el Jimador Tequila: The collaboration

Creative agency Brave brought together four creators, who embraced the spirit of the unknown to produce one incredible event together in the derelict Michigan Theatre in Detroit. There’s dancing space monkeys, 30ft fire-breathing dragons and Tequila… what else do you need?

Credits

Client: El Jimador, Production: Unit9, Agency: Brave

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Mercedes: 3.8 seconds

Following on from Honda – Keep up Ad which introduces Honda’s new range of products and continuing innovations all whilst challenging the viewer to push themselves to improve, a philosophy Honda has embraced since the birth of the company, Mercedes AMG have jumped on the bandwagon with this rather fast four part Ad introducing the new Mercedes AMG GTS

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Via Ads Of The World

Halifax’s Horrifying Date-Night Ad…

Halifax’s Horrifying Date-Night Ad Will Make You Not Want to Date for a While…

The downtown business commission in Halifax, Nova Scotia, created this video to get you to buy one of its date-night packages. But it might force you to give up dating altogether.

The concept is actually based on this viral video from 2009, featuring a montage of 1980’s VideoMate dating profiles that was truly full of nerfherders. Halifax’s collection of clueless Romeos and one singular Juliet is likewise sure to bring the Internet to the schadenfreude party as quickly as the original did.

Funny or what?

Via Adweek

 

An Inspiring, Empowering TV Ad for Girls By Lego

This 60-second spot below from Union Made Creative and director Brigg Bloomquist—shows a lovely meditation on moms and daughters and the independence that both inspires and is reinforced by imaginative play.

“I don’t always want you to help me,” a girl says in voiceover, seemingly addressing her mom. “Do you know why? I want to figure it out on my own. Even when it doesn’t turn out the way I want, I know it’s not wrong. Because you taught me how to think. And how to dream. I’m about to make something that I know will make you proud.”

The ad nicely flatters parents—suggesting Lego is the choice of smart, creative kids who’ve been brought up well.

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