Speaking of the 80s (see previous post), things (television advertising, house chores, domestic mores, etc.) were different back then… via MeFi
Looks like our buddies at Third Degree totally cleaned up this year at the Oklahoma City ADDYs with their Buck the Norm campaign!! Buck yeah! Buck the Norm won Best Interactive, Best Broadcast and Best In Show!!! Whoo hoo! We had a lot of fun working on this project. Besides finding a unique piece of[…]
Supposedly this terrific ad has been running during the Olympic Games but I haven’t seen it on TV yet. Our local NBC affiliate has been too busy running spots about the messianic power of their chief meteorologist to promote anything else. So, thank you internet for the following charming advertisement that I haven’t seen on[…]
It seems like we’ve been getting more and more requests for voice talent that sound “real” and “not announcery.” Of course, that can mean different things to different people. Here’s what it meant to one mad genius client of ours. Listen to “Keywords“ Credits: Agency: Red Deluxe Writer: Justin Dobbs
The day before yesterday, we thought we were being soooo clever. We were working on a spot that required GPS SFX so we hopped in the car with Scott’s Magellan GPS unit, programmed directions to Lucky Dog Audio, took a spin around downtown Little Rock, and recorded the Magellan beeping and cooing at us as[…]
It’s like all those other Rube Goldberg machine ads, but more funny less better different. Yeah. That’s it. It’s the same but different.
Meet a Flogos. It’s a “mixture of soap-based foams and lighter-than-air gases such as helium” that can be shaped into a floating logo (float + logo = flogo). That’s right, it’s an air-born advertising event. “Mommy look! That cloud looks like Mickey Mouse.” That’s because it’s been shaped from a stencil of Mickey Mouse. Awww.[…]
Our buddy Henry, the creative super-genius at Bumpercar Advertising, had a pretty swell idea for radio recently. The idea? Let’s create a radio ad with a bunch of kids and without scripts. To which we said, “What the! How we gonna. . !” The answer: interviews. Let’s record reactions to a subject near and dear[…]
Do you do better work if you have an inspiring desktop? 365 desktop days of ad man Sean Nicholas Ohlenkamp of the inimitable TBWAChiatDay.
Hate to go pimping someone else’s work again but this TV ad from Jureeporn Thaidumrong of JEH United is so scary / brilliant it couldn’t be passed up. Product : Sylvania Title : Picnic Agency : Jeh United Produced by : Phenomena Broadcasted : May 2007
According to this article in AdAge, A&E has partnered with Holosonic Research Labs to create a billboard in SOHO that beams a discreet audio message to pedestrians walking down Prince Street. The effect is known as an “audio spotlight” and it leaves the listener with the impression that they are hearing voices inside their head.[…]
Here’s a big Lucky Dog Audio Post blog category climber – file under Advertising, Audio Goodness, Food & Drink, Music, Web Goodness, Words, and especially Luck. (Originally we marked this only as Audio Goodness & Music.)
Wheat shot from guns has a nut-like flavor that hits the spot!