By Egotist / / Put on the earmuffs when you check out Monoprix’s newest campaign “The Worst Song in the World”. To promote its home delivery services, the grocery chain took a look at what benefits such a service could provide. What benefits do customers gain by not having to carry their groceries, by having their hands free? Introducing “The Worst Song in the World”, a film by Monoprix, its agency Rosapark, and directed by Traktor, which demonstrates an unusual but all-too familiar advantage to having your hands free.
Ralph / Why You Won’t See This Stunt Double for Tom Cruise on the Big Screen
loved it when the MTV movie awards did this ten years ago.[Read More]
Brad / Digitas Sr. AD proves “We believe in love.”
nice one, Oscar![Read More]
Bree / Duncan Channon shows why flavors hooking kids is a bad thing
We are in our last days on this earth. So sad that the tobacco industry is targeted these children,what causing cancer which leaves folk getting[Read More]
NP / OMG. This is real.
Almost as good as the current Mazda spots. Almost.[Read More]
Mobb Creep / I ❤ NY
Not sure if it's infamous, I think it's just famous.[Read More]