While most think of Isaiah Mustafa on a horse when they think of the Old Spice guy, Terry Crews was there earlier on, flexing his pecks and yelling a lot. And he's back for more with a brilliant—and suitably surreal—interactive Vimeo clip made by Wieden + Kennedy called 'muscle music', where different instruments—including a "flame sax"—are played through Crews' rather rhythmical flexing. Pfff, V Motion Project. But wait. There's more. After the vid is finished users can perform and record their own song with the keyboard.
Who's it for: Kiwibank by Assignment Group and National Park
Why we like it: Taking a whimsical, musical approach to promote a fairly serious subject certainly worked for Dumb Ways to Die. And while the song's not quite as catchy as the one penned for Metro Trains, it's similarly well-crafted and would have to take the prize for the best bread-based advertising we've ever seen.
Who's it for: Tui by Saatchi & Saatchi and 8com
Why we like it: Tui has been on a bit of a roll recently, with a big viral hit for its Beer Plumber stunt and the hugely successful Catch a Million campaign. And it's keeping the Beer Plumber alive with a simple spot that shows how such a system would inspire positive neighbourly relations.