Brooklyn-based art studio Red Paper Heart was recently asked by UrbanDaddy to create an interactive experience in water. Their solution was to cover the entire surface of a pool with 65,000 ping pong balls. An accompanying application mapped to the pool displayed a floating river of graphics, pulled by an invisible tide. Of course, a great party ensued.
Copyranter calls this one correct when he says Pornhub never really intended to pay the $4M in media to CBS to get this spot on the air, instead knowing full well the commercial would be rejected and that they'd get "free" media from suckers like us who post it anyway. Suckers.
What if you could buy a new car alongside your everyday groceries? This is the scenario imagined in Volkswagen’s latest spot from Toronto-based agency Red Urban and Untitled Films’ Director Jean-Michel Ravon to promote the affordability of the Volkswagen brand and its most accessible model, the Jetta. See how they suspended two actual Jettas, about 3,000 lbs each, inside a historic Toronto stable in the behind-the-scenes video below.