Chipotle Mexican Grill-Willie Nelson-Coldplay-Sustainable Farming-One Awesome Commercial

What do you get when you combine Willie Nelson, Coldplay's song "The Scientist" and the Chipotle Mexican Grill? A captivating animated ad supporting sustainable farming.

Coldplay's haunting classic 'The Scientist' is performed by country music legend Willie Nelson for the soundtrack of the short film entitled, "Back to the Start." The film, by film-maker Johnny Kelly, depicts the life of a farmer as he slowly turns his family farm into an industrial animal factory before seeing the errors of his ways and opting for a more sustainable future. Both the film and the soundtrack were commissioned by Chipotle to emphasize the importance of developing a sustainable food system.

Lipton Tea Featuring the Music of Outlines "Discover How Far Tea Can Take You

It's a commercial for Lipton Tea, No it's a music video for the Outlines new song "I Cannot Think", actually it's both.

Lipton releases a new music clip based on a song by the Parisian duet "Outlines".
Using the same spirit as the surrealist pop outdoor campaign and the website launched early this year for its Exclusive Collection, Lipton invites us once again to discover how far tea can take us.
A melodic adventure signed by DDB Paris.
The completely animated clip has been developed in partnership with the production house B-reel. It features the elements which contributed to the Internet website success : an "Infinite Travel" though six surreal, pop and poetic universes which seem to be never-ending.
The Outlines music title "I cannot think", launched in July, gives rhythm to it all. The result of the pairing can only be cheerful.
Creative Directors : Pierrette Diaz/Matthieu Elkaim
Creatives : Nicolas Berthier/François Guyomard
Interaction Director : Branislav Peric
Digital Producers : Guillaume Cossou / Sophie Hoffman
Client partner : Marina Zuber
Account Director : Olga Papikian
Account Manager : Lennie Stern
Production : B-Reel

New Burger King BK commercial Lovin' You with Anderson Silva

New Burger King BK commercial featuring Anderson Silva.The MMA World Champion loves the new Mega BK™ Stacker so much he just needs sing it. Sorry BK not even this can save you.

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, Brazil
Executive Creative Director: Anselmo Ramos
Creative Directors: Eduardo Marques, Rafael Donato
Art Directors: Fabiano Gomes, Vinicius Siepierski
Copywriters: Rafael Donato, Pedro Fernande
Production Company: PBA Cinema
Directors: Luís Mermet, Mayra Gama
Executive Producers: Nívio Alves de Souza, Mayra Gama
Photography: Nico Trovato
Production team: Edu Pereira

Westfield Stratford City Granding Opening Promo by The Viral Factory

“This film is a 100 year countdown to the grand opening of Westfield Stratford City on September 13th 2011, and celebrates a century of East London fashion, dance and music.
Directed by Jake Lunt with The Viral Factory, the film was shot over 4 days in east London locations with hundreds of costume changes. The music was commissioned from Oscar nominated genius Tristin Norwell who took a simple tune and interpreted it for each decade over 100 years.”
Campaign Credits
Client: Westfield Stratford City
Art Director: The Viral Factory
Media Agency: The Viral Factory
Production: The Viral Factory
Seeding: The Viral Factory

Finlandia Vodka "The Evolution of Perfection"

The Finnish animation studio Undo teamed up with a Finnish production house Komia to create this spot for Finlandia. The film is directed by Juuso Syrjä.

Fluid simulation was used to create the impossible shots where the vodka would rise up and form the shape of the bottle. A fairly complex setup was made in Realflow to direct the fluid growing, and a lot of growing collision geometries were used to move the digital fluid to match the shape of the bottle.

Mission accomplished!

2011 Lady GaGa MTV VMA Awards Promo Commercial

For all you Lady Gaga fans here's the Lady GaGa 2011 MTV video music awards(VMA) commercial ad promo, Government Hooker Heavy Metal Lover an MTV VMA exclusive. That's all I have to say, enjoy the show.

Sicilia Fashion Village | The Most Fashionable Place In The World Promo Spot

In the heart of Sicily is hidden the one of the most fashionable towns in the world. The little village of Agira is populated not more than some 8333 inhabitants who just happen to be the coolest and most fashionable people ever seen.
This promo created to promote Sicilia (Sicily) Fashion Village is just fantastic, how can you not enjoy seeing typical elderly Italians looking so good.
What is this place you might be thinking......Sicily Fashion Village is the first outlet village in Sicily, a place where you can buy at reduced prices throughout the year from 30% to 70% of the clothing and accessories of the most prestigious Italian and international fashion: some of these arrive in Sicily for the first time! Over a hundred mono-brand boutiques come together for the first time in the same place, in the heart of Sicily, to provide visitors with accessible quality, major brands, assortments are always new, but also fun, food and wine typical and exclusive services.
Image courtesy of ©
And yes Fashion Village is a very real place, check it out for yourself Sicily Fashion Village

Share Some Soul 2012 Kia Soul Hamster Shuffling Commercial in HD

The hip hamsters made famous in their debut Kia Soul Ad "New Way To Roll" last year are back in the newest ad campaign doing the shuffle or is it shuffling, featuring the song "Party Rock Anthem," by pop group LMFAO in the "Share Some Soul" commercial.
This 60 second spot was previewed on YouTube, and the Kia Soul ad will air on TV August 28th during 2011 MTV Music Awards. Watch for the LMFAO inspired shuffle dance video submission contest hosted on the Kia's YouTube channel and Facebook page, set to be announced soon too.

First they drove. Then they rapped. Now they're dancing. But they're not doing any old dance. They're shuffling. And they're doing it harder, faster and better than any hamster has ever shuffled before.
Not only are the hamsters making a comeback; the Kia Soul, the urban crossover vehicle that started a craze is back and better than ever delivering more power and better fuel efficiency than ever before, the 2012 Kia Soul, "a new way to roll".

Ad Agency: David & Goliath

Sony Ads | HandyCam Take Control & Family Vacation

Two new TV ads for Sony HandyCam created by the ad agency 180LA are nothing special but a pleasure to watch if you enjoy beautiful places in our big beautiful world.

Sony Ad “Take Control” was shot in Bangkok, Thailand.

Sony Ad “Family Vacation” was shot on location in Mumbai, Pune, and Nashik, India.

Agency: 180LA
Executive Creative Director: William Gelner
Creative Directors: Gavin Lester
Copywriter: Zac Ryder
Art Director: Adam Groves
Head of Production/Managing Partner: Peter Cline
Producer: Mary Ellen Dugan
Group Account Director: Kelli Stam
Account Director: Go Wakimoto
Planner: Brit Browning
Production Company: Biscuit Filmworks
Director: Christopher Riggert
Managing Director: Shawn Lacy
Executive Producer: Holly Vega
Line Producer: Scott Kaplan
Director of Photography: Tim Hudson
International Production Company: Stratum Films
Producer: Avinash Shankar
Shoot Locations: Mumbai, Pune, and Nashik, India
Editorial Company: Arcade Edit
Editor: Paul Martinez
Executive Producer: Deanne Mehling
Producer: Ali Reed
Assistant Editor: Andrew Leggett
Completion/Special Effects
Colorist: Mark Gethin
Transfer Facility: MPC LA
Online/VFX: Jake Montgomery
VFX Supervisor: Jake Montgomery
Henry/Flame Artist: Jake Montgomery
Executive Producer: Andrew Bell
Head of Production: Jenny Bright
Producer: Jenny Bright
Recording Studio: Eleven Sound
Mixer: Jeff Payne
Asst Mixer: Ben Freer
Executive Producer: DJ Fox
Music: Human

Looking Back at Apple The Crazy Ones TV Commercial

A look back at Apple's Crazy Ones TV spot makes you think just how fitting it would be to have Jobs himself appear in the ad.
In Steve Jobs return to Apple in 1997 he not only brought back his old ad agency but the Think Different campaign was finished and well the rest is history.
"Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify and vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as crazy, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."
Agency: TBWA/Chiat/Day San Francisco
Animation and VFX: Nickerson Research
Editorial Company: Venice Beach Editorial
Chief Creative Officer: Lee Clow
Creative Director: Ken Segall
Client: Apple
Creative Director: Rob Siltanen
Creative Director: Eric Grunbaum
Creative Director: Amy Moorman
Copywriter: Craig Tanimoto

Chevrolet "The Warehouse" TV Spot

Chevy Europe tells us about missed opportunities in their newest ad campaign. The Chevrolet spot entitled "The Warehouse" was shot by Nacho Gayan, nice work.
Life is full of opportunities, don't let them go. Make it Happen. A simple message. A new generation of cars. This is the brand new Chevrolet campaign for Europe.
Advertising Agency: Herezie, Paris, France
Executive Creative Director: Andrea Stillacci
Copywriter: Jean-Laurent Py
Art Director: Sebastien Boutebel
Agency Producer: Robert Leisewitz
Account Supervisor: Daniela Knecht
Planners: John Lawery/Luc Wise
Producer: Sylvaine Mella
Director: Nacho Gayan
Cinematographer: Linus Sandgren
Editor: Mario Battistel
Editing Company: Nightshift
Sound Design / Arrangement: Tranquille Le Chat
Post Production: Nightshift
Animation: Big Lazy Robot
Production Designer: Marcos Luytens

Ikea Happy To Bed Advert

The newest Ikea commercial advert entitled "Happy To Bed", the campaign includes a YouTube page takeover which is one of the better page takeovers I've seen.
IKEA gets personal on YouTube

Home furnishing experts IKEA has today launched the first ever personalised 3D showroom on YouTube. Drawing on information from Facebook, IKEA’s tool creates a bespoke 3D bedroom that can then be explored and tailored by users to create their perfect bedroom.

Customers will be shown an IKEA bedroom that will perfectly suit them based on their own Facebook information and living situation by visiting IKEA has even gone to the trouble of hanging photos of customers’ loved ones on the walls to ensure they really do experience their perfect bedroom environment. Other features in the 3D showroom include the ability to see detailed product information and to click through to to purchase any home furnishings featured within the bedroom.

The personalised 3D showroom forms part of a wider bedrooms campaign by IKEA and follows a UK wide study of over 2million people into how Britons live life at home. The 3D showroom creates bedroom experiences based on insight drawn from the study including:
Creating bedrooms that support TV and internet for those most likely to use it.
Incorporating workspace to reflect the growing trend of working in the bedroom.
Smart storage solutions to address the decline in living space across the United Kingdom.
Helping customers see the potential to create a happier space in their bedrooms for a better night’s sleep.

IKEA have used the results as part of a £2.5million investment into redesigning the bedroom roomsets in stores across the country. The redesigns will ensure all IKEA bedroom roomsets are locally relevant, specifically reflect the way people live their life at home and showcase the solutions that help people go to bed happy.

Carole Reddish, deputy UK & Ireland country manager for IKEA says: “We want to be the experts in truly understanding peoples’ needs, wants and dreams to help them live a happier life at home. So we understand that every bedroom is unique, it is a space that needs to fulfil so many roles; for some it’s a place to work, for some a sanctuary, above all though the bedroom is a place to sleep. This tool uses design, inspiration and lifestyle to show what’s possible when creating the room of your dreams, ultimately helping you go to bed happy.”

Charlotte Morton from Google's Creative Agency Partnerships team says: “This is an innovative use of social media illustrating what is possible on YouTube for a creative brand like IKEA. We're excited to be part of such a forward-thinking campaign.”

New 1stBank History Lessons TV Ad

New TV commercial for 1st Bank gives us a history lesson in this spot created by TDA. From the Hollands tulip mania in 1637, New Yorks Stock Speculation in 1929, and the housing bubble in 2008 1st Bank reminds us there is no get rich.
Advertising Agency: TDA, Boulder, USA
Art Director: Barrett Brynestad
Copywriters: Jeremy Seibold, Neal Desai
Agency Producer: Susan Fisher
Creative Directors: Jonathan Schoenberg, Thomas Dooley
Production Company: MJZ, Los Angeles
Director: Clay Williams
D.P.: Eric Steelberg
Executive Producer: Eric Stern
Line Producer: Clarissa Troop
Editorial / Post: Cosmo Street / Santa Monica
Editor: Katz
Assistant Editor: Zoe Mougin
Executive Producer: Yvette Cobarrubias
Production: Patty Paz
Sound Design: POP Sound, Santa Monica
Engineer: Zac Fisher
Assistant Engineer: Joseph Garten
Executive Producer: Susie Boyajan

ESPN Monday Night Football New TV AD "Animal Control"

ESPN and Monday Night Football are gearing up for the NFL season with their first commercial from the new "Is It Monday Yet?" campaign, this one entitled Animal Control.
Other spots in the campaign include: “Plumber,” “Construction Worker,” “Food Inspector,” and “Police Officer”, they will play off a similar theme and are set to debut closer to ESPN’s regular-season doubleheader on Sept. 12.
The MNF campaign will also feature topical spots promoting weekly MNF matchups throughout the season.
Who knows we just might see and hear Hank Williams Jr. asking fans the easiest question in the world … “Are You Ready for Some Football?”
Created by: ESPN Consumer Marketing
Ad Agency: Weiden+Kennedy, New York Car insurance TV Spot/Commercial

Funny new ad for the Swiss Auto Insurance company created by ad agency "Walker".
Advertising Agency: Walker, Zürich, Switzerland
Creative Director/Founder: Pius Walker
Art director/Copywriter : Golf Nuntawat Chaipornkaew
Account Director: Cornelia Nünlist, Lisa Binkert
Production House : Radical Media
Director: Steve Miller
Producer: Ben Schneider
DOP: Bryan Newman Editor: Dan Maloney

Wrath of the Storm UAE Armed Forces TV SPOT

This is the latest handiwork from Nola Pictures Director Chris Hartwill, who teamed up with Eye Squad, Dubai to showcase the fighting power of this uprising nation.
A golden desert panorama, silent F-16 fighter jets, a placid sea. Suddenly, a giant, surreal sand tsunami is rising over the horizon, and the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces launch. The footage then toggles back and forth between a high-tech command center and a fusillade of furious weaponry: F-16s, battle ships, tanks, armored jeeps, and helicopters. Soldiers swarm from aircraft, seacraft and by land. In the end, the force is overwhelming - the menacing desert tidal wave sinks harmlessly into the earth.
"The commercial portrays UAE's armed forces as the highly sophisticated, modern, well equipped, technologically state of the art, premier fighting force that they are," noted Nola EP Charlie Curran. "Chris Hartwill delivered just that, bringing all his knowledge, talent and experience to the table to produce an incredible spot. He is a complete filmmaker, a director who knows how to get things done, leading his clients and crew with confidence and vision."

Such a wild shoot is sure to have some wild stories behind it. The best line heard at pre-production, according to Hartwill, "Chris, how many F-16s would you like, and where would you like us to park them?"
Client: UAE Armed Forces
Spot Title: Wrath of the Storm
Agency: Polkadot, UAE
Creative Director: Pia Abou Jaoudeh
Agency Producer: Joyce Amm
Production Company: Eye Squad, UAE
Executive Producer: Omar Sami
Producer: Hermann Meingast
DP: Franco Paroni
Director: Chris Hartwill
Production Company: Nola Pictures (North American Representation)
EP: Charlie Curran
Editorial: Optix Digital Pictures, UAE
Editors: David Zavadescu (Optix Digital Pictures, UAE), Pawel Kseizopolski (Smoke & Mirrors, UK)
Post: Smoke & Mirrors, UK
Artist: Tony Lawrence
Telecine: Smoke & Mirrors, UK

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New Ikea "PlayFight" Commercial Advert

Advertising Agency: Mother, London, UK
Director: Martin Krejci
Production: Company Stink
Producer: Ben Croker
Editor: Filip Malasek
Post Production: Tom Sparks / One of Us / The Mill
Audio Post Production: Factory
Sound Design: Jan Muchow
DoP: Stepan Kucera

Beach VolleyBall Stars Sell Their Bikini Butt To Advertisers

The British beach Volley Ball champions Zara Dampney, and Shauna Mullin sell ad space on their Bikini Bottoms.
Apparently all you have to do is take a picture of the QR code placed on their bikini to find out what the ad is.

Via: The Advert Fan

Cravendale "Milk Me Brian" TV Advert | Who Ever Thought To Milk A Cow

A new epic 60 second tv commercial for Cravendale created by Wieden + Kennedy London, asks us the question..."Do You ever wonder who first thought to milk a cow? What exactly happened?" That very question is played out in the ad that examines thousands of years of human history until an "unhinged genius" experiences the vision of...a cow angle floating in the air uttering, "Milk Me!"
Ad Agency: Wieden + Kennedy London
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