Advertising Can Be Art – At Least, In Japan.

Just once every blue moon, cialis advertisers take the trouble to produce a product worthy of capturing our attention. No background music was added to the video above. Kenjiro Matsuo was responsible for the amazing woodland xylophone used in this advert for a Sharp cellphone.

I think J.S. Bach would have approved.

My thanks to Al DeVito at “Vineyard Views” for bringing it to my attention.

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2 Replies to “Advertising Can Be Art – At Least, In Japan.”

  1. masa – yes, indeed. Your country and its people are capable of producing much beauty, sufficient to gladden the heart of the whole world.

    We weep for your present suffering.

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