Campaign India Team
Nov 17, 2017

Weekend Watch: Pornhub takes to sex toys for song

Watch the film conceptualised by Officer & Gentleman here

Adult entertainment site, Pornhub recently rolled out its line of sex toys.
 
For the launch, its agency Officer & Gentleman and the electro-pop band Perlita, rolled out what the brand labels 'the first ever song made of sounds produced by sex toys'. The music video features adult actors Carolina Abril and Jesus Reyes.
 
CREDITS:
 
Client: Pornhub
Creative agency: Officer & Gentleman
Executive creative directors: JaviIñiguez de Onzoño and Alex Katz
Agency producer: Alberto Pérez Fontecha
Accounts director: Alejandro Fata
Planner: Ainara Aizpuru
Art directors: Alex Katz, Daniel Marco Muñoz, Luis Álvarez, Alonso Figueroa
Copywriters: JaviIñiguez de Onzoño, Javier Dieguez, Mónica Gramunt
Production company: Garlic.tv 
Director: BRBR
Executive producer: Álvaro Gorospe
Director of photography: Michal Babinec
Sound: Pedro Soto / Sonomedia
Editor: Alejandro García
Color correction: El Colorado 
Production Designer: Paula Marín
 
Source:
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