Light-hearted humour before the weekend! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10203696555587230&set=vb.1017741164&type=2&theater
An “anti-Christmas” campaign by Harvey Nichols that encouraged viewers to splurge on themselves and scrimp on family gifts has been named the best TV ad in the world, breaking a six-year creative drought for the UK.
The Cannes Lions award in the prestigious film category, which also saw Jean Claude van Damme’s “epic splits” global viral hit for Volvo take best internet commercial, marks a remarkable week for Harvey Nichols which picked up four top grand prix prizes.
The commercial ‘Sorry I Spent It on Myself’ was developed by adam&eveDDB London and is the first UK win in the blue riband TV category since Cadbury’s Gorilla in 2008.
This ad just rocks!
With its campaign ‘SingTel’s Little Helpers’ and TV commercials ‘Ang Bao Love’ and ‘Happy Father’s Day’, SingTel creates opportunities for Singaporeans to share their own stories and thank loyal customers for their support.
Its newest TVC, digital and social media campaign executed by Ogilvy & Mather Singapore celebrates and pays tribute to dads across the nation, just in time for Father’s Day yesterday and the kick off of the World Cup.
Wacoal – A Woman’s Strength
HootSuite, the world’s most loved social media management platform, launched a Game of Thrones-themed video, that has now brought the vision of Silicon Valley’s palace intrigue to life on Facebook, Twitter and other tech giants, re-imagined as powerful players in the Seven Kingdoms!
The computer-generated video is an homage to the opening theme of the hit HBO series, with various social networks taking on the roles of King’s Landing, Winterfell and other important GoT locales. Facebook raises towers for its recent annexations Instagram and WhatsApp, while blue birds fly toward Twitter’s fortress. The more distant kingdom of Snapchat is appropriately underdeveloped compared to its more established neighbours. The point of the ad, besides celebrating Game of Thrones’ return, is to emphasise HootSuite’s usefulness as tool to manage multiple social media accounts at once. The company, which boasts nearly eight million users, secured $165 million in venture funding last summer.
Stripped to Nothing at Airport
A rather cheesy but laughable ad – great one for a Monday morning!