This ad for the new 33 shoe from ASICS features a very cool effect where they use ping pong balls and a giant fan to create a silhouette of the shoe that hovers a few feet off the ground:
For the release of the Touch Wood SH-08C handset, Sharp created a giant Rube Goldberg stye marimba in the Kyushu woodlands of Japan that plays Bach’s Cantata 147.
Apparently, no artificial music was added to the final spot, and only the background noises were adjusted to enhance the effect.
Sometimes advertising is easy.
Like when you combine a bright yellow Lexus LFA supercar with the bright yellow swimsuit’ed supermodel Rianne ten Haken, and let one drift around the other.
For the release of their Mini Planners, Moleskine created this fantastic stop motion video to show all the things that you can do with a written day:
Armadillo Scooterwear is designed to handle anything the world can throw at it, so they put a stunt rider through a series of bizarre accidents, including getting caught in an explosion and getting pied in the face by an evil clown, to show just how tough their stuff really is: