And now the endline has gone back to making sense, this one’s a real winner.
Yep – this and the original Lurpak ads from the same campaign – all properly brilliant.
What a beautifully shot ad. Love it. Not keen on the music though – it gets very repetitive and could have worked harder. A great ad.
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Fair frickin’ play
Reminds me of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ej8-Rqo-VT4
Spolit by the poor 3D cheese grater at 0.49 seconds…
preferred it when the writing wasn’t so try hard
Actually want an omelette now. nicely done. got a bit Real Men of Genius with the VO but it’s definitely butter ad of the year. so far!
not that there’s anything wrong with that.
i’ve tried to pay homage on many a brand.
and they put their own spin on it with the table top stuff, like you say.
Lovely. First the Ashes and now this, a good start to the year for the poms.
There are a lot of ads using that Miller Time VO now – the Droga after hours athlete trotted it out as well.
The action film fireball effect is genius.
“i’ve never seen table top shot so brilliantly”
stop blowing smoke you fucking southern fairy!
What would the French do? They wouldn’t use a butter that comes from Denmark. Convince me why I shouldn’t buy the best of British.
Mancneil, this is (mainly) an advertising blog.
Everything about it is ‘fucking southern fairy’.
‚Ä¶and Vinny, I’d say you should ditch the Icelandic stuff and track down your Irish. Unless of course Bj√∂rk has got you by the sweet and lowdowns.
Just in case you thought the ‘convince me why I shouldn’t buy the best of British’ comment wasn’t valid, see http://ht.ly/3BIz3
Seems the link is a bit iffy.
Anyways it’s from Marketing Week.
Flying the flag gives brands a real advantage
Iconic British brands Land Rover and Hamley‚Äôs may have foreign owners, but research shows that any brand able to demonstrate its homegrown roots will find favour with consumers.
British business is being used as a political tool in the general election battle. The Conservative manifesto promises to weed out those brands making false claims to be British, while the Labour Party promises to make it harder for foreign companies to complete hostile takeovers of British businesses.
These policies address valid concerns among the British public, according to new research.
The study shows three-quarters of Britons think about a brand‚Äôs nationality when they go shopping.
Please stop wittering on.
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