Feeling mean and harsh today? Take a minute and mellow out a little: if you cried when Old Yeller died, you’ll probably have the same reaction after watching this heart-tugging Purina ad.
For the kids who are too young to remember – or to have seen – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, AkooTV played Matthew Broderick’s Honda ad side-by-side with the referenced scenes from the original.
Israeli television commercial director Roni Kleiner’s 45 second live action PSA is enhanced with a dramatic visual effect, and is beautiful in its execution of a strong yet simple message.
By now you’ve probably already seen it, but it’s still fun to watch this Super Bowl commercial, as Budweiser surprises 2 recreational league hockey teams with a real game scenario. (Thanks K7!)
Just when you think you’ve seen all the silliest ads in your life, Terry Crews comes around and powers Old Spice up to the next level in an amusing collaborative effort with Bounce. (Thanks Duane!)
(NSFW: Language) Matthew Frost directed this clever ad for the French fashion magazine Jalouse. It takes us inside of the boardroom viral marketing video pitch. Let’s hope the kids really like it.
We’re not sure if dogs, weight loss, James Brown, Star Wars and Volkswagen make any sense together either. You be the judge of the extended cut of VW’s pot-luck of a Super Bowl commercial.
Hondaâ€™s Super Bowl commercial, directed by Todd Phillips, features Matthew Broderick playing himself in a grown-up version of his celebrated role as Ferris Bueller alongside the all-new 2012 CR-V.
It can’t be good that this teaser tells us nothing of what to expect from the game, but it still had us laughing at its wannabe Obi-Wan dude. We really just want that limited-edition Xbox 360 anyhow.
There are lots of fun pop culture references in the latest ad for the Nike+ FuelBand, a wearable watch that tracks steps, calories and how active you’ve been, including everyday activities.
You can call him Susan if it makes you happy, but don’t you dare let Vinnie Jones know that you can’t do CPR. A great ad from the British Heart Foundation promoting hands-only CPR.
For those of you who’ve never won or lost a sports bet, this extremely amusing ad from ESPN will help to educate you on just how serious (humiliating) some of these gentlemanly wagers can be.
Take a flight from the point of view of your bag. They left out the part where the baggage handlers toss your luggage and rifle through it for goodies. What do you expect from an ad shot for Delta?
Just when we thought Korea had the weirdest commercials for the BK Lounge, Russia has to try and outdo them with sheer excess. Though the in-store tattoos might not pass health code.
An assemblage of one second clips, capturing the wonders of the world and life in general. Part of a short-film competition to promote Montblanc’s chronographs. We love it when advertising is art.
Chicken x politics: Dean Blumberg’s ad for South African restaurant chain Nando’s parodies the remaining dictators left in the world; it entertains and leaves you thinking too. (Thanks Ange!)
Is that a carrot in the sauna, or do you just need glasses? This jocular ad for UK optical company Specsavers features Gordon Ramsay and a bumbling gent who could really use an eye exam.
This somewhat racy but rather amusing ad from Fiat showcases their new 500 Abarth, which is apparently so seductive you may lose track of your wits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. (Thanks Nick!)
ASICS installed a video wall in the Columbus Circle subway station and challenged passersby to race against top U.S. marathoner Ryan Hall for just 60 feet. What do you think happened? (Thanks Juan!)
We knew there was makeup strong enough to cover up tattoos; this cool vid shows us that it’s Dermablend, and what Zombie Boy (aka Rick Genest) looks like without his ink. (Thanks Mario!)
Yet another commercial filled with seemingly random, yet awesome stuff – this time ranging from K.I.T.T. to Mr. Men to Muttley, to an army of unicorns all coming together to sell us… yogurt?
An all-star cast of PS3 game characters gather together for a few drinks and raise a glass to â€œMichaelâ€, the kid who controls them all on their adventures in Sony’s cool ad. (Thanks, Everyone!)
To promote the 2nd season of Boardwalk Empire, HBO is running an authentic 1920s train in the 2/3 line of the New York City subway this September. This train’s first run was way back in 1917.
The ever-creative ad agency Ogilvy presented several conspiracy theories as plastic model kits in their ad campaign for model hobby manufacturer Tamiya. Hit the link for the full sized pics.
Levi’s Europe let Portugese street artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, be the creative mind behind their Now is our TIME! campaign launch in Berlin. Looks like he had some pretty explosive ideas.
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