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Wednesday, 27th November 2013 at 10:30pm
With the festive season already among us South African dog food company Bobtail launched this campaign to increase the awareness of the dangers fireworks cause dogs.
Bobtail created their own fireworks - that when lit opened up an informative message about the stress and anxiety that can be caused to dogs by fireworks.
These were given out to top celebrities and radio personalities for maximum coverage.
See the campaign below, and tell us if this makes you think twice about fireworks.
Thursday, 14th November 2013 at 9:18am
Sony has used eight million flowers in their latest ad promoting their 4K Ultra HD TV.
Sony boast that this new TV is capable of delivering HD television with four times more detail than before.
The eight million flowers were selected by Sony to resemble their eight million pixel display - only available on the 4K Ultra HD TV.
Take a look at the video below, and tell us if this would compel you to invest in a new TV.
Thursday, 7th November 2013 at 3:56pm
Safety videos usually bore passengers to sleep, but last week Virgin America launched a new video to engage people in a more light-hearted way.
The video features rapping and even people dancing the 'robot' which certainly breaks the norm for on-flight safety videos.
Dance stars from 'American Idol' and 'So You Think You Can Dance' team up with Virgin America staff to make this highly entertaining video.
Virgin is even auditioning for dancers for the future version of the safety video, entrants must be U.S. residents but anyone can judge the contestants here.
Take a look at the lively video below, and tell us if you would like to see it on your next flight.
Wednesday, 6th November 2013 at 4:27pm
Using JCDecaux and Clear Channel's bus shelter network Pedigree were able to map out interesting city walks in the Belgian cities Ghent and Brussels.
To make these walks a bit more interesting the posters also had an interactive aspect through Facebook, enabling dog walkers the chance to win free dog food.
Take a look at how these walks were received in the video below, and tell us if this would inspire you to walk that little bit further.
Monday, 28th October 2013 at 5:04pm
Lexus has given away a car that sketches the driver's portrait as they drive.
The lucky recipient is Belgian art collector Walter Vanherent, who will have his portrait sketched based on how he drives.
The technology that enables this uses special software developed for the Art is Motion project.
The hybrid vehicle uses a screen to combine visual images of the driver with their driving style to create their portrait.
Take a look at this vehicle in action below, or find more information here, and tell us how you think your portrait would look.
Monday, 28th October 2013 at 3:08pm
Coca-Cola has teamed up with the creative minds at McCann to find an innovative way to promote exercise and healthy living.
The resulting idea was to install a bicycle pedal in a taxi in Chile that, if passengers chose to pedal, could give discounted taxi fares.
The more the passengers pedalled the larger the discount they received!
Take a look at this idea in action in the video below, and tell us if a reduced fare could persuade you into more exercise.
Friday, 25th October 2013 at 11:39am
Adobe has released a fun new video called 'Clicking Baby' to show how its marketing cloud can help businesses.
The video gives a light-hearted insight into how purchasing behaviour can affect a business, and therefore the salience of good business insight.
Take a look at the video below, and tell us if this persuades you to put a lock on your laptop.
Tuesday, 22nd October 2013 at 3:50pm
Citroën has teamed up with four leading Arsenal FC players and magician Drummond Money-Coutts to pull off a great magic trick.
The trick leaves the four arsenal players in awe and in utter confusion - it even features a surprise Arsenal legend at the end.
The video is a part of Citroëns partnership with Arsenal, which is set to run until August 2014.
Take a look at the trick below, and tell us if you know how it's done!
Wednesday, 16th October 2013 at 5:31pm
Featuring seven generations of the Porsche 911, the cars joined together in revving their engines to the familiar tune of 'happy birthday'.
To coincide with this video Porsche has also released a game which allows users to use cars to play different songs.
See this stunt in the video below, and tell us what tunes you think your car could belt out.
Tuesday, 15th October 2013 at 5:28pm
Europ Assistance Italia, an Italian insurance company launched this ambitious marketing stunt in Milan by installing a submarine into the surface of the streets - making it appear like it had risen from below!
A group of actors even emerged from within the submarine to meet with emergency crews at the scene.
This brilliant stunt comes from advertising agency M & C Saatchi Milano.
You can see this stunt in the video below, tell us how you would deal with a submarine popping up in your town centre.
Monday, 14th October 2013 at 12:13pm
This daredevil stunt was created with Swedish agency Forsman and Bodenfors.
The idea of this test was to show how the Volvo Trucks' new city distribution vehicle handles extreme conditions and pressure situations.
You can enjoy this stunt from a 360 degree camera here, or see the video below, and tell us if you would be brave enough to lead the chase.
Wednesday, 9th October 2013 at 2:05pm
To launch the new and improved National Lottery six huge lottery balls have floated down the River Thames on route to Scotland.
The theory behind the idea was that these gigantic Lottery balls symbolised a 'new, bigger lotto' that will reward 1,000 lottery players with £20,000 pounds each.
The revamped lottery will aim to fund more National Lottery projects across the UK as well as striving to allow players to win more money.
Take a look at the video below to see this in action, and tell us if this convinces you to buy a ticket.
Tuesday, 1st October 2013 at 3:26pm
You might think it would be difficult to advertise a toilet spray, however Poo-Pourri have done just that with this hilarious video advert.
The video features a contrast between a young and elegant actress speaking in a most 'proper' way, with a shockingly crude script.
The advert has been a massive success - having already had more than 10 million views on YouTube!
So it would be natural to expect that soon enough this toilet spray will become a common fixture in a bathroom near you.
Take a look at the video below, and order yourself some Poo-Pourri spray here.
Friday, 20th September 2013 at 4:21pm
In this death-defying stunt from Volvo Trucks Charlie the hamster is enlisted to steer a 15 ton truck through a precarious mountain track in Spain.
The stunt highlighted the launch of Volvo Trucks' new steering wheel technology that they claim can make even the heaviest trucks easy to manoeuvre.
Charlie was carefully selected from a long list of applicants from an extended casting procedure - where he was trained to stay focused in a noisy, and unfamiliar environment.
A specially built hamster treadmill was attached to the steering wheel of the truck, meaning that whichever way Charlie ran steered the vehicle.
Take a look at the stunt in the video below, and tell us if you think any of your pets could steer your car.
Wednesday, 18th September 2013 at 5:19pm
Inside Chanel is an impressive online project telling the story of the iconic fashion house and its founder, Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel using a series of videos.
The project started last autumn when the website was launched.
The final five films are in the process of being released, each combining black and white graphics with archive footage and photography related to a different chapter in the story of Chanel and its founder.
The story of the young Gabrielle Chanel is presented in Chapter 6, 'Mademoiselle' in the video below.
Take a look at the project here and tell us your favourite bit of Chanel's history.
Wednesday, 11th September 2013 at 3:21pm
After Tokyo won the bid to host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games, it was confirmed that Zaha Hadid Architect's 'New National Stadium of Japan' will act as the major venue for the games
The stadium is capable of hosting many types of sporting and cultural events because of its adjustable seating sections that can be moved closer to the playing field.
The capacity of the stadium is 80,000 and it has a retractable roof allowing for an open-air atmosphere.
Zaha Hadid Architects won the international competition to design the stadium organised by the Japan Sport Council.
You can find more images of the stadium here, or watch the video below to see the stadium and tell us if you will be cheering on Team GB at Tokyo 2020.
Wednesday, 11th September 2013 at 10:45am
Created by Forsman & Bodenfors the video shows the president, clad in a hard hat, speaking directly to the camera about the strength of the new front towing hook on the latest Volvo construction truck.
As the camera fades away you see the president is speaking atop a truck hoisted 20 metres above the water in Gothenburg harbour.
Take a look at the video below, and tell us if you think Claes Nilsson is the bravest president around.
Tuesday, 10th September 2013 at 3:04pm
The cloud-based software company wants to help businesses reduce the amount of paper they use and become more digital.
To deliver this message in a light-hearted way the video invents a disease called 'APIS' (Acute Paper Infection Syndrome) which is blighting the success of businesses.
So to protect themselves they must switch to digital.
Watch the hilarious video below, and tell us if you know of any businesses suffering from 'Apis'.
Wednesday, 4th September 2013 at 3:16pm
Children across the world dream of building the best tracks for their toy cars, toy manufacturer Hot Wheels decided to take this one step further and create the 'world's highest wall track'.
The seven-story, 60-foot track was first constructed on the ground before it was hoisted and mounted on the side of a building.
The track was made out of around 500 parts, and was built during the Spanish Grand Prix.
See this record breaking track in action in the video below, and tell us if you would like a go on it.
Wednesday, 28th August 2013 at 11:40am
In the video Chiles receives a call from Jim Beam, who tells him about the new flavour but also shares his concern that bears could steal all the honey. To save the honey (whiskey) Jackie Chiles must act.
This clever and funny advertisement created by Edelman presents a serious case using humour. It aims to raise awareness of the plight of the honey bees with a totally absurd story and with an even more absurd lawyer.
Watch the video below to learn what Jackie did and join the discussion on Twitter: #suethebears