Thanks to Emile Rafael, this dreamlike cinematic voyage doesn’t just express the unexpected wonder in every road trip. Set against misty mountains and roiling seas that echo Emilie Nicolas’s native Scandinavia, it also perfectly captures the triumphant, one-of-a-kind vibe of her debut single for Sony/RCA Records.
When agency Havas looked to re-energize The Most Interesting Man in the World, Mike G.’s solution was this slyly funny, strikingly authentic spot: an unprecedented peek inside the character’s present, an entertaining expansion of his past, and a compelling new chapter in the “Stay Thirsty” legend.
From a mere $50,000 Kickstarter campaign, director Mischa Rozema and his cohorts in Postpanic created Sundays, an awe-inspiring sci-fi short. This provocative trailer for the 14-minute film helped spark an Internet sensation, a Hollywood frenzy—and soon after, a deal to adapt Sundays into a feature film for Warner Bros.
Starring the brilliant Greg Cromer (Mad Men, Bad Words), this collaboration between Mike G. and agency Innocean delivers the type of casual charm and authentic humor that levitate products to magical new heights.
Despite what so many other commercials try to tell us, beer isn’t always for the good times. From the visionary minds of directing duo Wolfberg, this against-the-grain masterpiece for agency Kaspen/Jung von Matt is more than just an industry award-winner—it may just redefine the genre.
With assistance from cinematographer Mattias Rudh, Christoffer von Reis takes us on a delightful filmic tour of heavenly slumbers for agency Akestam Holst. It’s a beautiful reminder that, even for us grown-ups, the childlike serenity of a good snooze is only an IKEA trip away.
Like the mysterious creature stalking through its post-industrial shadowlands, this absorbing video from Postpanic mashes the familiar and the unexpected into an animated fever dream viewers won’t want to wake up from. Its dark surrealism gives fascinating new form to SBTRKT’s hypnotic rhythms.