Formed back in 1985, Roksan is a pioneering brand in the field of turntables, amplifications and digital sources. With the launch of their new Attessa range, Roksan wanted a high-end promotional film, or rather, music video to allow their products to shine.
Music for our ears! Working with Roksan (and the Essex-based, parent company, Monitor Audio) for a number of years, Lambda Films produced (with the help of McCann Worldgroup) a sleek and stylish vignette of the Roksan family of products within the daily (and family) lives of their consumers.
Supporting the creative vision with professional video and post-production, Lambda Films transformed everyday routine into something more akin to a music video. The lack of customary narration let the calming imagery speak for itself. Masterful editing paired with Milano’s “Suspect” track compels viewers to nod their heads in rhythm.
Strange as it sounds, this shoot was also a first for Lambda. Experimenting with the Dedo Lightstream system enabled harnessing the natural light and creating a beautiful, gentle and homely aesthetic for the video.
2. Temple & Webster by Vidico
Brief and humorous
Temple & Webster is Australia’s #1 online retailer of furniture and homewares. Becoming the market leader took far more than 30 seconds, but the ad video, created by Vidico, demonstrates why T&W’s deserving of the throne.
An extensive online campaign via YouTube and broader social channels resulted in a 335% increase in brand awareness and drove all other areas of brand awareness in a steep upward trend.
They also included a TVC campaign further building advertising recall.
Among other factors, this success can be attributed to the fact that the video focuses on a single message and/or tagline: “Furniture of your dreams, delivered.”
The commercial is a perfect blend of optimistic, tongue-in-cheek, Aussie humor, ideal length, color choice and video & sound design. It’s positive, practical, beautiful and most important of all, familiar.
Rocketwheel’s “Barber” video is an excellent example of how your day-to-day routine haircut can be transformed into an exciting experience.
It’s not just the stylish hairdo, mind you, but the way it’s presented. With impressive, almost 360-degree camera shots, imposing closeups and appealing music choice, the video is more akin to the “Hollywood magic” found in blockbusters like “John Wick.”
Clocking at just around 20 seconds, it manages to demonstrate meticulous skill, both of the barbers’ and the team behind the lenses.
Corel PaintShop Pro 2021 is the latest version of the renowned image editing software that focuses on speeding up and improving a range of tasks through the power of AI.
“Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced image editor, the software is designed to provide levels of functionality and automation to appeal to all ability levels.”
This is the statement used as a basis of Simple Story’s video creation. Without using anything outside the confines of this rather impressive editing software, the agency managed to craft an exciting reel of its functionality.
There’s no unnecessary narration, just the sheer power of PSP 2021, boosted by the thrilling background rhythm.
The video is a textbook example of what video marketing should look like – it doesn’t try to sell, it simply delivers. (In Yoda’s great words: “Do, or do not. There is no try.”) It’s simple, on point and visually impressive.
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While it is true that IoT home solutions have not quite taken off as predicted a few years back, there is a definite trend in personalized nutrition delivery systems which are increasingly coming closer to our homes.
Tespo, one of the market trendsetters, a vitamin and supplement dispenser company, delivers nutrition formulas in individually dosed, 31-serving pods that allow consumers to take the formulas as liquids, thus eliminating pills and increasing user compliance.
When producing the Tespo video, Three Lyons Creative’s primary objective was fairly simple – point to obviously superior features. However, the agency went beyond by telling a story, demonstrating the unique value proposition and instructing users on how to use the ingeniously simple vitamin dispensers, all while staying within the relative periphery of traditional product commercial methodology.
Three Lyons Creative developed a three-story treatment. Starting with a concept called “End Your Vitamin Nightmare,” they put together a 1:20 minute video ad that mixes animated nightmare humor with product beauty shots.
Located on the world-famous Carnaby Street in the West End of London, (right under the famous Spirit of Soho mural), Rolling Stones CS is a brand-new exciting flagship store that brings the spirit of the 60s to the present day.
This isn’t just another retail shop. It’s an ultimate experience for Rolling Stones fans, young and old. True to their name, Our Own Brand made an original and head-turning campaign that not only supports RSCS’ launch but also embodies the said experience.
The end result is a truly unique, London-centric video that seamlessly balances past and present.
With the global heritage (as well as notoriety) of the Stones setting this epic scene, the agency decided to throw caution out of the window and shoot solely on 16mm and 35mm film for both stills and moving images, harking back to the cameras of the 60s and 70s to create the same warm, albeit gritty feel.
Last but not least, even the legends themselves took part in the campaign. The Rolling Stones posted it across all of their social and digital channels and the launch of the store was a storming success.
7. Samsung x The New York Times by BluBlu Studios
Fortunately for all of us, the so-called “green agenda” is becoming more and more dominant in recent years. Large brands are focusing on sustainable and environmentally friendly practices and such is the case with Samsung as well.
In co-operation with T Brand, BluBlu Studios created a charming animated film for Samsung’s new generation washing machine and its eco-friendly solutions.
The goal was to showcase the benefits of using the product and how it's positively affecting the users' lives. Delightful animation, paired with lulling music and narration glues the audience’s eyes to the screen, while educating them about what’s truly important — the environment
8. A Cut Above by Charter and Co
Ear-pleasing sound design
FryingPan Bacon does a lot more than making great food – they tell a story with each pack of bacon. Behind each tasty morsel is a sustainable process and caring, cruelty-free farms. That's too long of a tale for your typical packaging label, so the company decided on another form of storytelling to elevate their message — a brand anthem video, or a series of them.
An ideal partner for this project, Charter & Co took both the product and its story on a road trip. Traveling from the Chicago suburbs to Aspen, Colorado, C&Co created an airtight plan, assembled their best gear and traveled West. Both literally and in spirit.
The combination of impressive vistas, somber Old West-inspired guitar strumming and Charles Bronson-like voice-over transports viewers to the frontier, making them feel every whiff of the bacon sizzling in the wild.
The video truly is "A Cut Above," promoting sustainability, wholesome tastiness and traditional notes interweaved throughout.
9. Introducing REVEAL by Production M
Pleasant music score
Reveal video (by Firework) is a patent-pending technology that combines horizontal and vertical video into a uniquely immersive viewing experience. This exciting feature allows creators to think “outside the frame” and make something truly innovative. On the other side of the screen, REVEAL takes viewers on an immersive journey through short-form video.
When creating a video ad for the revolutionary app, Production M didn’t have to look far for inspiration. They just REVEALED (pun intended) its features in a fun and creative way. By blending the user’s perspective with an enjoyable music score, Production M opened a “window” of opportunities.
As the commercial suggests, the HydroTap by Zip Water is not just a faucet, but water at its best. With its dazzling ability to instantly dispense filtered boiling, chilled and/or sparkling water, it's no wonder the HydroTap is becoming the center of day-to-day life.
For that reason, it was only logical for JV Studios to center the video around the lifestyle and everyday uses of how the HydroTap is your one-stop shop for all your drinking needs.
Rather than focusing on the wow effect, or innovation previously seen on shows like "The Jetsons", JV Studios aims to "share a drink" with the viewers and showcase HydroTap as the future of every household.
11. LabVantage by MultiVision Digital
Creative use of infographics
LabVantage Solutions, Inc., based in Somerset, NJ, provides laboratories with a comprehensive portfolio of informatics products and services, including Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), integrated electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) and business intelligence.
Their industry-leading solutions and services, as well as more than three-decades-long experience in laboratory informatics, are expertly showcased in the featured video, produced by masters of the trade, MultiVision Digital.
It's more than just beautiful visuals, but the combination of informative narration, well-directed staff, striking infographics and copy that keeps the audience's eyes glued to the screen. The video manages to tell a story and "sell" the brand and its services as leading in the industry.
12. Kodak Alaris M1 by The DVI Video
Real people testimonials
On-screen graphics and stats
Emphasis on convenience
Since Kodak Alaris released a new photo printing machine with a sleek, modern design, they wanted to show grocers across the US exactly how convenient it’d be to place said machines in grocery stores.
They asked the DVI Video to create an inviting promo video, and the agency delivered.
In the (rather absurd) era where we, on average, take more photos daily than we took in a year just two decades ago, the truth is - we never physically make them. The age of photo albums is sadly passed. Or not, if Kodak Alaris has anything to say about it.
To change the general perception of physical photographs, the DVI Video used real people rediscovering the magic. Combining the casual testimonials with clean graphics and on-screen statistics (that proved even young adults in the digital age still love a classic printed photo), DVI made sure Kodak Alaris stands tall. Conveniently.
"Are you ready to upgrade your vitamin game?" Nourished (or Nourish3d) is the world's first truly personalized nutrition product made by patented 3D printing tech and a vegan encapsulation formula to create totally bespoke and delicious vitamin stacks.
So, let us get this straight... 3D printed vegan vitamin nutrients? Sounds a little farfetched, however, the brand's promo video, made by Coal, proves that the future is now and it's here.
It shows the product journey - from an innovative, custom printing process, tailored exactly to consumer needs to its delivery.
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