Tag Archive | "Tv Commercials"

Subaru EyeSight: Minicar Music Player Demo

Sunday, January 6, 2013

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Part ad. Part installation. Part awesome. This very cool feature demo from Subaru for their ‘EyeSight’ technology (which is basically a collision avoidance system powered by tiny depth sensitive cameras) where they’ve fitted a whole host of mini electric cars with the technology, along with weird but wonderful trigger sounds, and watched the scenario play [...]

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Samsung Vs Apple: The NextBigThing Ad

Saturday, November 26, 2011

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It’s Saturday, so I thought I’d post up something a little fun for the weekend, the NextBigThing ad. It’s the Samsung Galaxy S II taking it to stereotypical Apple fans, playing on all the disappointments of the iPhone 4s launch. What I really love about this, is that Samsung has been brave enough to have [...]

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YouTube Adblitz: 2010 Super Bowl Commercials

Monday, February 8, 2010

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So the Super Bowl came and went for another year and even if your team didn’t win, you may have at least found some enjoyment in the commercials. Commanding the most expensive prices of all airtime, great creative minds are put to work to come up with some of the best 15, 30 and 60 [...]

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Viral Ad: The History Of Marijuana

Thursday, May 21, 2009

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Hi guys, I’m Lucio Ribeiro and this is my first post on Digital Buzz. I’ll be writing short, sharp posts about the latest digital ad campaigns and some general news all around advertising, marketing and internet. Thanks Aden for inviting me to be a contributor along with Fethi Uluak, Jye Smith and Peter Yesawich Jr. [...]

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Heineken Walk In Fridge

Thursday, January 1, 2009

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Heineken is a pretty good beer, but I think this ad is even better and probably one of the best they’ve ever made (certainly the best over the last few years). They have taken the epitome of any well-to-do woman’s house and hijacked it into a mans greatest triumph! I couldn’t find a related website for this exact [...]

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