Ryan Reynolds loved Aviation Gin so much he bought the entire company. When they decided on to do a limited-edition signature bottle, Ryan blew every one of them himself and etched them by hand. This level of dedication is so impressive, even Fyre Festival hero Andy King approves.
After more than a decade without a championship win, Tiger Woods went home with the green jacket. His 2019 Master's victory became the 15th major titles for the 43-year-old golfer and put him down for one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. To celebrate, Nike released this tribute ad to his win.
Love them or hate them, siblings are forever the greatest partners in crime. In honor of National Siblings Day, Diamondback Bicycles pays tribute to the brothers and sisters out there with this all-too-accurate short film.
KFC has yet another new Colonel. Rather than a comedian or high-profile celebrity, the fast food brand enlisted RoboCop to don the signature stash. The choice comes after the secret recipe was in need of transport from a relatively secure safe at the KFC Headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky to the Bahnhof Underground Data Center in Stockholm.
Following up on his Super Bowl ad for Turkish Airlines, Ridley Scott directs a short for Hennessy X.O. His latest effort leans more toward his sci-fi roots, featuring a visual odyssey through the seven tasting notes found in the complex cognac. While the 60-second version will air during the Oscars, this extended cut is worthy of an award on its own.
Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds have finally come to a truce. After a year of social media banter, the Merc with a Mouth and Wolverine decide to play nice and make commercials for each other's companies, Laughing Man Coffee and Aviation Gin. Apparently, one of them is still holding a grudge.
You already know StockX is the place for limited edition sneakers and streetwear, but they also offer a wide selection of quality timepieces. Their open marketplace has everything from the most sought after Rolex Submariner and Omega Speedmaster, to more accessible options like the Casio G-Shock. After you find the perfect watch, buyers can place bids using real-time data provided alongside the product. There's no reason to stress about quality because once you've made a purchase, StockX will authenticate and verify the condition before shipping it out.
Presented by StockX.
There's nothing quite as rewarding as a sip of your favorite spirit after a long day in the outdoors, and High Camp Flasks make it easy to enjoy that beverage. Both the 375mL Halflight and 750mL Firelight flasks are vacuum-insulated and integrate magnetic, double-wall tumblers into their cylindrical design, ensuring you've always got a cup on hand wherever you may be. Each tumbler magnetically attaches to the flask as its lid so you won't misplace it and leave it behind. The larger Firelight flask has two integrated cups so you can share your vice with a friend, while the smaller Halflight has one cup for partaking on your own while on the go. Each is made from stainless steel and has an electropolished interior that won't retain or impart any flavors to your drinks. Being released for retail exclusively with Uncrate, the 375mL Halflight is only $69 before it goes to full price later this year.
Halflight: 375mL / One Integrated Stainless Cup
Firelight: 750mL / Two Integrated Stainless Cups
Audi snaps us back into an electric-fueled reality for their Big Game ad.
For Christmas 2018, Google launched their Home Alone Again ad campaign, featuring Macaulay Culkin as a grown-up Kevin, home alone in the same house on over Christmas. To wrap up the time warp, Joe Pesci watches the commercial and waits for his big moment, setting around the television with friends and family.
The Dude is known for his White Russians. Carrie Bradshaw is a noted devotee of the Cosmopolitan. For this year's Super Bowl ad, Stella Artois has these screen icons switch up their normal drinks while suggesting you do the same — even if you can't quite pronounce the name.
Mexican airline Aereomexico's number one destination is the United States. The United State's number one destination isn't Mexico — and Aereomexico wants that to change. In exchange for taking a DNA test, Aereomexico offered discounts to people in several states based on the percentage of Mexican ancestry in their results, making for a lot of surprised customers and a few changed minds.
Kevin McCallister is all grown up but this time around, he isn't completely home alone. Google Assistant is there to help when Macaulay Culkin recreates some classic scenes from the 1990 film.
The distillation process behind booze is always fascinating but the techniques used for Aviation Gin are downright unbelievable. From sunrise meditations to serenades by Sarah McLachlan, owner Ryan Reynolds reveals the extreme measures his distillers go through the ensure each bottle of Aviation Gin is impeccable.
The latest feel-good holiday ad comes courtesy of Apple. Featuring the song "Come Out and Play" by Billie Eilish, their animated spot follows a creative spirit who hides away her talents because she's too afraid to share them. Things get warm and fuzzy when her creations make it outside of her apartment to a city of soon-to-be fans.
Department store John Lewis' Christmas ads have unofficially kicked off the start of the season in the UK since 2007. Until now, the ads used covers of famous songs that were so popular some of them even charted on the UK Singles Chart. This year, John Lewis pulled out all the stops, bringing in music icon Elton John in a retrospective of his career set to "Your Song". Sitting at the piano Elton got for Christmas as a boy, the ad travels back in time to a gift that would change his life — and launch one of the most storied careers in pop music history.
For those that grew up in late '70s and '80s, the graphic designs of NASA are some of the most memorable of the period, appearing on everything from hats to the Space Shuttle. This reprinting of the NASA Graphics Standards Manual celebrates this outstanding identity system, which was used from 1975 to 1992. Recreated for public use for the first time from the personal copies of the original designers, Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, it covers the logo, placement, color schemes, and other design standards that helped capture the imagination of a generation and make the American space agency a lasting, iconic part of our legacy of exploration. Included are scans of Danne's personal copy of the original manual, a forward from Danne, an essay by Christopher Bonanos, reproductions of the original NASA 35mm slide presentation, and scans of the 'Managers Guide', a follow up booklet distributed by NASA. Each copy is individually wrapped in a foil static shield, adding even more nostalgic rocket-age flair to this iconic design reference.
220 pages / 129 Image Plates / 9.5" x 11.5" / Hardcover
Since 2012, Portland-based James Brand has kept the adventurous armed for the everyday. The company was originally built on the idea that "if you can't find what you want, you might have to make it yourself," so that's exactly what they did. Their collection of modern, minimal tools and knives are made from premium materials with practicality in mind, ensuring they're up for whatever task comes your way.
Presented by James Brand.
Get inspired to follow your dreams with Nike's latest powerful campaign. Narrated by Colin Kaepernick, the ad highlights athletes like Shaquem Griffin, Alphonso Davies, Serena Williams, and LeBron James who beat the odds to not just play their sports, but dominate them.
Today, Serena Williams returns to the US Open. The tennis legend took a break after the birth of her daughter and several injuries. In this touching tribute, Nike celebrates Williams' comeback with clips of some of her greatest moments from the tournament mixed with vintage clips of a young Serena and words of encouragement from her coach and father Richard Williams.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson has gone from crushing skulls on Game of Thrones to crushing chicken sandwiches for KFC. After leaving his hometown in Kentucky to train in Iceland, The Mountain becomes the Double Colonel after pulling 700-ish pounds of crispy poultry.
Before he even stepped foot in The Q, Lebron James had already been branded as "The Chosen One." But sixteen years and dozens of accolades later, King James has truly lived up to the name. Nike honors him and his eighth straight trip to the NBA Finals with this ad starring the 17-year-old aspiring basketball legend.
Apple's HomePod is giving us a commercial and a music video in one with this Spike Jonze-directed short film. Starring FKA Twigs, the singer dances around her apartment for four straight minutes to "Til It's Over" by Anderson .Paak. While it doesn't promise to give you dimension-stretching moves like these, the voice-controlled speaker can guarantee a stress-releasing dance session after a rough day at work.
Athletes, actors, and Bill Nye band together for Nike's latest ad. When the Earth comes to a screeching halt and there isn't a Marvel superhero in sight, the regular Joes of the world, along with Kobe Bryant, Kevin Hart, Simone Biles, and The Science Guy, do their best to get it back in motion.
It's never too early for the John Lewis Christmas ad. Featuring elbow's cover of The Beatles song "Golden Slumbers", this year's Michel Gondry-directed spot won't leave you in the usual puddle of tears, but little Joe and his new monster friend Moz getting into some midnight mischief will put a smile on your face.
If It, Stranger Things, and Ronald McDonald had a baby, it would be this eerie new ad for Burger King. The fast-food chain is getting into the Halloween spirit with a scary clown night. The first 500 people to sport their Pennywise-inspired costumes will earn themselves a free Whopper. Make sure you're at a participating restaurant in Miami, Boston, Los Angeles, Austin, or Salt Lake City, otherwise your just a creep in a clown costume.
Although it may be hard for students to stand up to their peers, you'd think it'd be easy for adults to step in when they see a kid being bullied. In a public restaurant. Right in front of their face. To test this theory, Burger King did their own social experiment to find out what was more offensive — a bullied High School Jr. or a Whopper Jr. The results are unfortunate, but hopefully eye-opening too. Learn how to stand up for all juniors at NoBully.org.
Scrolling through our Twitter feed while eating with our family. Checking out Instagram when we're pushing our daughter on the swing. We're all guilty of it. In this Common Sense PSA, Will Ferrell shows us just what kind of awful human beings we are and reminds us why we need more device free moments in our lives.
Everyone loves ice cream. Unless you're dead, in a purgatory where a robot force-feeds you nothing but ice cream all day for eternity. And everyone you love is gone. Eat the ice cream.
Between starring in feature films, an HBO series, and giving rock bottoms, Dwayne Johnson is a pretty busy man. But not too busy to take on a few more ventures. With some help from Siri, The Rock checks off his "Life Goals" list one intergalactic selfie at a time.
It was the Seinfeld of ad campaigns. After the spectacular failure of New Coke, Coca Cola decided to try again, this time with something targeted to a more narrow, youth-oriented audience — OK Soda. It failed too, but the advertising was ahead of its time. Thomas Flight looks at the strange combination of advertising and postmodern philosophy in this video essay.
In a strange turn of events, one of the best reboots of 2017 just might be a Domino's Pizza commercial. With Joe Keery playing the iconic 80's slacker Ferris Bueller, the Stranger Things star races home to beat the delivery man in an almost an exact remake of the film's "race home" scene. The ad tops it off with a cameo from Alan Ruck, having us begging for a complete film.