Creative Showcase: Tongue Papercuts, Money Lovin’

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Bontrust – “Increase in Currency (Money Love)”

“Mommy, where do little dollar bills come from?” Abe Lincoln stars as the philanderer and the Queen is a slut in this video for a German finance company. Warning: Origami dollar bills engage in some serious hardcore humping.

No, it’s not a joke. The beautiful animated graphics belie the dirty, juvenile storyline. It must have cost a chunk of change. Besides 14-year old boys, you’ll have a hard time figuring out who this ad is appropriate for. You won’t believe your eyes.

( Editor’s Note: This YouTube video is no longer available. )

BofA Online Banking Billboards

These aren’t recent, but they are great.

Del Norte CU – New Mexico Hispanic Music Sponorship

A simple, clever, nice piece of work from 3 Advertising, a talented ad agency in Albuquerque.

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Farm Credit Services Southwest – Advertising

More great work from 3 Advertising. Great design, good copy and oozing with a personality that’s totally appropriate for the target audience. This is what can happen when you have a brand focused on a specific and well-defined audience.

PEMCO – “Relentless Recycler”

Presumably after taking heat from some über-greenies, PEMCO Insurance decides to replace it’s “Obsessive Compulsive Recycler” version of this TV spot with something more sensitive to the feelings of humorless eco-extremists.

Kiwi Bank – Website

An attractive website with an interesting interactive banner on the homepage. Check out this intricately rendered virtual world. It works as a interface to explore “lifestage” products and services.

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