We have quite a backlog of nice work to show you, starting with this great new video from Blink’s Kristofer Strom for Benga track Baltimore Clap. The Orwellian animation reveals a factory production line with an unexpected purpose…
Sticking with music videos, here’s another cracker from Partizan’s Daniel Wolfe for Plan B. The promo, for Prayin’, is the third in a trilogy by Wolfe for the rapper, following Stay Too Long and She Said.
This video, from Nimrod Shapira, won Moby’s Wait For Me video competition, with the winner chosen from 500 entries by the musician himself. The whimsical film shows a girl attempting to invite Moby into her life.
Onto ads now. First up is an epic commercial for Sapporo Beer from Dentsu Canada, directed by Gary Thomas (Crush) and Mark Zibert (Sons and Daughters). The two-minute-long spot takes the viewer on a lavish journey through Japan’s cultural heritage.
This new Tango spot from BBH in London sees a kid being Tango’d during a church service and infecting the whole congregation. Director is Brian Billow at Hungryman.
Footlocker demonstrates that boys can have shoe fetishes too, in this amusing new spot from SapientNitro, directed by the Perlorian Brothers (Blink).
Passion Paris animation collective Bonzom has directed this campaign that aims to highlight the plight of babies born with HIV. The campaign is backed by Carla Bruni, who provides the voiceover for the film.
Finally, we end with two posters from a campaign for Virgin Trains that use comic book illustration to emphasise the pleasures of train travel over cars. Ad agency is MCBD, with illustration from Marek Oleksicki.
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