Sunday, 19 April 2009

Philips Carousel - Making Of Philips Carousel

Created for Tribal DDB, Amsterdam, Stink Digital and Director Adam Berg deliver this interactive campaign for Philips new CINEMA 21:9 TV. The cinematic proportions of the display became the theme of this piece. Adam responded with an idea for an epic frozen moment cops and robbers shootout sequence.

This 2:19 film runs as an endless loop, allowing viewers to control their moves through the scene. The film also contains embedded hotspots, which, when triggered, give us a behind-the-scenes look at some of the shots.

Yes, this film does share some creative similarities with pieces weve posted in the past. However, it is the mode of distribution thats really got me excited as the frequency of these types of projects are increasing.

As many feared the death of the traditional spot, others embraced the webs potential to distribute longer form content. Not only longer form, but branded stories where directors and production companies had more of a front seat role. Adam had the opportunity to make a short-film which is quite far removed from the brand who funded it — and promotes them better than any product or tech-centric spot. This is an exciting time for story-tellers of all mediums.

Tribal DDB, Amsterdam
Global Creative Director: Neil Dawson
CD: Chris Baylis
Senior Project Manager: John Reardon
Producer: Jeroen Jedeloo, Iwona Echt
Art Director: Mariota Essery, Andrew Ferguson
Copywriter: Carla Madden, Chris Baylis
Account Planner: Sean Chambers
Technical Lead: Jan Willem Penterman

Production Company: Stink Digital
Executive Producer: Mark Pytlik, Daniel Bergmann, Stephen Brierley
Producer: Simon Eakhurst, Stephen Brierley
Director: Adam Berg
DoP: Fredrik Backar

Service Facilities: Stillking, Prague
Stillking Line Producer: Zuzana de Pagter
1st AD: Jiri Ostry
Production Designer: Petr Kunc
Czech Production Manager : Jiri Kotlas
Stunt Co-Ordinator: Lada Lahoda @ Filmca

Editor: Paul Hardcastle @ Trim
VFX: Redrum, Stockholm
Post Production Supervisor: Richard Lyons
Music & Sound Design: Michael Fakesch
Additional Sound Design: Tim Davis
Colorist: Jean-Clement Soret @ MPC London
UK Production Manager: Jemma Daniel

Production Company: Stink Digital
Executive Producer: Mark Pytlik
Project Manager: Christophe Taddei
Lead Developer: Ian McGregor
Key Developers: Vincent Roman, Jamie Copeland, Matt Sweetman
Additional Development: Pierre L. Thiebaut
Design: Eric Chia
Title Sequence & Trailer: Maximiliano Chanan, Odin Church

Philips Carousel - a short film from Adam Berg and Stink Digital

Philips Carousel - a short film from Adam Berg and Stink Digital

Red carpet roll-out for Cinema 21:9 interactive website

Amsterdam, April 16, 2009 /PRNewswire/ — Philips announces the launch of the exclusive 'Carousel' movie to promote the eagerly anticipated Cinema 21:9 LCD TV.

To celebrate the imminent arrival of the groundbreaking Cinema 21:9 LCD TV, Philips has launched a new website which will act as the dedicated online home of the world's first cinema proportioned television screen.

Found on-line at, the site is host to an exclusive fully interactive movie, entitled Carousel, directed by Adam Berg with music provided from Michael Fakesch. The 2 minute 19 second cinematic feature is filmed in one continuous tracking shot and offers an exploration into the world of movies being made for the cinema screen through the eyes of the director and the special effects and lighting experts. During playback of the movie, users have interactive touch points in which they can access additional content and feature demonstrations.

John Olsen, VP Marketing Television, Philips Consumer Lifestyle: 'Cinema 21:9 is a world first which we are extremely excited about. It gives viewers for the first time the opportunity to enjoy the immersive experience they get when watching movies at the cinema in the comfort of their own home. And this unique TV now has an amazing on-line showcase, which is packed with interactive content that users will find captivating and educational.'

Until now this Cinematic Viewing Experience has been extremely difficult to replicate at home. With its unique 21:9 aspect ratio, the Cinema 21:9 completely fills our peripheral vision, enveloping us so completely in the action that we actively 'feel' along with the characters in front of us. Cinema 21:9 boasts a 56" screen that is shaped in the 21:9 aspect ratio, so movies in the 2.39:1 format completely fill the screen exactly as you experience at the cinema. The TV delivers impeccable high definition picture quality in a native 2560x1080p resolution.

Cinema 21:9 builds on this heritage and uses all of Philips expertise in picture quality, incorporating the most advanced processing technologies available, including:

Perfect Pixel HD Engine for unrivalled picture detail
200Hz Clear LCD for smear-free pictures, a super-fast 1ms response rate and deep black levels delivering a contrast ratio of 80,000:1
Perfect Natural Motion for judder free moving images
Three-sided Ambilight Surround that combines with class-leading picture performance to deliver the ultimate immersive viewing experience. Ambilight projects ambient LED lighting from the top and sides of the TV that absorbs the viewer into the picture and expands the content beyond the confines of the screen. The color and intensity accurately change to match the on-screen action and lock your vision on the screen to immerse you further in the movie.
Cinema 21:9 launches in April in France, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Russia. Availability in other European countries will follow during Spring 2009.

SUSAN BOYLE - "I DREAMED A DREAM" [ Full HQ Version ] Britain's Got Talent 2009


Britains Got Talent 11/04/09 - SUSAN BOYLE sings "I DREAMED A DREAM" [ HQ ]

The most stand out audition of the show was that of 47 year old Susan Boyle.

Susan first appeared with Ant and Dec declaring that she is a single woman who lives with her cat. Not only has she never been married but she also admitted that she had never even been kissed.

Susan looked like your typical batty old aunt, gold dress and all and when she walked on to stage you could just feel the scorn of the audience. Simon Cowell didnt look too hopeful when Susan said she wanted to be a professional singer like Elaine Paige and when she said she would be singing I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables.

But then Susan sang and the amazement of the crowd was clear. It was the type of audition that makes the hair stand up on the back of your neck and the tears well in your eyes,

it certainly had that effect on Amanda Holden. Piers Morgan called the performance stunning and Simon told Susan she was a little tiger. She seemed a bit baffled by the description.

Britain's Got Talent 2009 kicked off on April 11 and there will be seven audition shows on consecutive Saturdays before a week of nightly shows so fans can pick two finalists who will battle it out on May 30 2009.

Wednesday, 28 January 2009

Renault Ballet : Behind The Scenes Making of Movie

In the making-of, behind-the-scenes material and interviews demonstrate how and why the TVC "Ballet" was produced. Featuring the shooting of the real crashes in South Africa and the recording of the music.

Renault, crash-test in trecut si prezent

Monday, 26 January 2009

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2009

Performance by an actor in a leading role
Richard Jenkins in "The Visitor" (Overture Films)
Frank Langella in "Frost/Nixon" (Universal)
Sean Penn in "Milk" (Focus Features)
Brad Pitt in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.)
Mickey Rourke in "The Wrestler" (Fox Searchlight)
Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Josh Brolin in "Milk" (Focus Features)
Robert Downey Jr. in "Tropic Thunder" (DreamWorks, Distributed by DreamWorks/Paramount)
Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Doubt" (Miramax)
Heath Ledger in "The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.)
Michael Shannon in "Revolutionary Road" (DreamWorks, Distributed by Paramount Vantage)
Performance by an actress in a leading role
Anne Hathaway in "Rachel Getting Married" (Sony Pictures Classics)
Angelina Jolie in "Changeling" (Universal)
Melissa Leo in "Frozen River" (Sony Pictures Classics)
Meryl Streep in "Doubt" (Miramax)
Kate Winslet in "The Reader" (The Weinstein Company)
Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Amy Adams in "Doubt" (Miramax)
Penélope Cruz in "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" (The Weinstein Company)
Viola Davis in "Doubt" (Miramax)
Taraji P. Henson in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.)
Marisa Tomei in "The Wrestler" (Fox Searchlight)
Best animated feature film of the year
"Bolt" (Walt Disney) Chris Williams and Byron Howard

"Kung Fu Panda" (DreamWorks Animation, Distributed by Paramount) John Stevenson and Mark Osborne

"WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Andrew Stanton

Achievement in art direction
"Changeling" (Universal) Art Direction: James J. Murakami
Set Decoration: Gary Fettis

"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Art Direction: Donald Graham Burt
Set Decoration: Victor J. Zolfo

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Art Direction: Nathan Crowley
Set Decoration: Peter Lando

"The Duchess" (Paramount Vantage, Pathé and BBC Films) Art Direction: Michael Carlin
Set Decoration: Rebecca Alleway

"Revolutionary Road" (DreamWorks, Distributed by Paramount Vantage) Art Direction: Kristi Zea
Set Decoration: Debra Schutt

Achievement in cinematography
"Changeling" (Universal) Tom Stern

"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Claudio Miranda

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Wally Pfister

"The Reader" (The Weinstein Company) Chris Menges and Roger Deakins

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Anthony Dod Mantle

Achievement in costume design
"Australia" (20th Century Fox) Catherine Martin

"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Jacqueline West

"The Duchess" (Paramount Vantage, Pathé and BBC Films) Michael O'Connor

"Milk" (Focus Features) Danny Glicker

"Revolutionary Road" (DreamWorks, Distributed by Paramount Vantage) Albert Wolsky

Achievement in directing
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) David Fincher

"Frost/Nixon" (Universal) Ron Howard

"Milk" (Focus Features) Gus Van Sant

"The Reader" (The Weinstein Company) Stephen Daldry

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Danny Boyle

Best documentary feature
"The Betrayal (Nerakhoon)" (Cinema Guild)
A Pandinlao Films Production Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasavath

"Encounters at the End of the World" (THINKFilm and Image Entertainment)
A Creative Differences Production Werner Herzog and Henry Kaiser

"The Garden"
A Black Valley Films Production Scott Hamilton Kennedy

"Man on Wire" (Magnolia Pictures)
A Wall to Wall Production James Marsh and Simon Chinn

"Trouble the Water" (Zeitgeist Films)
An Elsewhere Films Production Tia Lessin and Carl Deal

Best documentary short subject
"The Conscience of Nhem En"
A Farallon Films Production Steven Okazaki

"The Final Inch"
A Vermilion Films Production Irene Taylor Brodsky and Tom Grant

"Smile Pinki"
A Principe Production Megan Mylan

"The Witness - From the Balcony of Room 306"
A Rock Paper Scissors Production Adam Pertofsky and Margaret Hyde

Achievement in film editing
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Lee Smith

"Frost/Nixon" (Universal) Mike Hill and Dan Hanley

"Milk" (Focus Features) Elliot Graham

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Chris Dickens

Best foreign language film of the year
"The Baader Meinhof Complex" A Constantin Film Production - Germany
"The Class" (Sony Pictures Classics) A Haut et Court Production - France
"Departures" (Regent Releasing) A Departures Film Partners Production - Japan
"Revanche" (Janus Films) A Prisma Film/Fernseh Production - Austria
"Waltz with Bashir" (Sony Pictures Classics) A Bridgit Folman Film Gang Production - Israel
Achievement in makeup
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Greg Cannom

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) John Caglione, Jr. and Conor O'Sullivan

"Hellboy II: The Golden Army" (Universal) Mike Elizalde and Thom Floutz

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original score)
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Alexandre Desplat

"Defiance" (Paramount Vantage) James Newton Howard

"Milk" (Focus Features) Danny Elfman

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) A.R. Rahman

"WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Thomas Newman

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)
"Down to Earth" from "WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Music by Peter Gabriel and Thomas Newman
Lyric by Peter Gabriel

"Jai Ho" from "Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Music by A.R. Rahman
Lyric by Gulzar

"O Saya" from "Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Music and Lyric by A.R. Rahman and Maya Arulpragasam

Best motion picture of the year
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.)
A Kennedy/Marshall Production Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall and Ceán Chaffin, Producers

"Frost/Nixon" (Universal)
A Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment and Working Title Production Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Eric Fellner, Producers

"Milk" (Focus Features)
A Groundswell and Jinks/Cohen Company Production Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen, Producers

"The Reader" (The Weinstein Company)
A Mirage Enterprises and Neunte Babelsberg Film GmbH Production Nominees to be determined

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight)
A Celador Films Production Christian Colson, Producer

Best animated short film
"La Maison en Petits Cubes"
A Robot Communications Production Kunio Kato

"Lavatory - Lovestory"
A Melnitsa Animation Studio and CTB Film Company Production Konstantin Bronzit

"Oktapodi" (Talantis Films)
A Gobelins, L'école de l'image Production Emud Mokhberi and Thierry Marchand

"Presto" (Walt Disney)
A Pixar Animation Studios Production Doug Sweetland

"This Way Up"
A Nexus Production Alan Smith and Adam Foulkes

Best live action short film
"Auf der Strecke (On the Line)" (Hamburg Shortfilmagency)
An Academy of Media Arts Cologne Production Reto Caffi

"Manon on the Asphalt" (La Luna Productions)
A La Luna Production Elizabeth Marre and Olivier Pont

"New Boy" (Network Ireland Television)
A Zanzibar Films Production Steph Green and Tamara Anghie

"The Pig"
An M & M Production Tivi Magnusson and Dorte Høgh

"Spielzeugland (Toyland)"
A Mephisto Film Production Jochen Alexander Freydank

Achievement in sound editing
"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Richard King

"Iron Man" (Paramount and Marvel Entertainment) Frank Eulner and Christopher Boyes

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Tom Sayers

"WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Ben Burtt and Matthew Wood

"Wanted" (Universal) Wylie Stateman

Achievement in sound mixing
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) David Parker, Michael Semanick, Ren Klyce and Mark Weingarten

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Lora Hirschberg, Gary Rizzo and Ed Novick

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Ian Tapp, Richard Pryke and Resul Pookutty

"WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Tom Myers, Michael Semanick and Ben Burtt

"Wanted" (Universal) Chris Jenkins, Frank A. Montaño and Petr Forejt

Achievement in visual effects
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Eric Barba, Steve Preeg, Burt Dalton and Craig Barron

"The Dark Knight" (Warner Bros.) Nick Davis, Chris Corbould, Tim Webber and Paul Franklin

"Iron Man" (Paramount and Marvel Entertainment) John Nelson, Ben Snow, Dan Sudick and Shane Mahan

Adapted screenplay
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (Paramount and Warner Bros.) Screenplay by Eric Roth
Screen story by Eric Roth and Robin Swicord

"Doubt" (Miramax) Written by John Patrick Shanley

"Frost/Nixon" (Universal) Screenplay by Peter Morgan

"The Reader" (The Weinstein Company) Screenplay by David Hare

"Slumdog Millionaire" (Fox Searchlight) Screenplay by Simon Beaufoy

Original screenplay
"Frozen River" (Sony Pictures Classics) Written by Courtney Hunt

"Happy-Go-Lucky" (Miramax) Written by Mike Leigh

"In Bruges" (Focus Features) Written by Martin McDonagh

"Milk" (Focus Features) Written by Dustin Lance Black

"WALL-E" (Walt Disney) Screenplay by Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon
Original story by Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter

Tuesday, 13 January 2009



BBDO Bangkok has been ranked the number one advertising agency in Thailand (and #12 in the world) in the 6th Annual Rankings.

Lowe Bangkok took out second spot and Creative Juice G1, Bangkok was placed third.

DDB New Zealand was rated the world's number one advertising agency, with Colenso BBDO, Auckland at #2, and Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand at equal #3 with BBDO New York. Neogama/BBH, Sao Paulo ranked #5 followed by BBH London at #6, JWT Sydney at #7, DDB London at #8, with Goodby Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco and TBWAHunt Lascaris, Johannesburg sharing the #9 spot.

MJZ was ranked number one TVC production company in the world in 2008, followed by Hungry Man, Sonny London, with Gorgeous and Rattling Stick equal 4th.

Volkswagen was the world's number one client in 2008, followed by Procter & Gamble, TVNZ, Amnesty International and Adidas.

The Best Ads Rankings rate the world's leading advertising agencies, clients and TVC production companies according to the quality of their creative work during the year.

Agencies across the globe can submit work to one of five categories which are judged weekly (TV, Outdoor and Print) or monthly (Radio and Interactive). Each week, the best TV, Outdoor and Print is critiqued by a leading international creative expert. Every ad that makes it into the Week's or Month's Best is showcased online and all agencies involved are awarded points. These are then tallied up to give the year's overall rankings.

1. BBDO (9 points)
2. Lowe (5)
3. Creative Juice G1 (4)

1. Saatchi & Saatchi (7 points)
2. Grey (4)
3. BBDO/Proximity (2)
3. Leo Burnett (2)
3. McCann-Erickson (2)

1. BBH (3 points)
1. Leo Burnett (3)
1. Ogilvy & Mather (3)
1. Saatchi & Saatchi (3)
5. Ad Planet Group (2)
5. JWT (2)
5. McCann-Erickson (2)
5. Y&R (2)

1. Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai (2 points)
1. Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing (2)

1. Grey (4 points)
2. TBWATequila (3)

1. BBDO Guerrero (4 points)
1. DM9JaymeSyfu (4)

1. Advantage Advertising (3 points)
1. Bates 141 (3)
3. JWT (2)

1. Leo Burnett, New Delhi (4 points)
2. Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai (3)
3. Leo Burnett, Mumbai (2)
3. RK Swamy BBDO, Mumbai (2)
3. Rediffusion DY&R, Mumbai (2)
3. Saatchi & Saatchi, Mumbai (2)
3. VGC, Mumbai (2)

1. Saatchi & Saatchi (2 points)


1. DDB New Zealand (25 points)
2. Colenso BBDO, Auckland (23)
3. BBDO New York (18)
3. Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand (18)
5. Neogama/BBH, Sao Paulo (17)
6. BBH London (15)
7. JWT Sydney (14)
8. DDB London (13)
9. Goodby Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco (11)
9. TBWAHunt Lascaris, Johannesburg (11)
11. Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne (10)
12. BBDO Bangkok (9)
12. JWT London (9)
12. Mother, London (9)
12. Ogilvy, Cape Town (9)
12. Rethink, Vancouver (9)
17. King James, Cape Town (8)
17. RKCR/Y&R, London (8)
17. Saatchi & Saatchi, London (8)
17. Saatchi & Saatchi Malaysia (8)
17. TBWAChiatDay, New York (8)
22. AMV/BBDO, London (7)
22. CLM BBDO, Paris (7)
22. George Patterson Y&R, Melbourne (7)
22. Grey Melbourne (7)
22. Razor Junior, Sydney (7)
22. Saatchi & Saatchi Australia (7)
28. Almap BBDO, Sao Paulo (6)
28. BMF, Sydney (6)
28. CHI&Partners, London (6)
28. Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Miami (6)
28. DDB South Africa (6)
28. M&C Saatchi, Melbourne (6)
28. VegaOlmosPonce, Buenos Aires (6)
28. Wieden + Kennedy, Portland (6)

1. MJZ (15 points)
2. Hungry Man (13)
3. Sonny London (12)
4. Gorgeous (9)
4. Rattling Stick (9)
6. Smuggler (7)
7. Biscuit Filmworks (6)
7. Furlined (6)
7. Rebolucion (6)
9. (5)
9. Exit Films (5)
9. Plaza Films (5)
9. Tool (5)
13. Anonymous Content (4)
13. Epoch Films (4)
13. Knucklehead (4)
13. Soft Citizen (4)
13. The Sweet Shop (4)
18. Blink (3)
18. HIS Productions (3)
18. La Pac (3)
18. Landia (3)
18. O Positive (3)
18. Paranoid (3)
18. Partizan (3)
18. Sons and Daughters (3)
18. Stink Films (3)
18. Velocity Films (3)

1. Volkswagen (20 points)
2. Procter & Gamble (18)
3. TVNZ (14)
4. Amnesty International (11)
5. Adidas (9)
6. ESPN (8)
6. Microsoft (8)
6. Nike (8)
6. Pepsi (8)
6. Toyota (8)
6. Unilever (8)
12. Axe (7)
12. Coca-Cola (7)
12. McDonald's (7)
12. Olympus (7)
16. Cadbury (6)
16. Ikea (6)
16. Renault (6)
16. World Wildlife Fund (6)

1. United States (148 points)
2. Australia (146)
3. United Kingdom (134)
4. New Zealand (98)
5. South Africa (62)
6. Brazil (52)
7. Canada (42)
8. France (34)
9. Argentina (26)
9. Singapore (26)
11. Thailand (25)
12. Germany (24)
13. India (22)
13. Netherlands (22)
15. Malaysia (20)
16. Sweden (15)
17. Hong Kong (11)
18. Indonesia (10)
19. China (9)
20. Philippines (8)
20. United Arab Emirates (8)
22. Belgium (7)
23. Chile (6)
23. Italy (6)
23. Spain (6)
23. Switzerland (6)

Thursday, 8 January 2009

NEW Heineken Commercial - verry funny

It's a men's dream to have it at home...

Virgin Atlantic 25 years

Virgin Atlantic 25 years

Adam and Eve - Centraal Beheer

Insurance company ad featuring a gay Adam and frustrated Eve that found life online after being banned from TV.

Adam and Eve, Banned commercial from Central Beheer funny.

Adam and Eve - Centraal Beheer

Insurance company ad featuring a gay Adam and frustrated Eve that found life online after being banned from TV.

Nike "Fate" Leave Nothing commercial w/ LT & Polamalu

David Fincher directs the life-long journey of pro football players LaDainian Tomlinson and Troy Polamalu as their destinies collide in an NFL football game.

Emotive Nike fare of lifelong rivalry of two NFL players featuring version of sound track from the Good the Bad and the Ugly

Samsung Omnia (i900) Unboxing

Samsung spoof of the tech-fan trend of filming opening the box of a new gadget for the first time

PROMOTIONAL CONTENT: Today we were asked by Samsung to make a video unboxing their new phone, the Omnia (i900). Many thanks to Samsung for the chance!Don't forget to check out my blog at

Apple: Bean Counter

An ad from Apple's fantastic Get a Mac campaign, featuring the "PC Bean Counter." This is a humorous little exchange these two companies have going on. Seeing as how neither one could survive without the other. Its producing some great advertising though .

One of those Mac vs PC ads where Apple prods Microsoft over spending loads on advertising Vista when it should be fixing it

Apple: Bean Counter

An ad from Apple's fantastic Get a Mac campaign, featuring the "PC Bean Counter." This is a humorous little exchange these two companies have going on. Seeing as how neither one could survive without the other. Its producing some great advertising though .

One of those Mac vs PC ads where Apple prods Microsoft over spending loads on advertising Vista when it should be fixing it

Tiger Woods 09 - Walk on Water

As a response to a fan video from Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 08, Tiger Woods and EA SPORTS demonstrate that the "glitch" Levinator25 thought he found in the game, is not a glitch at all.

When a fan of EA's golf game pointed out a flaw that Tiger Woods could play a "Jesus Shot" from on water, the game manufacturer's response was this viral featuring the man himself

Nike: Take It To the NEXT LEVEL (Full Length)

Take your game to the NEXT LEVEL at

Guy Ritchie directs this shot-in-first-person tale of a teen footballer's hardcore ups and downs from being discovered to losing teeth to playing for a national team.

Nike: Take It To the NEXT LEVEL (Full Length)

Take your game to the NEXT LEVEL at

Guy Ritchie directs this shot-in-first-person tale of a teen footballer's hardcore ups and downs from being discovered to losing teeth to playing for a national team.


Virguerías, regates, tiros, el espectáculo llevado a las mas altas cotas en FIFA STREET 3.

Electronic Arts trickery masterpiece featuring kids with football skills – and parkour and capoeira – using a football like you ain't never seen.

Kobe Bryant Jumps over an Aston Martin(car) HD Quality

Nike's clever "did he or didn't he" actually clear a car. Probably not, but it got people talking, and watching

Kobe Bryant jumps over an a car Aston Martin
Kobe Bryant jumps over a car
Kobe jumps over a car
Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant Jumps over a Car! A fast car such as an Aston Martin! HD-Quality!

Laker vs Denver Sunday April 20 ABC
Allen Iverson vs Kobe Bryant
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Viral Marketing: Diesel SFW XXX

Diesel's naughty montage of 1980s porn films using cartoon animation to cover up explicit scenes, just, for its 30th anniversary

DATE 02/10/2008
MEDIA TYPE Non-Traditional
Agency The Viral Factory, London
Creatives The Viral Factory
Agency Producer The Viral Factory
Production The Viral Factory, London
Director The Viral Factory
Producer Jon Stopp
Editor Rob Hill
Post Production Unit, London
Sound Production Unit, London DESCRIPTION
OK, a word of warning before you view this viral - it's a little porny. Got your monitor hidden? Strapped those headphones in? Made sure Angela from accounts can't peek over your shoulder? Good stuff, cause although this piece may call itself SFW (Safe For Work for those of you who have never seen rude bits on the interweb) it's baseline content certainly isn't! Fired out to advertise the amazing sounding Diesel Dirty 30 birthday party - - the spot from viral marketing masters The Viral Factory censors some grotty clips with hand-animated and CGI mastery. The result is an inspired, hilarious and desperately unsexy trawl through remarkable set pieces and innovative ... errr ... ice-cream eating. Best party in our whole life? Hell yeah!