JULY AD PICKS

31 Jul 2017

Welcome to July's edition of Ad Picks. This month I'm sharing a few fun ads that will make you smile on a Monday morning.

The first ad I'm sharing this month is a print ad for Lego called 'Build futures'. Lego has lasted so many generations and I can't see it slowing down at all. I love the simplicity in the ad and the kid growing into that future role.


Kia have been using hamsters in their ads in the last couple of years and they've found a fun way to introduce a new car ultilizing the hamsters. I don't want to give too much away but: ace of spades and babies.


Meat and Livestock Australia have created some cracking ads in previous years for Lamb (if you haven't seen them, check them out). They've released this singing ad for beef, claiming it's the best meat on earth, can you argue against them? My favourite part is 25 seconds in.


More airlines have been making their safety videos their ads since the success of Air New Zealand's ones. So now it's British Airways turn, who in conjunction with Comic Relief have got their hands on some fantastic British talent. It's all held brilliantly together with a director in the ad who doesn't know some of them and is in love with the others.

I've watched it many times; make sure you watch it until the end to see Mr Bean.


I hope you enjoyed this post and you'll share it with someone who would enjoy it. Keep your eyes peeled towards the end of August for next month's edition of Ad Picks.