A spot of Yuletide yearning for English singer-songwriter and entertainer Robbie Williams as he launches his The Christmas Present album with this track, 'Time For Change', and a very family-based video with his actress wife Ayda and their kids. The Williams family dogs also play a key role, and even the household's snowman is a giant snowdog. The video's taken some flak for referring to mums organising and d... Read More
Mercedes Benz makes Roger Federer the embodiment of tennis excellence through the decades, dexterously coupling his performance with their marque and taking some fun sideswipes at other tennis greats in a clever 2-minute spot. Great fun!
Ice cream shooting out of a man's jeans - hm, pretty weird!
Mini-movie from British Airways featuring a Chinese family whose daughter comes to study in England. The airline flies the parents over for a surprise visit. Some interesting insights, and the ad's useful because it ends with a link to a practical travel guide via the popular Chinese app WeChat. The aim is to alleviate anxieties over language and culture barriers.
Alarms are being raised worldwide at the increased dangers to domestic violence and abuse (DVA) victims during stay-at-home lockdowns imposed against the COVID-19 coronavirus. The lockdowns, imposed at various levels in different countries, leave the abused with nowhere to go. Romania's domestic violence charity ANAIS has created an #IsolateViolence campaign which highlights the problem by using imagery associated ... Read More
"I wouldn't want to go up there," said one of the engineers involved in pulling off this hair-raising stunt to launch four new Volvo trucks simultaneously. The man atop the 15-metre lorry stack is the president of Volvo Trucks, Roger Alm, who stoutly said he has a 'respect' for heights but then got up there and did a Kate Winslet (movie 'Titanic') with arms outspread amid what look like pretty nasty weathe... Read More
As Britain strengthened its measures against the rapidly spreading COVID-19 coronavirus and its national health service (NHS) worked at full stretch, this campaign urges people not to flout the stay-at-home guidelines which have been introduced. What do you think of the simple technique, which reverses the instantly recognised National Health Service (NHS) logo, to reinforce the message STAY HOME NOW (SHN)? It's made to share on social media.
With deaths from the COVID-19 coronavirus rising in Italy at a horrifying rate, several of the nation's mayors issued emotional rebukes to citizens flouting lockdown measures. This compilation by the newspaper The Guardian effectively captures their frustrated fury and depth of feeling as the Italian death toll rose to more than 6,000 at time of writing. The figure represented the world's leading fatality rate at more t... Read More