Fiat’s latest advert for their Abarth. Unlike this guy, he won’t need to do any cleaning up afterwards either. (Thanks Tom!)
A brilliantly executed print campaign for Stihl Power Tools by Australia’s \WHYBIN \TWBA \TEQUILA inspiring us to go outside with clever references to modern technology.
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