I know this advert has been circulating for a while, but seriously I had to share it as it is random. This bizarre new advert for David Lynch’s Signature Cup Coffee is a very strange four minutes of the Twin Peaks director chatting away to a Barbie doll head. Yep, you read that right, he chats away to Barbie in his hand about his organic coffee – strange!! Also it gets creeper towards the end when the chat turns romantic as Barbie tells Lynch, “You’re kinda cute”, and he responds, “You are beautiful”. Seriously – how does this sell coffee???
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk4U2uJuFAI Following on from a drumming Phil Collins gorilla and the animated airport trucks driving to Bon Jovi, the latest advert for Cadbury’s Dairy Milk campaign takes its inspiration from charity shop fashion. The ad set to Jermaine Stewart’s 1980s hit, We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off, sees second-hand clothes dancing around a lifeless charity shop. I have to admit I don’t get how this sells chocolate, but hey gets people talking I suppose, and it definitely had me singing along. I seriously don’t know where the Glass and a Half Full Productions are going to take this campaign next, but I have
I have been holding onto this video for a while as I thought it was perfect for Easter Sunday, mainly because Kate Moss dreams of bumping ugly’s with a rabbit. This is one serious weird advert starring the supermodel for Chilean fashion brand Basement, which I can only guess was Easter themed *but seriously I just don’t know*. The concept behind the advert is to become part of the ‘Dream Collection’ by Basement – I am not sure when getting Kate Moss to dance in her underwear with a guy wearing a huge rabbit head, which to be honest is
I appreciate great adverts and this one is amazing – I know it isn’t targeted at me with it being for Marc Jacobs men’s fragrance Bang – but come on even us girlies can appreciate this ad! So if this ad has made you want to purchase for your boyfriend, in the hope that he’ll recreate this ad for you, apparently Bang has notes of notes of peppercorns, a heart of deep masculine woods and a drydown of patchouli, vetiver and white moss.