Instagram is more than just an app for photo filters, it's a community to share stories. And sometimes, the app's built-in features aren't good enough to tell the story you want to. But there are some innovative third-party apps that let you get creative with Instagram. Third-party apps for Instagram are nothing new. In fact,…
This is a simple, fun spot that’s executed perfectly. But what I especially admire is all the things this commercial ISN’T: demos of CGI stomach diagrams expanding and turning from blue to red, a woman at a party agonizing over how to handle the hostess offering her bruschetta, a man trying to hide his discomfort.
When you think of the commercials for urinary problems that feature pipe people, or the football-throwing big toe for a toe fungus remedy, this looks even smarter. A breath of fresh air even.
There are two other spots, but this one is my favorite.
Agency: adam&eveDDB, London. Directors: Kyra Buschor, Constantin Paeplow. Via: The Drum.
Recently, I asked Kennedy to share a few tips for anyone who aspires to be a better storyteller, whether it’s in front of five people at a bar or 500 in a sold-out theater. Those who follow his advice just might become addicted to the process, too:
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