The world should put together all their brain power and weapons experts and artillery and dumpling ammo so that we can make this dumpling gun machine happen. Imagine a world where at a push of a button we can shoot out the perfect amount of meat, spice it, wrap it and cook it in less than 2 seconds.
Twitter added two new services today to a) help people DM bomb lots of people at the same time and b) try to compliment Vine with (slightly longer) in-app
ad support video support.
None of the mics are actually plugged in and the video is an ad for COS by Lernert & Sander but it sure makes the job of a foley artist look like a lot of fun. Rushing to recreate noises by creatively manufacturing sounds, choreographing moves to heighten the senses, it looks like a band performing with ridiculous…
Everyone with wrinkles on their brains knows that the book is almost always better than the movie. The book can do so much more! Your personal vision is only limited by your imagination! The little details and subtleties are allowed to breath better! These ads explain it rather perfectly saying, "a big part of the…
Back in 1968, the videophone was supposed to be just around the corner. Phone companies around the world were working diligently to make it a reality. But sometimes their futuristic promises could go a little overboard, like in this Southwestern Bell ad that promised not just videophones, but three-dimensional…
There's a special place in most of our hearts for instant ramen. Whether you have no time, no money, or no will to live, Cup Noodles is a comforting Styrofoam haven in a cruel world. But it's definitely associated with sterile corporate break rooms and bare-mattress-on-the-floor apartments more than pastel animations…
One of the most tedious parts of air travel is waiting for your bag to arrive on the luggage carousel after a long flight. But in Japan, the wait is far more bearable because the luggage carousels are covered in fun 3D advertisements humorously selling you everything from sushi to the local produce. So here's yet…
Back in 1988, Samsung decided that a little future gazing could help it sell its products. Looking back, though, it got a few things wrong.
Here's a ride I wouldn't mind taking, even if it ends up in a crash: a car made with bodypainted people. The art project, which paints 17 bodies and shapes it into a busted car is part of an anti-speeding ad that's supposed to encourage driving slow. You bet we would.
Bloomberg is reporting that Facebook is planning to launch location-based mobile ads, that will use real-time geographical information to target marketing at specific users.
This man looks like he's magically floating in the air, standing on some sort of elevated invisible ground above Manhattan. How does he manage to do this? Does he have special powers? Is it magic? Can he teach us how to do it too?
Sure, most of the handsets in this Bell advertisement are pretty hideous—but it was the late 70s, man. These were hideous times. And besides, I'll take the wacky "Sculptura" and "Stowaway" over today's sea of black blech rectangles.
I hate posting advertisements, because it makes me feel like an idiot, but when a company debases itself with a flute made out of feces—how can I resist? Enjoy, if you dare.
The Post Office is dying, kids, hemorrhaging money while you fritter away your time with those emails. Don't you know that paper mail is safer? Friendlier? And can't be hacked... by terrorists?! That's what the USPS's new ad campaign wants you to think.
Rdio is aiming for Spotify with a free plan that'll provide full access to Rdio's entire music catalog. There's no advertising and no need to add a credit card to your account. The free service will launch very soon. [Rdio]
I usually don't like robots. Not my style, really. So what is it about these bots? The spunky ponytail made from wires? The CD hips? I don't know but I think I'm in love. Too bad these "girls" are only advertisements for a gym.
Like the rest of Western Civilization, we at Giz spent a decent chunk of our childhoods plunked down in front of ye olde cathode ray tube, being turned into giggling little consumers by enchanting ads like these. Behold, our favorites.
Alex Roman is some kind of wizard. I suspected it when I saw his jaw-dropping CGI mini-movie The Third & The Seventh, but after watching his new 100% computer generated commercial, there's simply no other explanation. My brain is goop.
Yeah, OK, it's a water dispersant not a lubricant. And sure, true enough, you probably don't want to put WD-40 anywhere near your lovemaking parts. But besides all that, I see what you did there, Spanish-language ad agency. [Reddit]