This month’s chart is bookended by two classic ads that feel like they’ve been around forever. Sandpit and Ghost Chips are living proof that creativity and humour – particularly Kiwi humour – are an unstoppable force.
Mick Jagger has shot a droll, self-mocking promo for the Monty Python troupe ahead of their string of performances at the O2 arena in London this week.
It’s not easy to paint a convincing picture of a retirement home – a place full of ancient Pakeha striving to look cheerful in the sunset of their lives. But Work Communications has given it its best shot.
How do you shoot a new Kia Sportage TVC all about the joys of escaping for a sneaky swim in the ocean … at the onset of winter?
Auckland indie shop mediaR has shot two new 30-second brand TVCs for Bradford Optimo Underfloor Insulation and Bradford Soundscreen Australia.
Y&R’s first new campaign for the Electricity Authority almost seamlessly picks up the thread of FCB’s original award-winning WhatsMyNumber.org.nz campaign.
Steinlager Pure has unveiled a new campaign built around NZ’s world record-holding free diver William Trubridge. The campaign, which includes a TVC and posters, started yesterday.
NZ has kidnapped Skippy and is threatening to turn him into a pizza topping unless Australia “meets our demands”.
Air New Zealand has teamed up with online content creator Diaries Downunder to launch a campaign, via Host Sydney, promoting its direct trans-Tasman services to the South Island skifields.
Toybox animation director Andrew Newland sets out to illustrate what we can achieve without a hangover for the 2014 Dry July launch video.