Six seconds of creativity: May showcase of brands on Vine

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Whether you’re a taaaaaaap single-shot creator, or a tap tap tap tap tap stop-motion stylist, there are a lot of wonderful Vines to get caught up in this month.

Nando’s is making us envious of one man’s ordering skills, Doritos is getting us to up our snack game and Pepsi Max has us hankering for a Zinger Tower Burger. Here’s a closer look.

  1. @easyJet

    EasyJet is new to Vine this month (**six-second round of applause for EasyJet**). Its first Vine highlights just how quickly you can find travel inspiration and book via its mobile app. Really simple content here, and it’s easy to see it being repurposed over and over.

  2. @DoritosUK

    Continuing its #ForTheBold campaign, Doritos uses Vine to suggest new serving recipes for Doritos. Three different dips and jalapeños? Doritos is stepping up its culinary game.

  3. @MicrosoftUK

    Minimalist and chic, this is a gorgeous way to bring to life the technical specifications for a laptop – because really, who actually reads tech specs?

  4. @SonyElectronics

    There’s something of the iconic A-HA “Take On Me” in this Vine, which showcases Vine star Ian Padgham’s work on these beautiful stop-motion drawings. And who knew that video cameras got so small?? Blimey.

  5. @htc

    With Moore’s Law continuing its unabated march through our lives, it will probably only be a few years until all football players are replaced with phones. Until that time, enjoy this Vine from HTC.

  6. @NandosUK

    Ordering Nando’s like a boss. This is how it’s done. The lack of halloumi and corn on the cob is worrying, though. Maybe he’s not such a boss after all…

  7. @PepsiMaxUK

    Pepsi Max has partnered with KFC, giving diners the chance to win Live Nation tickets when they ‘Blip’ limited edition cups. The animation in this Vine is just brilliant, really tidy with great sound effects tied in.

  8. @PaddyPower

    Tap to stop games aren’t going away – they’re well-loved and ideal for Vine. Paddy Power has taken the concept one step further and linked it to a bet. One correct entrant guessing the Eurovision winner received a free £50 bet. Hint: it wasn’t the UK entry…