To celebrate Back to the Future day, Toyota released this lovely ad spot featuring Marty and Doc Brown as well as a micro site (HERE) dedicated to their new fuel cell vehicle, the Toyota Mirai. As you know, I am a huge Back to the Future geek, and considering the Pepsi’s fiasco with Pepsi Perfect, I am glad that at least one company got their shit together and were able to deliver on 10/21/2015. (We’ll go back to Pepsi’s shit release later). Enjoy!
As a recent creative campaign to keep up with other players like Spotify,
Tidal or Apple/Beats in the battle for music power, Google Play Music partnered up with the very talented gals at RoAndCo to create a series of cool ads combining objects with the different genres of music the service offers. “We developed a campaign that merges everyday objects into surreal pairings resulting in playfully evocative still-life compositions for each radio station.” Check out the clever and fun collection after the jump!
Because you already know I am a big Back to the Future geek and because October 21 is approaching, here’s another BTTF post :) The guys at College Humor released an animated version of the film with a small twist – replacing the cool and advanced future we saw in the movie, with a more accurate version of what really happens in 2015. Enjoy!
If you are looking for some inspiration and to learn a thing or two from the people who are building the products we interact with everyday, then this documentary from InVision called Design Disruptors is for you. Today’s most disruptive companies have a new guiding principle: a fierce focus on customer-centric product design. DESIGN DISRUPTORS features an elite group of 15 disruptive companies—valued at one trillion dollars combined—who share the perspectives and sacrifices necessary to upend age-old industries and disrupt the status quo.
H&M recently launched a new campaign video featuring David Beckham and comedian Kevin Hart. And although I am not a fan of Kevin Hart (yes! I said it) the video is pretty funny as Hart tries to go beyond method in order to play David Beckham on a new movie named I, Beckham. Check out the video and some interviews and behind the scenes after the jump.