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Ad of the Week: Tesco Mobile: Friend Request & Bedroom – Chemistry


The Lowdown: We’ve all been there. You’re put in an awkward position, and the correct course of action is suddenly obscured by a million frantic brain-farts. These perplexingly complicated scenarios take center stage in our new campaign for Tesco Mobile. The TV spots feature two particularly tricky conundrums, and suggest that while life can be complicated, choosing your phone network...

Ireland’s best value retailer launches new campaign and will help consumers save money


Ad of the Week: Aldi Swap and Save Ad Aldi Ireland has launched its latest advertising campaign which aims to help Irish consumers save on their annual grocery shopping bill. The new campaign features real households and families from around the country and the savings they made by swapping to Aldi. The campaign follows four families, tracking their shopping spend over eight...

Lidl Ireland Christmas 2015 – Postman Derek – Chemistry


The lowdown: Christmas is brilliant isn't it? Except for when it's not. It's a little talked about fact, but sometimes Christmas can get a little bit, well, un-fun. Luckily even the most die hard Scrooge can't resist Lidl's delicious range of festive food, and the Christmas spirit is restored once again; allowing one and all to 'share a Lidl bit...

Ad of the Week: Vanguard for Dunnes Stores – Thinkhouse


Credits: Agency - Thinkhouse Advertiser - Dunnes Stores Title - Vanguard for Dunnes Stores, a new collection by Paul Galvin Creative Directors: Paul Galvin + Jane McDaid Director: Jamie Brennan Art Direction: Kevin Goss Ross/Michael Roulstone Account team: Ashley Reddin/Anne Nuding Recording Studio: Moynihan Russell The Lowdown: Paul Galvin launched his debut menswear collection, VANGUARD, in collaboration with Dunnes Stores. Thinkhouse produced a 90 second video ad and seeded...

Ad of the Week: Heineken Launches New Appleman’s Cider Campaign


Heineken Ireland has launched a new campaign called “The Joy of Simple” for its new premium cider Applemans which now joins its stablemate Orchard Thieves. The agency partners working on the campaign include Rothco, Starcom, MCCP and Thinkhouse. According to Emma-Jane McKeown, senior brand manager of Appleman’s: “Irish people expect, and deserve, choice – they have it in wine and in...

Campaign of the Week: Dubliners, Don’t be Dick


JWT Folk, Dublin City Council, South Dublin County Council, Fingal County Council and the Environmental Protection Agency, have a message for Dubliners: “Don’t be Dick”. This attention-demanding line is part of a new campaign aimed at educatingDubliners on the environmental impact of using disposable plastic cups. The reality is that ‘disposable’ cups are not really disposable. They are not recycled...

Ad of the Week: Lidl Full Shop – Chemistry


The Lowdown: New TVC for Lidl Ireland to promote the launch of their full shop campaign which shows you can save up to 50% of your shopping bill by doing your main shop at Lidl. Made by Chemistry. Credits: Agency: Chemistry Creative Director: Mike Garner Concept and copywriter:  Emmet Wright Art Director: Orlagh Daly Copywriter:  Kathryn Murphy Strategic Director:  Sinead Cosgrove Agency Producer: Fiona McGarry Director: David C. Kerr Producer: ...

Ad of the Week: Boys and Girls Launch New Campaign and Brand Identity for Three Mobile


Mobile phone operator Three Mobile has launched a major new rebrand and advertising campaign which will span TV, digital, OOH, radio, social and PR. The Make it Count campaign kicked off this week. “We’re delighted to unveil the work we’ve been doing on behalf of Three over the past number of months. It’s an evolution that moves the brand forward...

Ad of the Week: – Simple is Smarter


In January of 2018, the Insurance landscape in Ireland will be presented with a bold new message from Simple is Smarter. The new brand platform will launch with a TVC that looks at the frontlines of insurance-related stress, with a grey hair welcoming a new arrival on the scene and commiserating over their fate. The scenario is resolved with a simple statement:...

Dublin Bus – The Mad Dash Home – Rothco


The Lowdown: Creative Agency Rothco and Dublin Bus have teamed up with mother–son duo, Baz and Nancy from hit Sky TV show ‘50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy’, in a new campaign to give customers a behind-the-scenes look at the people in Dublin Bus’s Central Control Centre. In the online film, ‘The Mad Dash’, which launches today, mischievously likeable son Baz...

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