Tagged: saatchi & saatchi

Plumb Drunk

In this amazing viral stunt, a group of mischievous mates replumb an entire house so every tap flows with Tui beer.
What a horrible trick to pull. You really know who your friends are, hey?


You can watch the full length version here

The stunt was created by Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand and although we may not believe every aspect of this pleasing prank, the sediment still remains.
Tui’s are a cool brand!

 

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Integrated Advertising Explained

This is a beautifully crafted and slightly informative video. I like to think of it as cardboard’s version of ‘I’m on a horse’.

Thanks to @AdKingUK for finding this.

Norte Photoblocker

From the amazing bastards that brought you The Best Excuse Ever comes a practical piece of protection against anti-social media.

Norte Photoblocker

 

So you can now avoid pictures like this ever seeing the light of facebook:

 

Just another piece of genius from Argentinian agency Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi.

Via Nathalie Turton

T-Mobile creates a live Angry Birds – Lies are for sharing:

T-Mobile have done it again!

Back in May the infamous T-mobile managed to absolutely destroyed another beautiful idea. This time they’ve taken the world’s favourite iPhone game and made it into a badly acted and poorly produced excuse for a live event. Now I’ve finally got over them trying to claim the flash mob by creating a rehearsed piece of painstakingly shite choreography, because they didn’t. I looked through their press releases and other statements and it turns out that they do always refer to it as a stunt. But this latest piece of marketing (ignoring the right Royal pigs ear they previously put out) persuades me to think of them more as something that rhymes with the aforementioned stunt.

Here… watch for yourself. Notice how their oh so precious smart phone is not secured to anything. See how the bird breaks through the wooden casket time and time again (without repair) and last but not least, exploding projectiles in an unmanned area? I don’t think so.

For the first time ever, watch how people use a simple smartphone to play a life-size version of the cult Angry Birds game. Complete with real shooting birds and exploding pigs!

So I’m not overly impressed and left wondering why the ASA have not already cut out the eyes from all those responsible. I mean stopped it. Of course I could be wrong and as with the flash mob I’d love someone to convince me otherwise.

Life is for sharing, yet impossible if it only exists within a closed set.