Beautiful animation blends together the stories of famous books

This ad for Gandhi Bookstores in Mexico is a stunning work of animation and 3D art and splendid visual effects. The tagline is simple, “One book leads to another”, and you see characters you recognize from the most famous of books battle each other for your attention. It’s a commercial meant to take your money but… »7/08/15 11:20am7/08/15 11:20am

This beer lets you send video messages in its bottles

Argentinian beer Andes had a great idea: Let people use QR codes printed on their bottles to record video messages so friends or family could get them by pointing their camera phones at it. Then they made this hilarious ad campaign showing one potential use: Send uncomfortable messages about delicate matters. »12/24/14 7:22am12/24/14 7:22am

And this year's grossest Christmas ad goes to...

Last year, Poo-Pourri's ad Girls Don't Poop proved that humor is the best weapon if you need to advertise a stink-eliminating toilet spray. So this year, for the Christmas campaign, they decided to take their scatological humor a step further and show to the world that Santa suffers from gastric problems too. »11/20/14 11:42pm11/20/14 11:42pm

Cool interactive ad lets you choose between a plain and a badass story

This interactive ad is actually two commercials in one. If you let the video roll, you'll end up with your average car commercial. But if you press R in your keyboard while watching it, you'll see a badass action film. Of course, the combination of the two makes it even cooler. Watch the full ad here. »10/31/14 8:31pm10/31/14 8:31pm

This ad is entirely made of famous song lines

I love this ad for the Helsinki-based radio station Radio Aalto. Not only it's cool—the actors are the actual hosts of one of their shows—and well produced, but also it has an insightful and fun concept: Who hasn't used a famous song line in an informal conversation? Well, this ad is entirely made with them. »10/21/14 7:28pm10/21/14 7:28pm