Each year before Christmas, the British department store John Lewis releases a lovely Christmas advert, which features a slow cover of a famous song and lots of lovely creatures, and, of course, present suggestions !
How many ideas for a present can you see in this one ?
This ad could be seen this year as early as November 6th.
Traditionally, on the first week-end after Thanksgiving Americans start shopping for Christmas. In the United Kingdom, this advert for the famous British department store John Lewis was released as soon as November 6th.
Each year, the new John Lewis ad features a slow cover of a famous song, and lovely creatures such as animals, snowmen, children… And it is always a feast for the eye. Enjoy !
Another interesting “campaign” has just been started by an American beer-selling company. It points out the responsibility we have to ourselves, and to others, especially to the ones who love us.
This company has been making cute dog videos for a while, this one is from their previous campaign :
The connection with beer feels kind of remote, doesn’t it ?
Source : http://mashable.com/
Evian, the French company famous for its bottled water, made another fantastic ad involving a baby and tons of computer generated images (CGI). This is EYE CANDY. Enjoy !
By the way, bottled water is terrible for the environment, as you may have seen in last week’s posts…
WWF is an international organization whose mission is the protection of endangered species and their environment.
Their motto is that “everything is connected”, which means when you do something wrong, it comes back to you. As illustrated in this video :
This week is special because it is dedicated to the promotion of “Sustainable Development”.
Changing our habits in order to protect our environment and its balance is one of the most important goals of sustainable development.
Because, otherwise, our children will suffer the consequences.
What can you do to improve your impact on the environment ?
Quite an impressive ad for … a robot. This video was published 2 days ago on Youtube, and it has already reached 1 026 000 views within 48 hours.
Source : www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense