This charming ad by DStv is in support of Earth Hour, Saturday 29 March 2014 from 20:30 to 21:30.
In the run up to the 2014 general elections on the 7th of May come the inevitable promises and ad campaigns. We’ve yet to find out what will happen at the polls but who has released the winning TV campaign?
The latest Standard Bank ad by TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris and Egg Films takes us back to childhood through a young girl’s trip to a Standard Bank ATM with her father.
A fast-paced, gun chase-featuring local TV ad for Act II Popcorn with an unexpected ending.
Am I Collective, The Jupiter Drawing Room, Killer Robot and Cosmesis take us behind the scenes of their animated stop-motion Budget Insurance TVCs.
In this Volkswagen Polo Vivo TVC by Ogilvy & Mather CT an involuntary reaction becomes the next nationwide sensation.
The SABC shows that paying your TV license can now be done in-store in their latest ad set in a supermarket with romance, drama and clowns.
An FNB campaign aimed at sharing stories of HELP illustrating how ordinary South Africans have helped make a difference in their communities
The newly released KFC TV commercial, shot in Bangkok, seeks to show that no matter where you are in the world you can find a taste of ‘home’.
An adlip interview with Sharon Keith of Coca-Cola on their incredibly successful ‘Share A Coke’ campaign by Draftfcb.
In September last year, FoxP2 Johannesburg launched a new brand direction for insurance and investment company Liberty with the reverse time-lapse ad ‘Sandton’. They’ve followed up this year with ‘Shoes’.
In this new TVC by Draftfcb Johannesburg, the Toyota Land Cruiser range is put through its paces in a fast-paced car chase through an African desert.
The pay-off line turned catchphrase, “Give that man a Bell’s” returns in this heart-warming, ‘I’m not crying, it’s just raining on my face’ TV commercial for the Whisky brand.
Taking the ‘savvy housewife vs expert’ model to the extreme, these explosive new ads for Doom by TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg or ‘Doom Death Matches’ demonstrate the power of the poison.
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.