Creative iPad ad

Clever ad by Y&R in Rome that makes me think of Aiden’s (8) frequent tinkering with our iPad. There are enough fingerprints there to start an FBI investigation. Or something.

Copy: “Follow us on your iPad.”

Creative credits:
Advertising Agency: Y&R, Rome, Italy
Executive Creative Director: Vicky Gitto
Chief Creative Director: Alessandro Canale
Art Director: Jessica Nardone
Copywriter: Gabriele Di Donato
Account Director: Pierluigi Scozzi
Client Creative Director: Mariano Lombardi

Source: Adsoftheworld.com

Unimpressive Snickers Print Ad

I know what they’re trying to do here, “Don’t get low on sugar, have a snack, be happy.”, but I just don’t like execution here. It feels dull and uninspired. Copy and concept is good though: “You’re not you when you’re hungry”. I sure know how that feels!

Taken from Ads of the World

Credits:

Advertising Agency: BBDO, New York, USA
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Senior Creative Directors: Gianfranco Arena, Peter Kain
Art Director: David Diliberto
Copywriter: Tommy Troncoso
Illustrator: Morning Breath
Art Buyer: Cindy Pardy
Published: May 2012

Crystal Clear Cillit Bang Print Ad

This is a good advertising! One, clear, simple and great idea and excellent execution. Nothing to add, like the ad.

Credits:

Advertising agency: Euro RSCG, Israel
Chief Creative Officer: Ben Sever
Executive creative director: Ben Sever
Art Director: Ale Feldman
Copywriter: Oded Nadir
Agency Producer: Dana Caro
Head of Account management: Maya Cohen
Account Executive: Yael Eichenwald
Planner Director: Uri Oren
Planner: Pnina Wiessman

Ads: A Brand New Movie Theater

It’s hard to dislike this simple idea. After all, people like kids and movies, so dressing up a kid as famous movie characters can’t fail right?

If you’re curious about why the copy reads: A brand new movie theater, now on the 3rd floor, it’s because Praia de Belas is a big shopping mall in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Credits:

Advertising AgencyGlobalcomm, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Creative DirectorLuis Giudice
Art Director: Fernando Quines
Copywriter: Keigiro Ueno
Photographer: Marcelo Nunes
Additional credits: Bandits Graphic
Published: May 2012

I found this on Ads of the World,

Smudgy Nu-Way Weiners Ads

 

I understand the idea behind these, it’s the heritage of a brand taken through history and into the future; meaning that people enjoy chili now the way they always have…

…but I still can’t get rid of the feeling that it looks like they’re eating shit.

(And that’s why I cannot see how the Nu-way client accepted a No-way concept.)

Taken from Ads of the world

Credits

Advertising Agency: Brunner, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Jay Giesen, Rob Schapiro
Executive Creative Director: Brett Compton
Copywriter: Brett Compton
Producer: Jeff Wiggins
Associate CD / Art Director: Scot Crooker
Account team: Frank Compton

More movies, more emotions?

I kind of like this campaign. It gets the idea across in a funny way. Judging by its low score on Adsoftheworld I might be alone in thinking this. What do you think? Don’t hesitate to comment below!

The tagline is More movies, more emotions and the company is UGC.

Credits:
Advertising Agency: TBWA, Paris, France
Director: Emma Luchini
Executive Creative Directors: Philippe Simonet, Eric Holden, Remi Noel
Art Director: Philippe Taroux
Copywriter: Benoit Leroux
Producer: Maxime Boiron
DoP: Laurent Tanguy
Sound Design: Benoit Dunaigre
Agency Producer: EMMA
Agency Producer: Virginie Chalard
Editing Company: Reepost
Post production: Coralie Duarte / Reepost
Editor: Benjamin Favreul
Published: May 2012

Clever BBQ

Another gem from adsoftheworld.com Love the vintage style of the ad, really nice artwork and the copy is straight to the point.

Details:
Advertising Agency: Proximity DDB, Canada
Creative Directors: Todd Mackie, Denise Rossetto
Art Director: Pete Ross
Copywriter: Allan Topol
Illustrator: Christoph Mueller