Here at George Briggs Media we love ads of all types and purposes and know you do to. In saying this we thought we would start a weekly tradition of sharing with you some great new ads releases from throughout the week alongside our new releases each Friday. So let’s dig in shall we?
Friskies: “Dear Kitten”
Just when you thought the barrage of cat centric advertisements had quelled, Friskies partners with Buzzfeed and serves up another. Voiced by Ze Frank, of Buzzfeed and Youtube fame, the cat food titan delivers us “Dear Kitten”, advice from a house cat to a new kitten. At almost 10 million views since it’s release a week ago, Friskies proves that the age of the viral cat video lives on.
Volkswagen: “Eyes on the Road”
There are a lot of don’t text and drive PSA’s out there, but this latest one from Volkswagen really hits the mark. You will have to watch to get the full impact, but by interacting with the audience and directly involving them in the spot they manage to get the message across in a very interesting way.
Coca-Cola: “The Bio Cooler”
Continuing their reign as King of the feel good digital ad spots, Coca-Cola released a short featuring the Bio Cooler. Based on ancient technology the cooler requires no electricity but rather by watering plants on top of the unit it produces evaporation while a mirror inside coverts gas into a liquid. The video demonstrates the device in a town where the temperature can reach 115°F and it can take 12 hours to fetch ice – Aipir, Colombia.
George Briggs Media New Release – Structur3D: The Discov3ry Extruder
This week we released a new ad for our client, Structur3D Printing. The goal was to create a video to aid in their KickStarter campaign for their new product, the Discov3ry Extruder, an add on for 3D printers enabling you to print with a great amount of materials including Nutella. They hit their goal within 20 hours earning them coverage on TechCrunch, Mashable, CBC and more and within the past few days are already well on their way to hitting their second stretch goal. Have a look below at the video and make sure to back the project by clicking here.