I know what the ad is saying. And consumerism + holiday season is always a win strategy. But don't you think the ways people cope with 'not having stuff' in the commercial are actually .. quite creative? We should encourage people to spend less use their creativity. I think.
Came across this Air Jordan ad, featuring Chris Paul. I don't even want to know what that means. The late Nagi Noda has already gone down this path almost 10 years ago. Better production, better art direction. And frankly, I think Coke's idea of cause and effect makes more sense. Nike is just trying to skew the cool factor.
It appears that I have a lot more blogs to manage but lesser time to do so. From now on I will try to wrap each post with a paragraph of text. Except for this one of course. First up, Mr. Samsung. Please, stop making ads of what you would like to happen. I've never seen a birthday message gone viral with a Victoria Secret model. Instead, tell me what WILL happen if I buy that bigger-than-phone-but-smaller-than-tablet device. You were doing so well with the Apple queue ad.