So this is an ad by JWT Sydney. I think this is medication for children. I think I’m disgusted, but I’m not sure.
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R&R Partners in association with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority have released some new commercials. And while celebrating 10 years of the tried and tested “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”, they dig a little deeper and explore why the things that happen in Vegas actually happen in Vegas.
Meet the Vegas Enablers. Everybody has one. (I’m one!!) Find out if YOU are an enabler here.
I leave you for the weekend with these two spots produced by local shop TAXI, Vancouver. They commercials are for Hughes Car Wash – a chain of car washes located in the province of Alberta. The message: It Feels Good To Come Clean.
There are no words. Just disappointment. Although good for Hot Pockets for identifying the low hanging fruit.
I’m pretty sure this ad is about beef – but for some reason, it stars Party Monster-inspired angels, handsome demons and disco-dancing aliens. And although I’m quite certain that I’ve been to a very similar dinner party at one point in my life, this ad reaffirms that I don’t understand French… and I still don’t understand the French.
By Toy Agency, Paris.
OK. Maybe one comment; “WTF Japan?”
I first saw these print ads and I thought “Aw, such cute illustrations!” Then I looked closer and saw what they were advertising. And I read the tag line. And I felt confused and slightly disturbed. Creative by Herzie, Paris.
Apparently UNICEF is not a fan of Santa – and Santa is not a fan of poor countries. At least that’s the message in the following WTF Monday ad from Stockholm-based Forsman & Bodenfors. This wouldn’t be such a bad commercial if it wasn’t so confusing. I had to watch it a few times to really understand the angle.
I have no idea what is going on. Something to do with a kitten, runners and Kavli cream cheese.
I was surprised to learn that these ads were created by Saatchi & Saatchi, Stockholm. I had to watch them three times to even partially digest what they were trying to accomplish. It left me with the same feeling I get after watching an episode of “Just for Laughs”; unsettled and waiting for someone to explain to me what just happened and why it was funny.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.