Whats your favorite Samsung advert? Don’t have one do you, didn’t think you would.
It’s about time Samsung started to up the levels on their adverts. They make some great products and are one of the very few electronic companies currently making large profits in today’s economic climate. They don’t really have any excuse for this. With that said check out these two epic big budget adverts put together for the Samsung Smart TV.
A cinemagraphic video that at times is beyond belief. These are still images tied together in a truly mesmerising way.
After watching this video twice over I still don’t get what’s going on, but Im still drawn to it on so many different levels. Big shout out to the director Nick Walker he definitely did his thing.
Notes from director Nick Walker:
“I directed the video in the beginning of Jan 2013 up at the Wright Ranch in Malibu. I had written that treatment 3 yrs ago in a notebook with other ideas and concepts. After a few conversations with Hanni about different video ideas… I sent him over some scans from the notebook with a few different ideas. A year after receiving these he asked me if I was still interested in doing the Wild Asian Motorcycle Sex Gang video… And I said of course.”
I mess with this video so hard, everything works so perfectly. I look forward to see what other pieces are being cooked up by the main lady over at Gingers Vintage and the director & Editor of the film Lana Salfiti
If you are a man allow me to take you one step closer to that dream of being in a ATL’s Magic City by presenting to you Juicy J’s Strip club game. Inspired by his monster track Bands A Make Her Dance, take control of Juicy J and make it rain in the club. “You say no to ratchet pussy, Juicy J can’t!”
Play the game here. Big shout out to my girl mama Jama for bringing this to my attention.
Skepta is coming with that heat, off the back of his Ace Hood Flow record, we see the Tottenham MC continue his exploration of Road Rap wordplay at a slower tempo with ‘Badman In Tivoli’. For those of you unfamiliar with the Jamaican reference, the Badman in Tivoli is a Christopher “Dudus” Coke.
Big shout out to the Trapstar team who recently teamed who recently teamed with computer game Hitman to create a limited edition capsule collection. The collection drops on November the 20th 2012 in conjunction with the launch of the latest game in the Hitman series. As a teaser to the launch they’ve put together this pretty tight video. Make sure you watch it, I can’t lie, it’s A LOT! (minus the font choice at the end)
Art Direction – Mikey Traps
Directed – John Ford,
Produced – Bakar Sharif
Absolutely hilarious, I need more!