Imaginary Forces gets colorful, Shaq gets confused about Shark Week, the NFL gets nostalgic for Dallas, GLOW gets glammed up, and ‘The Terror’ gets even more chilling in the Hot Spots that stood out on Daily Brief in April.
Check out the spots below:
1. Imaginary Forces Creates Colorful World for Nat Geo’s ‘Genius’
For this spot, which manages to be both stark and colorful, Imaginary Forces reimagined three of the artist’s most passionate muses as color palettes. Each woman presents as a different range of colors, just as all women possess different ranges of emotions.
2. It’s ‘Shark Week’ not Shaq Week
Shaquille O’Neal confuses the two in Discovery’s promo for the 30th anniversary of its programming block, kicking off July 22.
3. NFL Recreates ‘Dallas’ Opening Credits for Draft
The National Football League, with help from Los Angeles-based Stun Creative, recreated the opening credits to the famed primetime soap named after the city, featuring the likes of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones and lots of young hopefuls.
4. ‘GLOW’ Gets Glammed Up, ‘Flashdance’ Style, for Season 2
Creative agency bpg used neon lights and graphics to pay up the ‘80s glitz, as the girls put on their leg warmers, bright lipstick and jam out in the locker room, lip syncing to Michael Sembello’s “Manicac” as they get ready to enter the ring—and season two on Netflix.
5. Main Titles for AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Will Give You Chills
Elastic’s Patrick Clair and Raoul Marks use black and white to stark effect in this opening sequence for AMC’s limited series.
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