IKEA France has launched some bizarre ads created by Paris based-ad agency Buzzman.
The ‘Get back to the table’ campaign revolves around the idea that 79 per cent of important decisions are made at the table and you don’t want to miss out!
Each of the ads opens with an unexplained circumstances, like a man waking-up with a pale German stroking a stuffed animal at the end of his bed. Each TVC ends with the event that precluded these situations—around the table with friends – “Who votes for Gunther as our new roommate?”
Check out the Scandanavian-skewed craziness here:
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