Beauty and skin-care products often have a similar goal—to defy age. When it comes to personifying that concept, skin-care brand No7 has chosen the ideal spokesperson: Alessandra Ferri, who was the youngest prima ballerina at London's Royal Ballet at 19 and is still dancing professionally at 53.
It's funny. Yesterday for Hennesy X.O., executive creative director Alexander Kalchev of DDB Paris critiqued the premium spirits sector for its "clichés of success" and "dusty heritage stories."Now, Stella Artois may not be premium (despite the chalice), but what we've got here is a play on both the success cliché and the heritage story—except that, far from dusty, it's energetic and super-fun.
Add Stella Artois to the list of zoetrope marketers, only its elaborate spinning take on the genre is for a noble cause—as seen in a new ad that builds on "Buy a Lady a Drink," a partnership campaign with Water.org to bring clean water to communities in need.
Wave your tusks in the air like you don't care!An elephant with some serious funk in its trunk shakes its behemoth boo-tay down a busy nighttime thoroughfare to the beat of Cameo's "Word Up" in this MoneySuperMarket spot from Mother London.
This gorgeous and unnerving gem from Ikea and Mother London is so ethereal it couldn't have been filmed in the real world, right? Wrong, actually.
Here's a kitchen ad that might leave you a little nauseated, but for once that has nothing to do with food.
No Internet for a week. This is not happening. This is not happening! But it actually did happen for five digital natives who volunteered to give up their phones, laptops, tablets and other connected devices for a "No Internet Week" last month.