• Twitter
  • Facebook

glossy

Archive April, 2008

Philips – Matthew is pretty & hairy

Posted April 29, 2008

Philips - Matthew is pretty & hairy

DDB London and Fredrik Bond bring us Matthew, a twist to the traditional macho shaving commercial. I think its great. Scooped from Boards.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Your very own creative director doll

Posted April 29, 2008

Your very own creative director doll

May 8th is IHAVEANIDEA‘s 9th annual Portfolio Night. 180/LA ECD William Gelner has promised to hire someone at his agency’s event. Kudos to the team at DDB Toronto for for creating the Bob Doll spot to promote this global event. Full credits are here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

NOLAF

Posted April 29, 2008

NOLAF

Great new site for Tostitos via Element 79, Chicago and Mekanism, San Francisco (directed by Tommy Means). So funny. I’ve actually been on three times now and that’s amazing with my limited attention span. The first time I was on, I saw a funny moon boot bit…refresh the intro until you see it.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Goodby wins at New York Festivals

Posted April 28, 2008

Goodby wins at New York Festivals

Last week Goodby, Silverstein & Partners picked up the top prize at New York Festivals for GetTheGlass.com for Milk. The site features the fantastical story of the Adachis, a family suffering from ailments related to their lack of Milk. On the site, viewers play a board game where they help the Adachi family get a glass of highly-secured Milk. If you make it all they way to the end, Milk sends you an actual “get the glass” glass. Full credits are here. See all the New York Festivals winners here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Dude! You’re in the New York Times!

Posted April 28, 2008

Dude! You're in the New York Times!

There’s was a great article on the Bud Light “Dude” campaign in yesterday’s New York Times. It tells the story of how the entire campaign originated from a short film created by Clay Weiner (repped by Biscuit) and Kenny Herzog. Read the full story here. See the most recent Dude Vegas (dir cut) here and the previous two Dude spots here and here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Hot Snack Radio

Posted April 28, 2008

Hot Snack Radio

Here is the first of ten webisodes for Hot Snack Radio, an original comedy series for Showcase.ca. The series, created and directed by Matthew Eastman and produced by Toronto production company Sons & Daughters, is set in a wacky enclave of would-be Internet entrepreneurs who struggle with challenges of operating a bush league Internet radio station. Read the full overview here. Watch the first episode here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

TMC Lights

Posted April 25, 2008

TMC Lights

Yesterday afternoon I attended the Boards Creative Workshop in Toronto (Alex Bogusky was the keynote speaker – amazing) and I really enjoyed learning more about Jakob Trollb

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Bee Boy

Posted April 25, 2008

Bee Boy

Here’s the latest from Ogilvy Toronto and Tim Piper — that guy who won a few awards for that Dove Evolution spot (directed by Piper and Yael Staav). The creepy Bee Boy is a bit of a departure from the work I’ve seen from Piper before and also a new direction for the brand too. Full credits and a comment from Piper are here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Death of a honeybee

Posted April 23, 2008

Death of a honeybee

Here’s the latest from Psyop for Häagen-Daz via Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. Opera (the file is big so it will take a bit to load) was created to bring awareness to the plight of the honeybee. Bees pollinate one-third of the food we eat, but recently they¹ve been disappearing, leaving behind empty hives. More info is at HelpTheHoneybees.com. You can also view the spot on YouTube. Full credits are here.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

Dude goes to Vegas

Posted April 23, 2008

Dude goes to Vegas

Dude Vegas is the the third Bud Light spot in the Dude series (see the original here and the second here). All three have been directed by Biscuit’s Clay Weiner via DDB, Chicago. Full credits are here. Enjoy.

Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to Twitter

keep looking »
Site by Lollypop