The Friday Envy – The week’s best ads (#3)

Last week was a very close battle between the Kiwi telecom brands with a late burst of votes nudging Vodafone’s “Bowl Cuts” into the number one spot. This week some ‘bloody’ brilliant viral marketing for a vampire film takes on some clever experiential mobile marketing. It’s going to be tough to decide the winner! Vote for your favourite at the end of the post

Friday Envy: New Zealand Trio

1. What we do in the shadows – Vellington Sign 

This brilliant takeover of the Wellington plus all these other great viral marketing gems means the promotion for vampire movie “What We Do In The Shadows” will be hard to beat in this week’s Friday Envy!

Vellington Sign

2. Tux “Herding Cats”

Tux references the New Zealand classic “A Dog’s Show” as the hero dog takes on herding cats.

3. Sealord “Smoking”

Sealord and Saatchi & Saatchi set a manuka billboard on fire to launch Sealord’s new hot-smoked salmon.


Friday Envy: Offshore Trio

1. Toyota “A Billboard the Prius Way”

The final creative billboard in this week’s Friday Envy is a campaign for Toyota to create billboards that come from nature, and eventually return to nature.

2. Kraft Salad Dressing “Lettuce”

This quirky TV ad for Kraft salad dressings looks to make lettuce the vegetable star it deserves to be. It’s funny and memorable – quite a good achievement for a condiment ad!

3. VW “Eyes on the road” 

Another anti-texting ad gets into the Friday Envy this week (Last week featured the popular YouTube video “I’m a Textpert”). Movie goers get a powerful demonstration with the use of some clever mobile target. I’m sure it wouldn’t be lesson forgotten quickly.

Friday Envy: Vote for your favourite 

Will the vampires reign supreme or does one of the other Friday Envy ads deserve to take out the honours this week? Vote for your favourite!

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