We love an ad with some mystery and a lick of runaway glamour. This one's got it in spades, topped with vintage swing from the Zombies' "She's Not There."
En route to annihilating humanity, would robots take time out for a bathroom break? Apparently they would, if this amusing slice of high-tech potty humor from DDB Chicago, touting Kohler's Veil Intelligent Toilet, can be believed. At a futuristic housewarming party, humans and bots mingle ... until the bots make like C3-Pee-O and head for the loo (for some urgent downloads, no doubt). The machines snap selfies with the cybernetic crapper, basking in the glow of its cobalt-blue LED nightlight.
Just after naming the Chicago office of DDB as its new creative agency, Kohler has moved its media planning and buying business to PHD. The media shift came after a review with undisclosed contenders. Incumbent Vizeum, a Dentsu Aegis shop, did not defend. PHD and DDB are both units of Omnicom Group.
Two of the bigger macro trends in the online ad industry of late, programmatic buying and native advertising, don’t seem to have much in common—as one is about auto
Kohler Co. has found a new home. The New York office of Arnold has won the home-fixture company’s creative business after a review. The assignment includes traditional and digital advertising that targets both general market consumers and professionals, such as architects and designers.