Tiny Animals Enjoying Tiny Festivities

Workplace productivity has gone out the window once again thanks to “Tiny Birthday for a Tiny Hedgehog,” the latest time-wasting video from agency HelloDenizen that has first-worlders convulsively hitting replay.

The Los Angeles shop, on a self-promotional odyssey of precious proportions, unleashed “Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos” in April. It has nearly 8 million YouTube views (though you can watch it below if you’re late to the fiesta). Now the hamsters join their hedgehog pal for a bash that’s racked up 1 million views since launching a week ago.

HelloDenizen’s Joel Jensen describes the new video as an attempt to expand on earlier concepts and add some new layers. The results are mind-meltingly cute. You’ve got itsy-bitsy presents wrapped in fancy paper, itty-bitty balloons, eentsy-weentsy festive hats and widdle whiskers coated in creamy icing as furry faces happily munch away.

This birthday party takes the cake.

via adweek


Mo Farah fronts Quorn Mince campaign

Quorn has a new 2014 brand ambassador, Olympic double Gold medal winner Mo Farah.

Long distance runner, Farah was revealed as the new face of the brand yesterday for New Year, featuring in a new advertising campaign and sharing tips to Quorn fans on their Facebook page.

A healthy protein source, Quorn is a must for kick start New Year dieters and a personal favourite of mine also.


Nike Run Like Me

Nike Japan combined Facebook with Nike+ and real world running for what they called “a social running experiment”. Runner, Joseph Tame looking dashing left, is one of the famous runners of the Tokyo Marathon, every year he runs with his unique running style and costume. Joseph would run 10 meters every time the campaign’s Facebook Like button was pressed. Nike+ GPS was used to track each run along the way.  In 30 days, Joseph ran an unbelievable 42,000 meters and proved that the Nike LunarGlide+ 4 really does make you run longer.

Catch the video below to see how it worked!


KitKat Baby Boogie


So you’ve probably seen Evian’s Roller Babies video — it’s one of the most viral ads of all time, kiddies on skates, can’t go wrong. If you thought that was a bowl of sugar though how about KitKat’s latest adorable stunt?

Racking up more than 2.7 million views since it’s release, this kooky clip made our Ad Watch of the week.


Does this make you hungry for a KitKat?


Finding Your Way to Oz

In collaboration with Disney, Google has launched its latest Chrome Experiment “Find Your Way To Oz” and it’s certainly catching some attention. Putting you in the driving seat, this crazy-cool experience extends the world of Disney’s new feature film “Oz The Great and Powerful” to your browser. Don’t be fooled though, it’s not all yellow brick roads.


Check out a sneak peak here:

Enjoy the ride folks,


Nestlé Will Find You!

Now then, didn’t think you would find a GPS in your KitKat now did you?!

Nestlé’s latest “We Will Find You” campaign at first sounds like some creepy paedophile, but give it a minute &  you will see theres some potential here..

Six Nestlé chocolate bars in the U.K. have been equipped with GPS trackers that when opened, send a signal to the Nestlé prize team who WILL, track you down & give you £10,000.

KitKat’s anyone?!

Ad Watch Of The Week!

This week’s ad watch comes from Windows Phone, who shows that advertising doesn’t have to be glum!

Coca Cola Frenzy!

To celebrate London 2012, Coca Cola is offering Great Britain a free Coca-Cola & what a way to get noticed and I can only assume be hit in the face, than building a giant Coca Cola machine in London!

You can grab your free can on Monday the 3rd of September here, it might not be a £1m jackpot but it’s the thought that counts.

Katy Perry Really Likes Those Popchips..

Oh Katy, why must you put us through this?

You’ve got it folks Katy Perry is the new face for PopChips, following the iconic footsteps of sex on legs Ashton Kutcher & P. Diddy (or whatever his name is nowadays). Looking ever so flamboyant as we would of course expect!

We can’t deny though she looks like she’s having a whole lot of camera fun here & not to be a pessimist the vibrant use of colour and tongue & check approach is actually pretty cute!

But lets me serious if Katy Perry eats PopChips she wouldn’t be paper thin, either that or they have gone straight to her t*ts.

Marketing Disasters

Heres a quick tasty treat for you folks, Watch Mojo‘s top 10 marketing mishaps of all time..

Just proves that what may seem like a good idea at the time can also be a train reck!