giovedì 31 ottobre 2013

Automotive ad of the day. The Beetle 3-track feat. Walk Off The Earth.


Agency: Red Urban
Creative Director: Christina Yu
Art Director: Alicia Outschoorn
Writers: Cooper Evoy & Jon Taylor
Agency Producer: Andrea Hull
Director, Digital Strategy & Social Media: Nicole Milette
Account Director: Sonia Ruckemann
Sr. Account Executive: Beatrice Recio
Production Company: Untitled Films
Director: Wendy Morgan
Director of Photography: John Houtman
Executive Producer: Lexy Kavluk
Line Producer: Michael Smith
Editor: Dave De Carlo, Rooster Post
Flame Artist: Andrew Rolfe, Fort York
Colourist: Wade Odlum, Alter Ego
Senior Developer: Ricardo Peters

Ridiculously macho ad of the day. "Them Boots" - 1800 Tequila. Enough said.


1800® Tequila the original super-premium tequila, renowned for being expertly aged and consistently smooth. Named after the year it was created, 1800® Tequila is pure, 100% blue agave tequila grown on family-owned ranches and bottled in Jalisco, Mexico. Each bottle of 1800® Tequila is double-distilled and matured in French and American oak barrels for superior drinkability.

Enough Said. 

More info: 

Instagram: @official1800Tequila

Please do not share with anyone under 21, and remember to enjoy 1800 Tequila responsibly.

Client: 1800 Tequila, Proximo Spirits
Campaign: "Enough Said"
Agency: The VIA Agency, Portland, Maine
Chief Creative Officer: Greg Smith
Producer: Mary Hanifin
Creative Directors: Kevin Phillips, Steve Street
Group Strategy Director: Jason Wright
Account Executive: Lyndsey Fox
Associate Producer: Dustin Levine
Production Company: Believe Media
Executive Producers: Liz Silver, Luke Thornton
Director: Anthony Mandler
Director of Photography: David Devlin

Music video of the day. Jackson and His Computerband: G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up). By Mrzyk & Moriceau.

Jackson and His Computerband: G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up)


"Mrzyk & Moriceau's Erotic Battleground Sets the Scene for the Electronic Eccentric
An anonymous female protagonist takes on a phallic army in Mrzyk & Moriceau’s erogenous epic for Jackson and His Computerband. Taking new single “G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up)” as their starting point, the French directing duo worked with a team of five animators for two months to create a chimerical world of sexual fantasy for the Warp Records-signed multi-instrumentalist. Born Jackson Fourgeaured, the Parisian released his second album Glow in September after an eight-year gap—the long player comes complete with guest vocals from Berlin-based disco absurdistPlanningtorock and singer-songwriter Mara Carlyle. “We had no brief; we showed him a storyboard and he said ‘Go,’ he let us totally free,” says Jean Francois Moriceau, one half of today’s featured creative pair whose CV includes videos for similarly outré Gallic stars Air and Sébastien Tellier. “We love Jackson’s song, so the ideas came very fast. We wanted something sex-gore-bizarre, so created this faceless girl fighting against penises that appear from everywhere.” The explosively charged narrative takes in Manga influences and the duo’s trademark pop eroticism, while also providing, as Moriceau opines, a comment on misogyny and female empowerment. “Of course you can see the power of feminism in the film,” he says. “But firstly, we want to entertain.”"

Another wonderful animation by Mrzyk & Moriceau:
LOOk | Mrzyk & Moriceau for Sébastien Tellier from nanevskom on Vimeo.

mercoledì 30 ottobre 2013

Indian ad of the day. Tanishq - A wedding to remember.

" a nation where widowed and divorced women have historically been treated as outcasts, the theme of the spot—a woman's second marriage, to a man who treats both her and her daughter with love and respect—is not only revolutionary. It is crazy bold." Read more at

Agency: LOWE Lintas (Bengalooru)
National Creative Director: Arun Iyer
Creative Director: Rajesh Ramaswamy
Production House: Lintas Productions
Director : Gauri Shinde
Producer: Anil Naidu
DOP : Sanu Verghese
Art Directors: Urvee & Shipra
Editor : Nayan H Bhadra (Yogesh)
Casting : Amita Sehgal
Makeup : Vidyadhar Bhatte
Agency producers: Tulika Sodera / Yogesh Dixit
1st A.D: Nameeta Prakash 
2nd A.D: Sunny Tiku
DA: Deepti Rao
Music: Original score from 'Rockstar' composed by A.R. Rahman
Sound Engineer: Jiten (Boing studios)
Online Artist: Reshma, Murli (Prime Focus)
Colorist: Rahil (Prime Focus)
Production Executive: Parag Rane

Viral of the day. Virgin America Safety Video #VXsafetydance.

Buckle up to get down. We've enlisted the help of Virgin Produced, Director Jon M. Chu, Choreographers Jamal Sims and Christopher Scott, Virgin America teammates, and dance stars like Todrick Hall and Madd Chadd to give our safety video a new song and dance -- literally. From the exit doors to the oxygen masks, no seat belt was left unbuckled. Send us your audition to be in a future version of the next safety video by visiting and uploading an Instagram video with your freshest moves using the #VXsafetydance hashtag.
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, New York
Executive Creative Directors: Scott Vitrone/Ian Reichenthal
Creative Directors: Sean McLaughlin + John Parker
Copywriter: Greg Rutter
Art Director: Alan Buchanan
Head of Content Production: Lora Schulson
Producer: Cheryl Warbrook
Account Team: Nathan Stewart + Dipal Shah + Jasmina Almeda
Director of Business Affairs: Sara Jagielski + Quentin Perry
Production Company: Arts & Sciences
Director: Matt Aselton / Azazel Jacobs
Executive Producer: Marc Marrie
Managing Director: Mal Ward
Line Producer: Zoe Odlum / Dina Oberly
Director of Photography: Corey Walter
Editorial Company: Mackenzie Cutler
Editor: Ian Mackenzie
Post Producer: Evan Meeker
Editorial Assistant: Nick Divers
VFX Company: MPC
VFX Lead Flame: Marcus Wood
VFX Compositors: Marcus Wood
Producer: Philip Whalley
Telecine Company: Company 3
Colorist: Tim Masick
Mix Company: Mackenzie Cutler
Sound Designer: Sam Shaffer

Digital stuff of the day. "Enjoy Your Privacy" -- An interactive narrative from Norton Mobile

"Enjoy Your Privacy" -- An interactive narrative from Norton Mobile from Jam3 on Vimeo.
Thereʼs nothing our phones and tablets donʼt know about us. We let them listen to our conversations and count on them to harbor our most personal photos. We entrust them with our passwords, credit card numbers and our bank account information.
In essence, our mobile devices have become virtual windows into our lives.
The scary thing is, all it takes is a bit of human error, a moment of forgetfulness or a careless click, and our mobile devices can change from confidants to informants.
“Enjoy Your Privacy” was created as a reminder to consumers that no device is safe from digital dangers without the right protection.
The team developed a highly interactive experience at whereby users can sync their mobile devices to the desktop experience and interact with seven fictitious characters whom all have secrets for you to find out. Once a user pairs their mobile device with the desktop experience, they have the ability to access seven characterʼs devices as if they were their own—scrolling through photos, text messages, personal emails, bank statements, and much more with the objective of learning about the characterʼs lives and their hidden secrets.
Through the experience, visitors also learn what can come of lost, stolen, or hacked devices and how Norton by Symantec can help prevent them from falling victim to such security breaches. Through interacting with the experience, users are actually put into the shoes of a would-be hacker or someone who finds a device without protection.
To produce the digital experience Leo Burnett tapped Jam3, Smuggler and Method to create a highly interactive narrative that can be controlled by your mobile phone. The site, built entirely in HTML5 and using Jam3's proprietary Copper framework, has over 70 short videos that perfectly stitch together to allow the user to seamlessly move back and forth through the buildings and stories in any order they want.
Using WebSockets (Node.js and the Socket.IO) to pair the user’s mobile device with their desktop experience, allows them to explore and interact with the story’s characters and discover their various secrets. A "micro" mobile operating system was designed to create the illusion of actually peering into someone's phone, complete with email, voicemails, photos, personalized homescreens and even transitions between "apps".
The overarching message of the program is that of Privacy – and with the right type of protection from Norton, we are given peace of mind and allows us relax. So, go ahead: Enjoy your privacy with Norton Mobile Security and Norton Hotspot Privacy.
Visit on your computer to discover more about the program.

Experiment of the day. Sony - The Great Phone Swap.

Advertising Agency: CP+B, Sweden
Executive Creative Director: Gustav Martner
Creative Directors: Jonas WittenmarkTobias Carlson
Art Directors: Jonas WittenmarkTobias Carlson
Copywriters: Jimmy HellkvistJonas WittenmarkTobias Carlson
Designer: Mattias Nordenham
Motion: David Forss
Motion: Daniel Svärd
Event agency: Grandins Flying Circus

Animal Spot of the day. Vileda - I gatti leccano di tutto! - Cats drink everything.


E se fossero i nostri gatti ad eliminare le macchie dimenticate sul pavimento? Evita sorprese con il nuovo SuperMocio Microfibre! Seguici su Facebook

I comportamenti degli animali rappresentati nei video non sono legati in alcun modo alla reale assunzione delle bevande associate in didascalia! 
Inoltre, ci è stato assicurato che l'ultimo gatto presente nel video è in realtà astemio :)

Si ringraziano: Marco, Livia, Giorgia, Ciullina, Federica, Sylnanu, Beerd, Tore e i loro gatti matti!

martedì 29 ottobre 2013

Funny video of the day. late for meeting

my summer vacation
directed by David Lewandowski

Music is "The Mexican Cactus" by Jean-Jacques Perrey (licensed from UMPG)

electronic press kit available on request @badmocap
Original grocery store music available here;

Sound designer and original grocery store music composer; Jamie Vance
on-set vfx assistant; William Mendoza
fluids artist; Josh Johnson
colorist; christian sprenger

special thanks
David Estis, Karina Benesh, Maxim Lazarov, Zachary Johnson, Jeffrey Max, Fatalfarm, Superior Grocery, Meea's hotdogs, The Oinkster, and CVS Eaglerock.

Digital stuff of the day. Lexus - Art Is Motion - The Project.

More info here

Automotive ads of the day. Volkswagen: WoofWagen - Tree Guy

Advertising Agency: adam&eveDDB, London, UK
Art director: Richard Brim
Planner: Tom Sussman
Production company: Stink
Director: Ivan Zacharias
Editor: Filip Malásek
Soundtrack / Composer: Me and You / Barry Louis Polisar
Post Production: The Mill

Advertising Agency: DDB Tribal, Berlin, Germany
Chief Creative Officer: Eric Schoeffler
Executive Creative Director: Matthais Schmidt
Creative Directors: Mark IskenNils Haseborg
Art Directors: Behnaz PakraveshFelipe CuryJack Christensen
Copywriters: Christian AnhutRodrigo Linhares Da Silva
Production Co: Radical Media Berlin
Director: Greg Bray
Executive Producer: Lutz Mueller
Producer: Toni Jaschke
Cinematographer: Christian Datum
Sound / Music: Richard Blaha

Travel ad of the day. Eurostar: Maybe 'Paris'.


  • AgencyAMV BBDO, London
  • ProductionHLA films
  • Director
    Simon Ratigan

  • Creative Director
    Adrian Rossi

  • Creative Director
    Alex Grieve

  • Producer
    Mike Wells

  • Sound
    Wave Sound

  • Agency Producer
    Anita Sasdy

  • Post production
    The Mill

  • Photographer
    Matt Stuart

lunedì 28 ottobre 2013

Experience of the day. SNCF "Europe. It's Just Next Door".

More info here

Copy of the day. Miguel Cabrera | Chrysler 300 and Town & Country | Road to Greatness (Full)

Agency: Doner
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Chief Creative Officer: Rob Strasberg
Executive Creative Director: Chuck Meehan
Creative Director: Rob Legato
Copywriter: David Perea
Account Director: Craig Conrad
Brand Leaders: Kerrin Kramer, Nick Coyne
Director of Broadcast Production: Jack Nelson
Producer: Diana Eagleson
Production Company: Supply & Demand
Director: Josh Taft
Editorial: The Underground
Editor: Damien Clayton

Music video of the day. Paul McCartney - Queenie Eye (Official Video).

Music video by Paul McCartney performing Queenie Eye. (C) 2013 Copyright owned by MPL Communications Inc/Ltd under exclusive license to Concord Music Group, Inc.

domenica 27 ottobre 2013

Cute ad of the day. Crest and Oral-B - Halloween Treats Gone Wrong.

In a world without candy, things get pretty scary. These Halloween treats are making kids sick. Literally! They're trying veggie-flavored treats as an alternative to traditional Halloween candy. Sounds pretty scary if you ask us.

Here's a better idea. Dig into Halloween candy and keep your teeth cavity-free with Crest toothpastes and Oral-B toothbrushes. Plus, visit your dentist to keep away the scariest monster of them all: tooth decay. That means more candy and whiter fangs for all.

Join the conversation at #SweetHalloween and start fighting zombie teeth today with these savings:

Learn more about proper oral care at: &

Client: Crest and Oral-B
Spot: "Halloween Treats Gone Wrong"
Agency: Publicis Kaplan Thaler
Chief Creative Officer, President: Rob Feakins
Executive Creative Directors: David Corr, Tony Gomes
Creative Director, Copywriter: George Logothetis
Creative Director, Art Director: Xavier Rodon
Executive Producer: Noelle Nimrichter
Account Team: Angela Pasqualucci, Cheryl Loo, Carine Johannes, Alex Andrial, Dani Winter
Production Company: Tool of North America
Director: J.J. Adler
Editing: Fluid Editorial
Editor: John Piccolo

Ad of the day. LUX - Save your skin.


Evil is about to come! German spec commercial.


Client: LUX
Spot: "Save your skin"
Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Author: Andreas Bruns, Gunnar Heuwold
Director: Andreas Bruns
Director of Photography: Simon Drescher
Executive Producer: Andreas Bruns, Susanne Kultau
Producer: Carmen Giesing, Nathalie Kraft
Editor: Andreas Bruns, Philipp Ostermann
Compositing & Grading: HARVEST Digital Agriculture
Production Design: Cosima Vellenzer
Composer: The German Wahnsinn Team
Sounddesign: The German Wahnsinn Team
SFX: FFB Stunts

Pure Evil: Hagen Oechsel
Pure Beauty: Amo Völker

Thanks for the support:
Saubere Filme GbR
Studio Hamburg Filmtechnik
LiCam GmbH