In this commercial inspired by James Bond movies, a spy infiltrates a train carrying his secret weapon of 007 colognes and deodorants. The spy then defeats the evil mastermind and wins the affection of a beautiful woman. The narrator warns the viewer that anyone that uses the product will have a license to kill women.
An advertisement for a 1959 Mercury automobile in which a spokesperson demonstrates the quality of the car's enamel by exposing the car to various stimuli, including fire, oil, detergent, water, and gravel. Submitted for Clio Awards category Autos.
An advertisement for a 1960 Mercury automobile in which the car takes a fantasy trip to Jamaica, where it travels around the country and the Jamaican population performs labor and sings a jingle for the Mercury during a celebration. Submitted for Clio Awards category Autos.
An advertisement for a 1960 Plymouth automobile in which a salesperson describes the car's capabilities while offscreen a series of sound effects play to create interest. Submitted for Clio Awards category Autos.
An animated advertisement for 3M in which a man in an office tries to avoid social interactions by camouflaging as various objects around him. An offscreen male narrator talks about how workers in many jobs learn that they should stay out of sight and not contribute much in order to stay out of trouble, but 3M encourages employee collaboration and input. The ad concludes with the man being asked for his input on a project, at which point he stops camouflaging himself and begins collaborating. One of the winners of the 1971 Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 4711 Original Eau de Cologne in which a jingle plays over various scenes of people biking, picnicking, sitting at cafes, and doing office work. Submitted for the Clio Awards International category.
A woman applies 48 Hour Cologne Deodorant after her shower which allows her to be admire as she walks through the streets. A jingle is sung, and a narrator talks about the benefits of using the cologne.
An advertisement for 5 Day Deodorant Pads in which an offscreen male narrator describes how the pads more effectively cover the armpit with antiperspirant than do roll-on, cream, and spray deodorants. The effectiveness of the different deodorant types is visualized with white paint lines across a black background. Submitted for the Clio Awards.