Arnie’s back for another installment of Mobile Strike. In this spot, the big man is decidedly more casual than the first iteration where he appeared in full military dress. He’s war-gaming on the go, which is the new holy grail for online warfare.
Nobody told Head’s elite ski team just how afraid they’re supposed to be when facing imminent danger zooming downhill at insane speeds. Don’t worry, I’ve got enough fear for the whole team! This piece interprets and visualizes some of the vertiginous effects these thrill-seekers might face as they plummet down the powdery slopes of doom.
Ah, my first pint was a Smithwick’s shandy at the Yacht pub in Ringsend, just outside Dublin. Fond memories! Nostalgia aside, the continuous camera effect is this promo is spot-on.
Nationwide’s rather ungainly logo takes center stage in this set of idents, but nicely accented illustrations and lots of humor make each piece charming.
The Jordan Brand Classic brings together the best high-school talent including the women’s teams for the first time in 2015 (overdue but welcome). This promo combines heavy power and stealthy agility in a celebration of the annual clash of the up-and-comers.
Sneaker Freaker is an Australian sneaker mag and Casio is… the company that made your mom’s keyboard! Chill Casio, chill, just a little ribbing. The kick-ass G-Shock line is hugely popular and commercials like this add a fun element to the brand. First released in 1983, this spot reaches back to that decade for inspiration, embracing the retro vibe all the way.