Alongside Cancer Research U.K., MediaCom and 4 Sales, British TV network Channel 4 broadcast the first live commercial from inside a human body. Over the course of 90 seconds, you can witness a colonoscopy in progress. That white thing is a polyp in a bowel. Not all polyps are cancerous, but some can turn Exorcist on you. By removing them, you can help prevent bowel cancer. See how easy they are to remove? It doesn't even hurt.
The Coca-Cola company has chosen Anomaly as its newest creative partner on the Diet Coke brand after a review.
Bud Light will have a 60-second spot during the Big Game, where it will debut a new friendship-focused campaign and tagline, "Famous among friends," from its creative shop, Wieden + Kennedy in New York.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge had an amazing year. The British actress and playwright created and starred in not one but two TV shows—the groundbreaking sitcom Crashing and the brutally funny and tragic dark comedy Fleabag. In Fleabag, in particular, her dialogue was unforgettable—filthy and feminist, Amy Schumer-like in its no-holds-barred honesty, but with a British bent that, for American audiences, made it feel even more exotically brilliant. All of which made her the perfect choice to narrate this new bleakly amusing holiday film from Anomaly London, which imagines the nightmarish scenario of a man who takes "The 12 Days of Christmas" literally—and actually buys all that crap for his girlfriend.
Beats by Dre has a proud history of tapping into sports superstars, going back to "The Game Before the Game" with Brazilian soccer star Neymar and the
Johnnie Walker, the whisky brand that famously traversed the world, makes stops in American cities like Los Angeles, Santa Fe, New Orleans and Washington, D.C., in its latest campaign from Anomaly, timed to Election Day.
A long time ago, in a hospital far, far away … Duracell returns to the Star Wars universe today, launching a holiday-themed tie-in to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ahead of that film's release in December. The 60-second spot plays off Duracell's holiday donation of 1 million batteries to power toys at 147 Children's Network Miracle Hospitals nationwide.
Last month, when Apple announced that its latest iPhone would lose the headphone jack in favor of bluetooth headphones, some consumers weren't so fond of the choice.
Fashion brand Diesel has selected creative agency Anomaly Amsterdam to lead a new campaign that will roll out globally in February.
In advertising's best pun so far this year, Chance the Rapper encounters Chance the Wrapper in this new Halloween-themed Kit Kat commercial by agency Anomaly. The 23-year-old hip-hop star is seen wearing a bear suit and shopping for Halloween candy (Kit Kats only, of course) when his wrapper alter ego calls out to him. And as promised, we get Chance's version of the Hershey brand's famous "Gimme a Break" jingle—a slow, crooning piano version of it, as it turns out.