A new advert by Young & Rubicam Cape Town for the African Diamond Council. Please note that some footage inside this advert might be not be suitable for sensitive viewers. If you have more info on this please send it to us or comment on it below.
Eaton Crous is the man behind the legendary Homegrown flyers – I remember picking up the first one and going “Damn that’s a tight idea”. Apart from running pretty much all the visual stuff for the Drum & Bass outfit Counterstrike, he’s also done numerous other ads, amongst them the […]
Luma Animation recently created a new series that will soon be displaying on SABC 3. Bun&Bunee started as a single animated short, but has since evolved into something far greater. The idea was to simply have fun with the most basic of character designs, and to really push our storytelling […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYS55SN7s9g[/youtube] Via Marklives.com Nando’s latest television commercial is a send-up of South Africa’s parliament ministers. Their high-flying spending is used to contrast the latest, good-value offer from Nandos – three peri-peri wings and chips for only R19.95. Conceptualised by ad agency Black River F.C., they chose to partner Fresh Eye […]
Conduits Second film in Adidas’s Global “Every Team Needs..” campaign is now live. The meticulously illustrated and animated short film revolves around the maestro know as Kaka. A roving midfielder inspired by the rhythm and tempo of a game. Stay tuned for the official trailer and links to high res […]
These are the first two TV ads from Sanlam’s latest campaign. The executions were born out of home videos sent in by the public. The work aims to touch consumers’ hearts by featuring “significant moments of everyday peoples’ lives”. There are 2 more TV ads still to be released. Post […]
A very nice new advert for Stimrol. Any ideas who’dunnit? UPDATE: Thanks to Amy Mabin for soliving this, was created by Ogilvy Cape Town.
As part of our Ads from the Past series, today we bring you this classic advert from SABC 1. The ad plays off where whites have reversed roles with blacks to produce an interesting concept. Set in Soweto South Africa. Any ideas who created this? Thanks to the guys from […]