Posts Tagged ‘viral marketing’

“Nike Football-The Director’s cut” by Guy Ritchie

April 12, 2009

Very nice.

Thanks to Keith of Fulvew Productions for passing this one along.  See a sampling of Fulvew’s work, including a kick ass football commercial they produced, below.

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Ninja cats-now that’s a car commercial I can appreciate.

November 20, 2008

I now need a Toyota Corolla..for absolutely no reason other than perhaps my cat will learn martial arts. Also, I need a cat.

Via Geekologie

Beastie Boys infomercial for their album Hello Nasty

July 17, 2008

A bit bizarre, but what else would you expect from the B-Boys? Good stuff.

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Faceless aliens spotted at Wimbeldon.

July 3, 2008

With the blankest of blank expressions on their faces, these mysterious figures have been popping up in the most unlikely of places.

The faceless mutants have a penchant for A-list celebrity bashes and have been spotted at Elton John’s White tie ball and Harrods summer sale, opened by Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall.

With a membrane of skin stretched tightly over their eyes, noses and mouths, the alien-like figures were most recently snapped ‘watching’ a match perched on Murray Mount at Wimbledon.

Close inspection of the pictures rules out an alien invasion – small perforations around the eye areas of the masks allow the people beneath to see the world outside.

But nobody knows who the faceless figures, who often appear as motionless couples are, or why they are turning up at high profile events.

Theories include the possibilities that they are limelight-seeking pranksters, performance artists or that they are at the centre of a viral marketing campaign for an as-yet unknown product of forthcoming horror film.

Speculation has even arisen that the masks hide a pair of well-know faces, fed up with being harrassed by the paparazzi.

One blogger wrote on the Moue Magazine website: “They probably aren’t just random people off of the street.

“If it ends up being a pair of celebrities who have had it with being photographed all of the time and are staging a protest, I vow to support every project they appear on from now on.

“Whatever their purpose, I want to join them. And I have a new Halloween costume for this year.” Source with additional pictures.