Watch This: When snowmen attack (Nissan)

We’ve seen our fair share of zombies in ads. But monstrous snow people? This is a new one. And there is something very satisfying about seeing a car take these guys out. That heavy, wet sound is like hearing a really good snow ball find its mark. Agency: TBWA Canada Associate creative director/art director: Susie […]

We’ve seen our fair share of zombies in ads. But monstrous snow people? This is a new one. And there is something very satisfying about seeing a car take these guys out. That heavy, wet sound is like hearing a really good snow ball find its mark.

Agency: TBWA Canada
Associate creative director/art director: Susie Lee
Copywriter: Jonah Flynn
Executive creative director: Allen Oke
Creative director: Rodger Eyre
Production House: Sons and Daughters
Director: Mark Zibert
Editing: Poster Boy
Transfer: Alter Ego
Effects: Legacy Effects
Post Production: The Mill
Audio House: Eggplant

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