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Booking.yeah – accommodation bliss

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10:17 AM | 20 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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John Di Maggio (the voice of Bender from Futurama and Jake from Adventure Time, among others) narrates this cut through piece from Booking.com. Presumably the client was eager to be as subversive as possible just as long as there was an underwater shot of kids jumping into a pool. You just can’t mess with some stuff.

It’s a great advert but once you head over to the Booking.com website you’re met with a rather dull, plain travel site with nothing interesting, quirky or different about it. Bit of a let down really.

Credits

Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Amsterdam
Art directors: Kia Heinnen, Cari Vanderyacht
Copywriters: Zoe Hawkins, Siavosh Zabeti
Creative Directors: Genevieve Hoey, Zach Watkins
Executive Creative Direcotrs: Mark Bernath, Eric Quennoy
Planner: Daisy Plummer
Account Manager: Alex Allcott
Account Director: Courtney Trull
Music: Anthem-Massive, Amsterdam
Post-Production: MPC, Amsterdam

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