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Posts Tagged ‘Laura Patterson’

VIA Agency Gets Scary for Three Olives Vodka

We’ve never known what to make of Warren Zevon classic “Werewolves of London,” though a quick Google search tells us that Phil Everly came up with the idea and Zevon just improvised.

Those werewolves have gone over to the sexy side in a new campaign created by Maine-based VIA Agency to promote the very British Three Olives Vodka. Here’s the first spot, titled “Full Moon”:

This hirsute fellow is almost aggressive enough for us to call him “Bond-like.”

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Spike DDB Looks Fancy in a Cadillac

Given all the recent drama surrounding the Cadillac account and the fact that it’s the end of the day on a Friday, we thought it would be a good time to look at some alternate work for one of the company’s campaigns.

Here, then, are two spots from Spike DDB – yes, the one run by Spike Lee and based nowhere near our neighborhood in Brooklyn — to promote the new Cadillac ATS sedan.

The first one, “Coding It”, seems to be about professional responsibility:

Note the old, corporate dude and his subtle nod of approval.

So you can get away with using the word “chiseled” outside the Twilight fan fiction universe.

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JetBlue Aims to Put People First in Latest Campaign

Mullen takes the hidden camera approach in its latest campaign for JetBlue dubbed “You Above All,” which effectively replaces the “Happy Jetting” slogan. Random passengers step inside a taxi and the driver puts his seat back all the way to cramp them, in turn providing an amusing analogy for how  little leg room you get on most flights. Long story short, it’s a good strategy, a nice execution and the YouTube takeover page is a nice touch. Check out another spot from the campaign and credits after the jump.

More: Mullen Debuts First Work for Planet Fitness

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