venerdì 20 settembre 2013

Sport ad of the day. Nike Sunar: Just Do It -- Hareket Matbaası.


Credits via

Agency: Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam
Executive Creative Director: Mark Bernath and Eric Quennoy
Creative Directors: Mike Farr and Pierre Janneau
Art Director: Jordi Luna
Copywriter: Andrew Dobbie
Head of Production: Erik Verheijen
Agency Producers: Lars Fabery, Ross Plummer
Planner: Ben Armistead
Group Account Director: Kirk Johnsen
Account Director: Kathryn Addo
Account Manager: Mandy Wald
Art Buyer: Maud Klarenbeek
Studio Artist: Malia Killings
Project Manager: Janna Harrington
Business Affairs: Barrie Williams
Production Company: HONEYBADGER
Director: James Frost
Director of Photography: Frederik Bäckar
Producer: Mark Hall
Executive Producer: Gower Frost
Local Production Company: Az Eltic
Producer: Alex Sutherland
Editing Company: The Whitehous
Editor: Charlie Harvey
Audio Post: Wave Sound Studios, Amsterdam
Sound Designer/Mixer: Alex Nichols – Lee
Artist / Title: Kid Koala ‘2 Bit Blues (remix)’
Music Company: Ninja Tune
Publisher: Just Isn’t Music
Composer: Erik Yick Keung San/Danniel Cousins
Flame: Kyle Obley
Telecine: Scott Harris
Producer: Jane Bakx


Photographer: Erik Ian
Retoucher: Dario Fusnecher


Production Company: El Turco Digital
Director: Tunc Topcuoglu
Camera: Cenkay Kılıç
Camera: Kıvanç İnce

Animation of the day. Coin from EXIT 73 studios.

Coin from EXIT 73 studios on Vimeo.
Donovan Murdock loves his Coin, when stolen from him, he will stop at nothing in this rock 'em sock 'em beat 'em up! Take a nostalgic journey with Donovan as he travels through yesterdays most memorable video games!

Celebration of the day. Adobe - The New Creatives.

"Art Directors are becoming animators. Print designers are becoming web designers. Illustrators are also photographers, who are editors who also shoot film. These are the New Creatives, and Adobe is celebrating their work with a new campaign that makes them the face of our marketing—both literally and figuratively.

Check out the video and the New Creatives who joined us in making it.

Soon, we'll have new ways of bringing greater exposure to New Creatives all over the world—perhaps one of them will be you."

Client: Adobe
Spot: "I Am the New Creative"
Campaign: "The New Creatives"
Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Co-Chairman, Creative Director: Rich Silverstein
Associate Creative Director: Will Elliott
Senior Art Director: Patrick Knowlton
Art Director: Sam Luchini
Copywriter: Roger Baran

Director of Broadcast Production: Cindy Fluitt
Executive Producer: Cat Reynolds
Director of Graphic Services: Jim King

Associate Director, Account Management: Todd Grantham
Account Director: Joel Giullian
Account Manager: Varoon "V.J." Jain
Assistant Account Manager: Laura Black

Group Brand Strategy Director: John Thorpe
Brand Strategy Director: Brendan Robertson
Group Communication Strategy Director: Dong Kim
Senior Communication Strategist: Nicole Richards

Production Company: eLevel Films
Director: Brady Baltezore
Executive Producers: P.J. Koll, James Horner
Producer: Chris Whitney
Director of Photography: Juli Lopez
Stills Camera: Claude Shade

Postproduction: eLevel
Post Producer: Katharine O'Hara
Visual Effects Supervisor: Nathan Shipley
Animation: Jessica Gibson
Editor: Erik Johnson
Assistant Editor: Quinn Moticka

Event of the day. Advertising Week X.

Advertising Week X from Mekanism on Vimeo.
Advertising Week is the world’s premier annual gathering of marketing and communications leaders. 
September 23 – September 27, 2013 /

Parody of the day. Chipotle - Honest Scarecrow.


giovedì 19 settembre 2013

Animations of the day. Inside Chanel.

More info at
You can find the site of the project here.
The story of a young orphan who reinvented herself and became Coco Chanel. In Chapter 5 of Inside CHANEL, discover Coco Chanel's humble beginnings, from her birth in 1883 to meeting the love of her life Boy Capel. This new film unveils the woman behind the legend, who in a stroke of genius transformed the female silhouette. Coco Chanel closed one era and launched a new century of fashion.
Chapter 6 "Mademoiselle":

Coco becomes Mademoiselle. In Chapter 6 of Inside CHANEL, discover Mademoiselle's journey from a young girl to an acclaimed couturière. Her passions, her successes, her sorrows. The birth of Chanel N°5, costume jewelry, and the little black dress. But at the height of her glory, Mademoiselle was far from having said her last word.

A woman becomes a legend. In Chapter 7 of Inside CHANEL, Gabrielle Chanel makes a triumphant return and impresses her style upon the world. Nearly half a century after her death, the style of CHANEL endures thanks to the genius of Karl Lagerfeld, who never ceases to cultivate, to reinvent, and to exalt its legacy.

Michel Gondry directs Gillette Training Tracks: Built For Training | Gillette Deodorant.

Watch top athletes create music while working out. 

Gillette Clear Gel
Stay confident with the #1 Men's Clear Gel anti-perspirant/deodorants. Gillette Clear Gels provide all day protection from wetness and odor. The triple protection formulas contain active odor blockers, a transparent dry shield, and all-day scent technology that goes on clear and lasts all day. No other men's clear gel is stronger.

Agency: BBDO New York
Client: Gillette
Title: “Training Tracks”
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Executive Creative Director: Toygar Bazarkaya
ACD/Art Director: Jake Shaw
ACD/Copywriter: Brian Wiesenthal
Executive Producer: Brian Mitchell
Music Producer: Loren Parkins
Producer: Cordelia Kipp
Account Director: Ben Griffiths
Account Executive: Alfredo Lang
Production Company: Partizan
Director: Michel Gondry
Executive Producer: Sheila Stepanek
Producer:   Grace Bodie
Post House: Final Cut NY
Editor: Adam Rudd
Sound Design Company: Henryboy
Sound Designer: Bill Chesley
Producer: Kate Gibson
Composers and Arrangers: Phil Mossman & Liv Spencer

Funny ad of the day. PMU: French Betting AD Mocks JFK Assassination.

  • AgencyPublicis Conseil, Paris
  • ProductionCaviar Content
  • CountryFrance
  • Uploaded10 September, 2013
  • Director
    Jake Szymanski
  • Chief Creative Officer
    Olivier Altmann
  • Creative Director
    Olivier Altmann
  • Art Director
    Jean-Marc Tramoni
  • Copywriter
    Marc Rosier
  • Account Director
    Cesar Croze
  • Sound
    Boris Jeanne (WAM)
  • Client Team Director
    Cyrille Giraudat
  • Client Team Director
    Pascal Drai
  • Client Team Director
    Christel Mulet-Querner
  • Client Team Director
    Pierre Vinogradoff
  • Client Team Director
    Martin Terrier
  • Agency Producer
    Pierre Marcus (WAM)
  • Agency Producer
    Guillaume Delmas (WAM)
  • Agency Producer
    Timothé rosenberg
  • Account team
    Sebastien Hamburger
  • Account team
    Anne-Celine Bloch
  • Account manager
    Vincent Larnaudie
  • Other credits
  • Strategic planning : Christel Engelvin
    Production company : Caviar
    Producer : Alexandra Sieger
    Post-production (WAM) : Lauriane Coulon
    Post-Production (SEQUENCIS): Thierry Delesalle

Business Affairs (WAM): Carlos Serrano, Catherine Oger, Elise Nguyen
PR Managers : Emilie Seid (Publicis Conseil), Paolo Antonio (PMU)

Music video of the day. Mike Mago - The Show (official music videoclip).

Mike Mago - The Show (official music videoclip) from Alexa MJ on Vimeo.
Director : Clemens Habicht
Production : 75
Producer : Sarah Boardman
Label : Ministry of Sound
VFX : PE Joubert

Sexy ad of the day. Agent Provocateur: Control Yourself.

Strap in and buckle up: sometimes the only way to get a handle on things is to control yourself. Melissa George, Chloe Hayward and Elettra Wiedermann take control of their own destinies in the Agent Provocateur Autumn Winter 2013 campaign. 

Inspired by the powerful femininity in George Michael's Too Funky video, the three women are at the centre of a frenzied chaos backstage as a catwalk show is about to commence. Pushed, pulled, trussed up and put down, the three realise that true control ultimately belongs to them. 

Discover the Autumn Winter 2013 collection here:

Advertising Agency: Agent Provocateur
Production Company: Black Label
Director: John Cameron-Mitchell
Editorial: Whitehouse Post
Producer: Leanne Adams
Editor: Gareth McEwen

martedì 17 settembre 2013

Automotive ad of the day. Volkswagen Feeling Carefree.

Client: Volkswagen of America
Interim Chief Marketing Officer: Wayne Brannon
VP, Marketing: Kevin Mayer
GM, Marketing Communications: Justin Osborne
Advertising Manager: Jeff Sayen
Advertising Specialist: Chanel Arola
Spot: "Feeling Carefree"
Agency: Deutsch, Los Angeles
Executive Creative Director: Michael Kadin
Group Creative Director: Matt Ian
Creative Director: Mark Peters
Associate Creative Director: Ryan Scott
Director of Integrated Production: Vic Palumbo
Director of Content Production: Victoria Guenier
Executive Integrated Producer: Jim Haight
Production Company: O Positive
Director: David Shane
Executive Producer: Marc Grill
Line Producer: Ken Licata
Editorial Company:
Union Editorial
Editor: Jim Haygood
Assistant Editor: Dylan Firshein
Executive Producer: Michael Raimondi
Producer: Joe Ross
Post Facility: Company 3
Colorist: Beau Leon
Animation/Visual Effects Company: Passion Pictures
Head of Production: Anna Lord
Executive Producer: Alex Webster
Producer: Matt Saxton
Director: John Roberston
Music/Composer: "Take On Me"
Performed by a-ha
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. & Sony/ATV Music Publishing
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Commercial Licensing & Sony/ATV Commercial Music Group
Audio Post: Lime
Mixer: Mark Meyuhas
Assistant: Matt Miller
Producer: Jessica Locke
Additional Deutsch Credits:
Chief Executive Officer: Mike Sheldon
Account Management Credits:
Group Account Director: Tom Else
Account Director: Monica Jungbeck
Account Supervisor: Alex Gross
Account Executive: Tara Poosti
Assistant Account Executive: Mary Cherwien
Product Specialist: Eddie Chae
Account Planners:
Chief Strategic Officer: Jeffrey Blish
Group Planning Director: Susie Lyons
Director of Integrated Business Affairs: Abilino Guillermo
Group Director Integrated Business Affairs: Gabriela Farias
Director or Broadcast Traffic: Carie Bonillo
Broadcast Traffic Manager: Courtney Tylka

Poetic video of the day. NYC Ballet Presents NEW BEGINNINGS.

New York City Ballet presents NEW BEGINNINGS on September 12, 2013. Filmed at sunrise on the 57th floor of 4WTC in lower Manhattan, this short film captures an extraordinary and moving performance of Christopher Wheeldon's After the Rain. It is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, and a tribute to the future of the city that New York City Ballet calls home. #newbeginnings

Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Part
with kind permission of Universal Edition AG Vienna
Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. 

After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon

Maria Kowroski
Ask la Cour

Directed by Davi Russo
Edited by Tim Zeigler
Produced by Radical Media
Executive Produced by Gregg Carlesimo
Executive Produced by Maya Brewster
Produced by Logan Luchsinger

Developed in collaboration with DDB New York
© 2013 New York City Ballet, Inc. 

New York City Ballet on September 11, 2001
On September 11, 2001, the New York City Ballet was on a European tour that had taken the company from Edinburgh, Scotland to Athens, Greece and finally to Parma, Italy, where the company was scheduled to perform as part of the Verdi Festival at the Teatro Reggio that evening. As news of the events unfolding at home in New York began to make its way to the dancers of the New York City Ballet, the sense of fear and loss became more and more overwhelming, and Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins ultimately decided to cancel the evening's performance. 

By curtain time, the sold-out audience had arrived at the Teatro Reggio, and stood in silence and mourned with the Company and the rest of the world. Martins addressed the audience from the stage, saying "We came here to dance, it is what we do, but our hearts are breaking and it is simply not possible for us to perform this evening. But we will be back tomorrow, and we will be honored to perform for all of you then."

NYCB did perform at the Teatro Reggio the following evening, September 12th, 2001, and 12 years to the day after, New York City Ballet offers NEW BEGINNINGS, which features an international team of collaborators, including director Davi Russo who was born and raised in New York City, British choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, American dancer Maria Kowroski, Danish dancer Ask la Cour, and a ballet set to a score by the Estonian composer Arvo Part, which provides a moving backdrop to a film of profound and powerful beauty.

Digital stuff of the day. Virgin Mobile - Blinkwashing.

Visit the site here.


Social ad of the day. St John Ambulance - Save the boy.

St John Ambulance has thousands of volunteers, yet it's impossible for them to be there all the time. This film shows why it's vitally important that everyone learns first aid. You can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.

To see how to save the boy in this film, visit:


Learn first aid and you can be the difference between life and death.

Agency: BBH, London
Creative Team: Rob Ellis & Alex Ball
Creative Director: Matt Doman & Ian Heartfield
TV Producer: Natalie Parish
Interactive Producer: Kate Sutherland
Strategic Business Lead: Ann-Marie Costelloe
Strategist: Carl Mueller
Team Manager: Lauren Blunden
Production Company: Blink
Director: Dougal Wilson
Executive Producer: James Studholme
Producer: Ewen Brown
DoP: Lasse Frank
Post Production: MPC
VFX Producer: Josh King
VFX Supervisors: Tom Harding and Adam Crocker
Colorists: Jean-Clement Soret and James Tillett
Editor/Editing House: Joe Guest / Paul Moth @ Final Cut
Sound: Factory
Sound Engineer: Sam Robson

lunedì 16 settembre 2013

Kennedy+Castro's new website. Please vote for us.

Vote for it on THE FWA, thank you.

Concept: Kennedy+Castro
Creative Director: Federico Russo
Copywriter: Federico Russo
Art Director Supervisor: Luca Andriani
Art Director Junior: Enrico Motti, Edoardo Macchietti
3D artist: Giancarlo Lari
Digital Agency:

Emotional ad of the day. ทรูมูฟ เอช " การให้ คือการสื่อสารที่ดีที่สุด " TrueMove H: Giving.


Funny ad of the day. Girls Don't Poop -

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With a bottle of Poo~Pourri in your handbag, what you do in the bathroom is nobody's business but yours! Poo~Pourri's aromatherapy magic replaces embarrassment with confidence in any bathroom situation. There'll be no aerosol cover-up for you! You (and everyone around you) can breathe easy with Poo~Pourri.

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With Poo~Pourri, husbands, wives, coworkers, roommates -- even kids -- can do their business while smelling like a rose... or lemongrass or jasmine or... well, we have over 20 scents. So take your pick! Click SHOP at the top of the page to see all the wonderful products Poo-Pourri has to offer.

This video was shot without green screens on location. We used a 5D Mark 3 shooting RAW. Bethany was on the toilet for two solid days of shooting! She is truly the world's toilet queen. Yes, those cows were licking her.

The Harmon Brothers left Orabrush to team up with PooPourri on August 15th 2013. In three weeks the team wrote, produced, filmed, edited, tested and released this video. In that same time, we rebranded, and rebuilt the new website. We just want to give a HUGE shoutout to the team and all their long hours to help pull this off!

For press inquiries email

Directed by Joel Ackerman
Written by Joel Ackerman
Additional writing by Daniel Harmon
Additional writing by Jeffrey Harmon
Producer: Tess Kelly
Director of Photography: Tel Stewart
PooPourri Girl: Bethany Woodruff
Boyfriend: Jordan Hunter
Editor: Tel Stewart
Artwork: Daniel Harmon and Nicole Story
Animation: Tel Stewart
Dress Created by: Nicole Story (amazing PooPourri employee!)
Makeup and hair by Michelle Miles:
Gaffers: Tyler Stevens and Kelsie Moore
Set Construction: Jonas Sappington and Dallin Blankenship

This advertisement was created for PooPourri by the Harmon Brothers. After taking and to market using just YouTube, Neal and Jeffrey decided to partner with Suzy Batiz to launch the next big YouTube brand.
Neal Harmon:
Jeffrey Harmon: