World’s Greatest Advertisements.
Great Advertising is about making something iconic. A remarkable finesse of cleverness and dramatic value. It astounds the audience, grabbing them in all their ticklish, heartwarming spots. Here are some powerful samples:
The Man Your Man Could Smell Like
Old Spice advertisement
Honda Accord: Greatest Ever Car Advert
There are no computer graphics or digital tricks in these images. Everything that you see happened in real time exactly as you see it..
The recording required 606 takes and in the first 605 takes there always was something, usually of minor importance, that didn’t work. It was necessary for the recording team to install the set-up time after time and it took several weeks working day and night to achieve this effect.
The recording cost 6 million dollars and it took 3 months to finish, including the engineering design of the sequence.
The duration of the video is only 2 minutes, but every time that Honda shows the commercial on British television, they make enough money to support any of us for the rest of our lives
However, this commercial has turned out to be the most displayed in the history of the Internet.
Honda execs think that it will pay for itself simply because of the free showings.
Honda is not paying one cent for you to see it.
When Honda senior execs viewed it, they immediately approved it without hesitation – including costs.
There are only six Honda Accords built by hand in the whole world, and to the horror of Honda engineers, the recording team disassembled two of them for the recording.
Everything you see in the sequence (besides the walls, floor, ramp and untouched Honda Accord) is part of those two automobiles. The voice is that of Garrison Keiller. The commercial was so well received by Honda execs when they saw it, that their first comment was how amazing the computer graphics were. They almost fell out of their chairs when told that the recording was real without any graphics manipulation.
By the way, about the wind shield wipers in the new Honda Accords, they are sensitive to water and designed to start working as soon as they get wet.
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