Thursday, June 17, 2010

Come and let Iceland inspire you

With Iceland getting quite the reputation of ruining practically everyones travel plans, that massive plume of ash from that volcano no one can spell certainly didn't paint a pretty picture for themselves.  So....what better way to boost tourism than launch a campaign about Iceland.

Fiton, the agency behind this video, created this upbeat commercial showcasing some of the great things about Iceland and why exactly you should visit!  From a bunch of crazy dance moves to two lovebirds sharing a moment in some sort of bath, the video actually makes me want to go visit haha.

I have heard nice things so maybe I should book a trip?

Anyways, take this opportunity and watch this video and let Iceland inspire you!

Inspired by Iceland Video from Inspired By Iceland on Vimeo.

~Until Next Time~



  1. I keep seeing this ad in the NYC subway that says "Visit Iceland" and there's a guy in this hot spring with steam behind him and it looks like a volcano... The ad came out about a week before the infamous volcano!

  2. Thanks for the comment Kai. Haha that's pretty funny, I love it when those things happen. Did you happen to snap a photo? Or could be online possibly?

  3. I don't have a photo of that one.

    Remember Denmark's horrible campaign with the single mother last year? The one that got pulled - just had to think about that one:

  4. Just watched that video! TERRIBLE! I can't believe they actually aired something like that. I may have to use that as my next post. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice video! From

  6. Narooma AccommodationFebruary 7, 2012 at 10:22 PM

    Lovely commercial! Good job guys. From 

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    Great location shots. From

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    The message is clear and the views are really attractive. From

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    This is a wise campaign to boost tourism. Keep up the good work! From