Saturday, July 9, 2011

Ramesh & Suresh

Machines Talking To Each Other...???


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The Fatal Fist

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Drive Safe...

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Watermelon Helmet Lagaao Dimaag Ki Batti Jalaao...

The Magnited States Of America...

This video clip has been called dark horse of the top 10 this month by To quote from the post "Alamo Drafthouse leaps into fifth place with 5.6 million views. This virtual no-name brand is another example of how the playing field has been leveled to the point that small, regional chains can garner comparable view counts to those of multi-national brands. However, the marketing approach of the Alamo Drafthouse is perhaps not one big brands are likely to adopt anytime soon. The Texas film theater chain released this response video to a disgruntled customer who left an anonymous voicemail after getting kicked out of the theater (warning: language NSFW)."

Friday, July 8, 2011

The Future Began Here...

"A jump shot could get you...

A shoe deal...
A supermodel...
A big house...
fancy cars...
A bunch of yes men...
and a swiss bank account...

...but none of these things...can get you a jumpshot...

I am what I am"

The Indian Version

Thank you, for both the references, Nima Namchu... 

No F7 Required...!

"If vee rote like...
Tha vay vee spoak...
Then vee wood not need...
Spel cheks..."

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Write The Future...

"One goal, one pass, one game saving tackle can be the difference between fame and forgotten. What happens on the pitch in that split second has a ripple effect that goes beyond the match and the tournament. ‘Write the Future’ was a messaging platform that allowed Nike to show how football creates this ripple effect. It allowed us to give a glimpse into the future to see what the players were really playing for, in their own lives and the lives of those that follow them."
 Via :

Thursday, July 7, 2011

“A cavity ruins everything”.

This Campaign won a Silver Press Lion at Cannes 
Synchronised Swimming



No Matter Which Country Loses Nike Wins...

In the build up towards 2011 Copa América (being held in Argentina between July 1 and July 24,) Nike  is encouraging Football rivalry between Brazil and Argentina. 

Aaataa Jaaye Aaataa Jaaye...Kaam Aaataa Jaaye... Aaataa Jaaye Aaataa Jaaye...

From The Horses Mouth

Considering the cynism, with which common people see their leaders, this campaign's tag line could probably also have been "From The Horses Mouth"

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Outdoor... Yet Viral...!

Probably the first outdoor campaign to go viral. 


Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Recycle The Ad... By Recycling The Leaflet...!!!

Dev Patel Invites You...

British Indian Film Star Dev Patel invites you to Visit Britain as part of the British Tourist Authority's effort to increase tourism ahead of the 2012 London Olympics...

Product Placement... Lenovo... And Transformers 3....

To quote from this post on "T3 is also a commercial juggernaut so knitted together with product placement that it's impossible to tell where the film ends and the commercial begins."                         

And another quote from the same post says... "Lenovo. Lenovo. Lenovo. The computer-maker's name was everywhere. The brand even ran tie-in ads in India" 

Presenting... The Dip Desperado... The Rise And Fall Of Esteban Ortega...!

Akshay Kumar as the Bizzare Dentist...

This Soda's First Television Ad Since 25 Years

"It has been 25 years since the iconic Big Red soda has released a television commercial. Big Red crowdsourced to get some great idea pitches, and this is one of the great ideas collaborators came up with. Big Red: Tastes Good To Be Different." Via:

Big Red is a soft drink that was created by Grover C. Thomsen and R.H. Roark in Waco, Texas (1937)[1] and originally known as Sun Tang Red Cream Soda.

Big Red was the sixth-highest selling soft drink company in the United States from 2002–2004, after Coca-ColaPepsiDr Pepper/7UpCott, and National Beverage Company.[3][5]As a preeminent red creme soda in the South, it is a staple of many Juneteenth celebrations.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011


Winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011.

Homage to Apple's iconic ad, "1984"'s homage to Apple's iconic ad, "1984" 
See the next video clip for the original...

"1984" is the American television commercial which introduced the Apple Macintosh personal computer for the first time

Flags Of The World...












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Diagrammatic Advertising

Naval Base
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Military Base
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This Mind Bender Could Twist You...

Monday, July 4, 2011

The Hero And The Villain... Pepsi...

In the Philippines, this ad has gone successfully viral. 
Many in India may well say that the dialogues are like those from the films of Dharmendra or Rajnikant...

This Ad Stood Out...

To quote blogger Bhatnaturally "Who would’ve thought that a statistic like ‘every 60 seconds a species dies out‘ could be visualized so powerfully?" 

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Drive Safe...

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Typography in Advertising

Michael Jackson Typography

Iron Maiden Typography

Jimi Hendrix Typography

Lady Gaga Typography

Madonna Typography
Billboard Magazine in Brazil is offering free downloads of fonts based on the life and work of six well known rock musicians: 50 Cent, Jimi Hendrix, Lady Gaga, Iron Maiden, Michael Jackson and Madonna.

The typefaces are available online at The print advertising campaign promoting the fonts won a Gold Press Lion (Print and Media), Silver Press Lion (typography) and Bronze Outdoor Lion at Cannes International Festival of Creativity.

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To quote wikipedia "Today, typography in advertising often reflects a company's brand. Fonts used in advertisements convey different messages to the reader, classical fonts are for a strong personality, while more modern fonts are for a cleaner, neutral look. Bold fonts are used for making statements and attracting attention".
Having said all of the above...

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