This spec print campaign for Tennessee-based Harrison's Bird Food comes courtesy of CEU Universidad Cardenal Herrera student Arturo Català. Since he did all the photoshopping and retouching, I'm assuming Arturo's an art director.Commercials:
Lejebolig is an apartment search firm. They know that people in Denmark are forgetting to use their common sense when finding a place to live. Apparently there are a lot of fake landlords in Denmark. People are getting scammed.Country:
The technology is there for a self-driving car. It's just that, we're not ready for it. That's why there's Centraal Beheer insurance. Very funny stuff. The CG needed a bit of work by the time we get to the traffic cop but still. This spot was cast well, too.Country:
Please don't watch this video more than once, or you will want to gouge your eyes out. Because despite the stupid hipsterish loud VO screeching, this is nothing more than a comparison ad for gas station beef jerky.Country:
After a decade of owning the internet, Slim Jim tries to portray cats as "uncool."
You know what's uncool? A VO that shouts about "meat sticks," while headless people dressed in pastel, dance against a blue wall. That's uncool.Country:
Sexist meets gross meets stupid. Congrats, Slim Jim. You have reached a whole new level of dumb.Country:
Sorry, ad agency, desperately trying to connect with hipster crowd. "Meat Sticks," is a disgusting phrase. Your repetitive use of the word does not help, nor does a gratuitous appearance of a goat. And then using the phrase "goat sticks," on top of it, no less.Country:
Everyone deserves a Dion Wired life. Even birds.Country:
This ad for Dell features one fictional character Marty Goldberg, filmmaker who practices the Goldberg method of making five second films and living in five second increments.Country:
If you're a fan of street art and/or a Miami resident, you are no doubt familiar with AholSNiffsGlue's work.
And if you're a greedy apparel company named American Eagle Outfitters, you're also familiar with his work, too. According to the Miami New Times:
Fracking is hotly debated in Colorado right now, and on one side of the issue the Environmental Policy Alliance wants people to seethe anti-fracking crowd as cheese-obsessed nutters with an unhealthy relationship to their sock puppets*.Country:
You've seen the images floating around the web, the one with distinctive Detroit background, a wedding party dressed up to the nines, and a gang of rappers dressed down to the nines posing together.Country:
The Radio 538 ad campaign that nods to porn has caused such upset in some areas of the Netherlands that INDIE Amsterdam has changed their front page to make it abundantly clear they had nothing to do with this ad campaign. Roughly translated their statement reads:Adland: