Rhett Price and Josh Knowles clean up in the subways of Boston. And its no wonder... listen to them, they're pretty great. And apparently, they do this pretty often with the new number 1 hit of the day. Here is their digital downloadable album.
Honestly, I doubt there were really only 50 white chocolate kit kat bars left in the world – but this makes for a rather cool idea nonetheless. I have a hard enough time drawing with the most basic of drawing utensils, the pencil, I can't imagine not only being able to paint, but also being able to paint with melted chocolate. Pretty awesome.
This is insanely good advertising. It doesn't say much and you sorta get whats going on from the beginning, but that doesn't matter – you realize the entire time you're watching it that this has always been a brilliant idea – it was just waiting for someone to write it down. Well, someone has (obviously), and that someone is Ipsos ASI
With this new spot, Vodafone suggests that good things last forever by saying that their phone offers unlimited use. Well... isn't that a bit of a disconnect? The spot shows a couple from first kiss to last kiss and every one between... sure, thats a good thing lasting forever. But how does that equate to being able to use your phone unlimitedly? That aside though, the spot is really well put together. The first age switch is the best one. The girl barely moves off screen and when she comes back she is a couple years older. Its so fluid you barely notice it till she's back.