Like the Olympics and football’s World Cup, rugby’s biggest tournament makes its appearance on the international stage only once every four years. Coinciding with the Rugby World Cup 2011 kicking off today, Campaign takes a look at 10 of the best rugby-themed TVCs that set off to tackle the hearts and minds of consumers.
Keith Ho, executive creative director, Grey Hong Kong, shares on his love for chocolate and cats and his frequent visits to his planet of ideas via his bed and bathtub - no cupboards involved though.
Bernard Chan, senior creative director at M&C Saatchi Hong Kong, talks to Campaign about his memorable first advertisement, moving back to Hong Kong from Canada, and ceiling-gazing.
TBWA Singapore's Maurice Wee opens up to Campaign on his worst job ever, recalling his first ever advertisement in the industry, and tumbling into the best bed in the world.
Elvis Chau, executive creative director at JWT Shanghai, shares his stories on where he goes to be inspired, spending the day with Bruce Lee, and his worst haircut ever.
Alex Castro, creative director at Publicis JimenezBasic, takes time off his busy schedule to share his stories on how he cut his teeth in the advertising industry, being impressed with people having a great sense of humour, and going home at 5 pm to prove a theory.
Leo Burnett Melbourne's executive creative director Jason Williams spills the beans on his passion for hiking, his worst job ever, and the ad he wishes he made.
James Bernardo, executive creative director at Bates 141 Philippines on how he stumbled upon the advertising industry, what it takes to impress him, and revealing his guilty pleasure.
Simon Handford, executive creative director at Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Hong Kong, shares his experiences of packing shelves in a supermarket, looking like Sinead O' Connor, and the thrill of watching people argue in public.
Ken Tan, creative director at Bates 141 Singapore, takes time off to share with Campaign Asia his guilty pleasure, worst haircuts, and dreams of sitting for one of Andy Warhol's famous portraits.
Ali Shabaz, chief creative officer at Grey Group Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia opens up to Campaign Asia on selling encyclopedias from door to door, writing ‘murderer’ in ads, and looking like Mr. T.
3D this, and 3D that. From televisions and cameras to movies, the world has reignited its fascination with three-dimensional technology. Showing our own affinity for it, the staff at Campaign Asia-Pacific have compiled our ten favourite 3D TVCs. So put on your red and blue 3D glasses to view the 3D version of the TVCs in the links below.
Subha Naidu, creative director at Iris Singapore, talks toilets with Campaign.
Budjette Tan, deputy executive creative director at McCann Worldgroup Philippines, on how he found himself working in the advertising industry, his experience in working on a Christmas event, and how his typical days used to resemble an episode of '24'.
On the eve of the much-hyped royal wedding in London, Campaign Asia takes a look at some of the best wedding TVCs from around the world to mark the historic event. Here's to William and Kate.
Creative director Masato Mitsudera of Beacon Communications K.K./Leo Burnett shares his stories on looking good in a speedo, working at the post office and kick-starting his career in advertising career.
Chief creative officer Edward Ong of Y&R Malaysia chats with Campaign Asia on his first ever job, what it takes to impress him and his guilty pleasure.
Noel Yeo, creative director at BBH Asia-Pacific, on his worst job ever, what he would have been if not for advertising and where he goes to be inspired.
In the light-hearted spirit of April Fool's Day, Campaign Asia has compiled a list of 10 funny television commercials from across the globe. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Joey Ong, executive creative director at DDB Philippines, shares how he got into the industry, his first ever ad and his worst haircut.