Inspired by the sounds of the Craftsman tools, Young & Rubicam/Chicago teamed up with musician, composer and mixed-media artist Kutiman to create the Craftsman Music Experiment, which proves you can build an inspired digital composition using only Craftsman tools.
Squirrels like to store things. People also like to store things. Which is why it’s nice to have a vehicle capable of transporting said storables. A vehicle like Honda’s all-new Accord Crosstour. The spot airs this Sunday during the 4th quarter of the Saints v. Colts showdown. Whether 4th quarter viewers will identify with the […]
BTW, Pearl Jam is on tour right now. They’re playing Vancouver, WA next Saturday, the 26th, with Ben Harper opening.
I like promotions where the winner gets something he or she would likely never attain without the help of the sponsoring brand. For instance, anyone can book a trip to Hawaii, but it takes some connections to book a recording studio and all the talent it takes to make a record. According to BrandWeek, retailer […]
In the spot above, Dr. Dre teases a song called “Shit Popped Off,” from his long-awaited album Detox, currently slated for a late 2009 release on Aftermath/Interscope. Dre’s last release, Dr. Dre 2001 was in 1999, which gives added meaning to the concept of slow. [via Billboard]
T.L. Stanley at Brandfreak has the following spot in his crosshairs for its misuse of the classic Etta James love song “At Last,” reimagined as an ode to housekeeping.If you’d like to here the entire song in its original context, click here: At Last – Etta James
Cotton Inc. is reintroducing a song from 1989, “The Fabric of Our Lives,” that served through the 1990s as a jingle in commercials for clothing and home furnishings made from cotton. The jingle comes back this week in a campaign from DDB/New York. To make sure the cotton jingle “is relevant to a new audience,” […]