Ford has put together some advertising that I think has some decent potential depending on they run with it. I found them pretty good, though somewhat reminiscent of Ted Williams (though it is a stretch). Anyways, here are the videos:
At least Victoria's Secret thought so. The recently named Sexiest Building recently played host to director Michael Bay and his Victoria's Secret commercial. Having been to the museum I quickly recognized the unique architecture. I had to rewind it a couple times to confirm what I thought was the location (really, that is the only reason I watched it again) and a quick Google search was the ultimate confirmation.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is a very interesting building. From its Brise Soleil opening and closing based on the amount of sun to the interior architecture (and, oh yeah, the art too) the museum is a very cool experience. I recommend checking it out as it is a short drive for those of you who live in Chicago.
Here's the Victoria's Secret Ad. It is as safe for work as any lingerie commercial can be.
I love JetBlue. I've flown them only a handful of times, but they are one of the airlines I always look to when searching for flights. They really do offer a better experience, especially when many of the other airlines are cutting corners and charging ridiculous fees. Enough of the promo.
These spots are great. Very funny. Very too the point. And very true of the industry. Enjoy.
Last week I mentioned ads that make you think (hopefully for only a second or two), but once you get them they are quite clever. Here is another good example from McDonald's on a Canadian subway car.
The adweek article makes an interesting point on ad placement: you would have issues putting this in a NY or DC subway car because sleeping in them may not be the safest choice. It is important to think about the different meanings an ad takes in different locations.