You know, I do believe that is a 'pec'...
Very enjoyable animation ... for a petrolhead. Perfect work of Grieg to accompany it. Liked the missdirect at the end. Which Sixties soft top is it? A Triumph?
Someone's posted this link before. I think it was 5wheels.
Enjoyed that. The music brought back memories of living with my Dad in London as a teenager as he used to play Grieg on vinyl regularly. Peer Gynt Suite if I remember rightly. Looked like a Spitfire to me?
And another one...
I remember that commercial; it's message was repetitive, it's imagery too redolent of the boy racer. Holding it to empty streets of Rome and straight to a gas station might have avoided it backfiring, or perhaps Monaco. The aural roar linked to the Coliseum grab attention.
He did the job correct,He had nuts and bolts left over HOORAY!!!! great find.
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There was only one message so it can't be repetitive.
I don't remember seeing that ad, but it was well worth watching, unlike some Eastern European meerkat talking about a car insurance comparison website. Thanks for sharing!
You mean, a musical refrain cannot be repeated until it becomes insistent? What a quaint idea.
I detest advertising agencies and their pretensions at cleverness when all they deal in is plagiarism and lies. See the film Wag the Dog.
Silly sweeping statement (not to mention silly reference point in Wag The Dog). Like most everything else advertising contains both good and bad and as such, along side all the hacks, also hosts some of the best creative minds on the planet. Some of it is clever. Not all of it is plagiarism and lies.