Ad Nut
May 19, 2017

This ad is about frustrating instructions, but it's not from Ikea

New brand platform for Kit Kat asks stressed modern humans to 'Snap out of it'.

This is the second ad that Ad Nut has written about today that's from Australia and riffs on a certain Swedish furniture brand (see "This ad discusses soft stools, but it's not from Ikea"). Ad Nut is not complaining, because this new Kit Kat campaign from J Walter Thompson Sydney is also very enjoyable. 

The TVC launches this week on pay and free channels, supported by VOD, Social (Facebook), static OOH and digital OOH. Here's a couple of posters:

CREDITS

Simon Langley – Executive Creative Director
Jay Morgan – Group Digital Creative Director
Steven Hey – Copywriter
Dylan Soopramania – Art Director
Carly Yanco - Strategy Director
Paul Friedmann - Head of Delivery
Bruce Pywell - Group Account Director
Katy Grey - Account Director
Iain Clarke - Print Producer

Production Company: Revolver
Director: Trevor Clarence
Production Company Producer: Nicole Crozier
Editor: Stu Morley
Post Production: The Editors
Sound Design & Music: Nylon

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