Toyota – Do the Math and Save the Planet!

What do Americans like to do best? Drive, drive, drive! Hey people, it’s a vast and beautiful country out there and there’s lots to see. But in this age of rising gas prices how can we satisfy our yearning to explore, save money and still be true to our conscience and the planet by being ever “greener”?

Well, like Toyota says in this ad campaign drive a hybrid and you can have it all. Statistics show that you can drive more 535 miles in a Prius averaging 50 MPG. Catch Lucy as she drives across the country underlining the point and take a quiz on-line at www.toyota.com to see which car fits your needs. Toyota – Do the Math.

Nimbly animated by our very own team here at Little Fluffy Clouds, this multi-spot full campaign includes TV, print, radio and web. Voiced by San Francisco favorite, Denny Delp. Lucy airs from April 2012. It’s fast, it’s fun and it’s cost effective – Save the Planet!

 

 

Chicago Public Radio features TODAY on Mission Amy KR’s blog

At Little Fluffy Clouds we’re always thrilled when one of our more cerebral projects is plucked from the archives, dusted off and given some national attention. So, we were more than pleased when our animated, Billy Collins poem, TODAY, was featured by Chicago Public Radio as part of their poetry awareness month. The former poet laureate was interviewed and read some of his favorite poems from the collection, Nine Horses.

This tiny nugget of literary appreciation came courtesy of Chicago blogger and WBEZ radio host, Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Her program and associated blog, Mission Amy KR, is brought to you from the same folks that bring you, This American Life. Here’s what Amy had to say:

Just when I thought Billy Collins’ poetry couldn’t possibly get any better, this comes along. I’d rather not taint your experience with unnecessary intros and blabbing. So here, just enjoy: Billy Collins Action Poetry (And let me know if you were able to stop at one, or if you simply had to watch them all.)

So, thanks Amy for the mention – we’re in some stellar company there! You can read her blog, see all the animated poems and support the station right here:

http://bit.ly/mINv65. Go ahead fund the arts but first watch this!