The moment the commercial starts, everyone recognizes it.
Another pretentious, obnoxious commercial from Apple with their cliche all white background, and a general feeling of haughtiness like they cured cancer. But all they’re really doing is selling yet another piece of over-priced consumer electronics that will be obsolete in a few years.
There have been countless parodies and spoofs of Apple’s signature style by YouTubers and late night comedy shows alike, but this is the first time a gum company has poked fun at the multi-national computer brand in an official corporate back parody commercial.
We all recognize them when we see them. Stock photos fill up Sunday paper clothing ads, infomercials, and more.
Almap BBDO tirelessly scoured through millions of stock photos to create this magical one minute stop motion film, ‘From Love to Bingo,’ telling the story of first falling in love to old age old and playing bingo.
To spread the word about the New York City Marathon, ASICS created an amazing running wall in one of New York’s busiest subway stations. Now, travelers can race Ryan Hall for sixty feet, and see how they measure up. Of course, no one can keep up with the Olympic runner, but what’s really shocking is that Ryan runs at that pace for 26 miles!
Fancy, expensive designer clothing lines like Lavin Paris usually have elegant and sophisticated commercials and advertising. This may be the first time you’ll hear a rap song on a designer clothing line commercial, but it works. The models dance wearing Lavin Paris apparel to Pit Bull’s I Know You Want Me. It’s a little unorthodox, but that’s what makes it a great commercial. The ad is featured on Mashable.