AT&T’s “It Can Wait” texting-and-driving campaign just released this powerful ad that captures the brutal consequences of taking your eyes off the road. Throw your phone in your trunk if you have to because not even an innocent glace at your smartphone while driving is worth it.
Nature Valley Canada recently sat down three generations of families and asked them one simple question, “What did you like to do for fun as a kid?” Take a moment to see how they responded, then grab your kids and go rediscover the joy of nature.
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Actor, humorist, carpenter Nick Offerman recently teamed up with Funny or Die and the American Heart Association to create this satirical healthy food PSA. Food Expert Nick Offerman Daniel Frances gives us a tour of The Pizza Farm, a place “where french fries are practically a salad,” and where “farm-fresh snacks like pizza, taquitos, and fish sticks are harvested straight off the vine.” The mock PSA was created to pressure Congress to re-authorize the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.
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[Language] The latest Smart car commercial, “Swearing Kids,” features a handful of small kids swearing like sailors. Apparently “when you drive the wrong car, you teach the wrong words.” Don’t expect to see this ad on American television any time soon.
For their new “Don’t fear the mess!” ad campaign, Pampers teamed up with ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi London to create “Pooface,” a new spot that features a montage of babies’ facial expressions as they fill their diapers. To top it off, the award-winning ad is shot in super slow motion [440fps] and set to Strauss’ “Thus Spake Zarathustra.”