After their epic Grand Prix win at Cannes Lions 2014 for their offbeat radio ads for energy drink Lucozade, Ogilvy and Mather Johannesburg have released a series of follow-up ads in the same unconventional style but different mediums.
Director Thabang Moleya once again showcases his talent in comedy and performance direction in another vibrant spot for DStv titled Die Trompet.
Mama Marikana gives a voice to the women left behind after the 2012 massacre. We hear first hand from the director and producer about making the film.
We’ve got lots to show you in Ads This Week. First up, for DStv, a loving dad to 3 daughters tries to catch the rugby game on a Saturday afternoon; the hugely popular Cadbury ‘Triplets’ campaign gets a sweet extension; hearts are racing for Garmin…
In Ads This Week we have advertising ranging from TV to IRL for you to look at, watch, and no doubt judge.
‘Travel before it’s not fun anymore’ for Student Flights ‘Grandma’ and ‘Grandpa’ is a humorous two-part ad campaign for Flight Centre’s Student Flights, directed by Dean Blumberg of Bouffant. Based around the idea of travelling before you’re too old to properly enjoy it, the ads show […]
Man, it must have been fun making this ad. The offbeat spot by Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town advertises job portal Careers24 as the place to search thousands of job opportunities when it’s time for a change, which in this case is working in an office (cult) obsessed with that lovable icon of the 90s – the dolphin.
In this entertaining new TVC for condom brand Lovers Plus, a couple are on a date at a restaurant while mini versions of themselves show their moves playing out their choreographed fantasy on the table top.
Following their Sir Ben Kingsley campaign, Santam has once again made use of an unexpected twist in their latest TV commercial; all the lead characters are under hypnosis.
This TV ad for Pieman’s, SA’s no.1 pie, is by Joe Public and was directed by Marc Sidelksy of Bouffant.
These bizarre TV commercials for the South African Poultry Association, made by The Jupiter Drawing Room and directed by Bouffant’s Jono Hall, promote the idea that eating eggs will make kids smart.
A very cool new campaign from Nando’s encourages South Africans to question xenophobia and intolerance. The #Diversity campaign kicks off with this TVC making the point that except for the Khoisan, we were all foreigners once.
Jeana Theron from Bouffant directed this commercial for an online dating site in Australia.