The assignment was to make the ingredients the hero, and the creative team took that very literally. Not only is it a super cool website that is perfectly targeted to the Taco Bell audience, but there’s also a great user experience where you can friend Captain Enchilada Sauce on Facebook, follow Commander Seasoned Beef on Twitter, browse Incredibean’s beach vacation photos on Flickr and even flirt with Super Reduced Fat Sour Cream on J Date.
Watch as they transform busy office buildings in Singapore from a symbol of work, into a symbol of Joy.
This alien field trip was an out-of-this-world experience from "Oscar Mayer Luchables" for these lucky fifth graders from Los Angeles. All kids should have the chance to explore alien worlds, exotic animals, and all sorts of other cool educational experiences. They are sending 50 deserving classrooms on field trips that they will never forget.
Seems Google Chrome has started a trend, because now Opera wants to prove it's even better then Chrome.
Kia Motors brings back cute hamsters by introducing new commercial for the 2010 Kia Soul crossover. The brand-new Kia Soul commercial is called "This or That" and is a follow up of the initial Kia Soul advertising campaign. The award-winning Kia Soul commercial was created by Kia's U.S. advertising agency David & Goliath.
Sony has launched a film to showcase its 3D products. And as we might know, they are known for making controversial ads, so keep in mind, what you see, is not what you get.
This 2 minute global film was shot by multi-award winning director Adam Berg over four weeks in Brazil, France, London and India. Every location is real and they remain transformed by a palette consisting of 120 different colours. The people in the film are not actors, they are real people who rolled up their sleeves to transform their community with colour.
Blur, the latest racing game from the team behind the Xbox's Project Gotham series, has copped a little flak for being like Mario Kart, only with real cars. Instead of deflecting that argument, this ad just runs with it. Sure, it does nothing to make me any more interested in picking up the game, but it does have me more interested in seeing more ads taking the piss out of other games.
O2's new TV ad by VCCP accuses rivals of offering a poor service and making misleading claims. The ad shows a series of odd looking animated characters to illustrate problems with broadband companies.
O2 aims to persuade the public that consumers who sign up to its service will avoid the problems represented by the characters, which include No Support-a-Saurus and Mystery-Speed Mook. The activity will involve TV, posters, press ads and online.
The TV ad will be followed by a video-on-demand push aiming to demonstrate to those watching online TV that O2 Broadband can offer more than their current supplier.
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With the power of kinetic energy, Honda demonstrates this nifty commercial how the Accord works.