Visa: Super Freak

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles, USA
Global Director Media Arts: Lee Clow
Executive Creative Director: Rob Schwartz
Group Creative Director: Patrick O’Neill
Senior Art Directors: Diko Daghlian, Brent Anderson
Senior Copywriter: Steve Howard
Senior Producer: Mary Ellen Duggan
Production Company: Epoch
Director: Phil Morrison
Executive Producer: Jerry Soloman
Line Producer: Jeff MacDougall
Off-line Editorial: HutchCo
Editor: Jim Hutchins
Assistant Editor: Steve Miller
Post Producer: Lecia Badean-Doane
On-Line Editorial: Brickyard
Title/Animation Company: Brand New School
Executive Producer: Jennifer Sofio
Producer: Darren Jaffe
Sound Design: Lime Studios
Sound Designer: Rohan Young


NastyJester's picture
744 pencils

The connection?

SwordfishMedia's picture
40 pencils

I think the basic idea of this commercial is that with a debit card you can buy also music online...

people use debit visa -> buy music online -> more people go funky


Wordnerd's picture
6660 pencils

still random. jesters right

Guest's picture

I think the connection here is that music is listened to pretty much everywhere and the visa card can be used in most establishments.

CurryJ's picture
955 pencils

Like NastyJester asked, where's the connection?

I think; therefore I am

Black Fauns's picture
Black Fauns
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sirvan's picture
29870 pencils

Yay, more people singing a long with a kitsch song. WTF? ...must be a horrible client, because the line is wide-open and the agency doesn't suck, usually.


"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

Guest's picture

super boring!

Guest's picture

That was disappointing.

corndogfuneral's picture
1053 pencils

Totally missed the connection too.

TRICKY's picture
3950 pencils

his "FUNKY" word in the end of the V/O isnt funky at all besides that this kinda of visual edit with ppl singing the same song have been done since the dawn of time

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

Guest's picture

I think it's great.

Guest's picture

I think it was great too. The whole idea was to remember. Key #1 in advertising. The song is catchy, easily remembered, and the link was to Visa. It would appeal to many different people. Good job.

Blair Semenoff's picture
Blair Semenoff
651 pencils

Doesn't fit the "brand" image

Guest's picture

Why is here this commercial?????????

Guest's picture

I love it

Guest's picture

Is the Voice Morgan Freeman??

Guest's picture

love the legs in the dressing room ad better

Guest's picture

haha i love this commercial and the song and the way the guy sitting down with he's headphones sings the song hes suppa funneyyy

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