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Monzo
'Money Never Felt Like Monzo'
13 May 2024 60s
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by Andrew MacGregor

This lively commercial from Uncommon hinges on two words: 'money' and 'Monzo'. When the former is on screen, the world is a grim, stressful, and uncomfortable place. When the latter's on screen, the world is far more palatable and—dare we say it—fun.

Each rapid-fire "money" vignette sucks the fun out of life or makes it even more bothersome than normal. Would you like to sit in an armchair made of bricks? Thought not. When nature calls, how about a roll sandpaper instead of that fancy quilted stuff? You can tell the creative lot had fun here.

This applies to the 'Monzo' timeline as well, as colour, comfort, and variety return with a vengeance. Some transitions catch you off guard, like how a Dalmatian with a cone around its neck becomes ice cream in a cocktail glass. It's worth a rewatch or two to catch every detail.

The idea is that when money meets Monzo, customers have a much better time. On its own, money can be such a drag... and no one likes to see a wacky wibbly-wobbly tube man deflate because of it.

Product Category: Banks

Territory: UK



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

editing
Whitehouse Post
Editor: D-Fran (Whitehouse Post)
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Soundtree

  Monzo - 'Money Never Felt Like Monzo'


Monzo
'Money Never Felt Like Monzo'
13 May 2024 60s

Compare and contrast.

This lively commercial from Uncommon hinges on two words: 'money' and 'Monzo'. When the former is on screen, the world is a grim, stressful, and uncomfortable place. When the latter's on screen, the world is far more palatable and—dare we say it—fun.

Each rapid-fire "money" vignette sucks the fun out of life or makes it even more bothersome than normal. Would you like to sit in an armchair made of bricks? Thought not. When nature calls, how about a roll sandpaper instead of that fancy quilted stuff? You can tell the creative lot had fun here.

This applies to the 'Monzo' timeline as well, as colour, comfort, and variety return with a vengeance. Some transitions catch you off guard, like how a Dalmatian with a cone around its neck becomes ice cream in a cocktail glass. It's worth a rewatch or two to catch every detail.

The idea is that when money meets Monzo, customers have a much better time. On its own, money can be such a drag... and no one likes to see a wacky wibbly-wobbly tube man deflate because of it.

Product Category: Banks

Territory: UK



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

editing
Whitehouse Post
Editor: D-Fran (Whitehouse Post)
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Soundtree

Monzo 13 May 2024
'Money Never Felt Like Monzo' 60s

Compare and contrast.

by Andrew MacGregor

This lively commercial from Uncommon hinges on two words: 'money' and 'Monzo'. When the former is on screen, the world is a grim, stressful, and uncomfortable place. When the latter's on screen, the world is far more palatable and—dare we say it—fun.

Each rapid-fire "money" vignette sucks the fun out of life or makes it even more bothersome than normal. Would you like to sit in an armchair made of bricks? Thought not. When nature calls, how about a roll sandpaper instead of that fancy quilted stuff? You can tell the creative lot had fun here.

This applies to the 'Monzo' timeline as well, as colour, comfort, and variety return with a vengeance. Some transitions catch you off guard, like how a Dalmatian with a cone around its neck becomes ice cream in a cocktail glass. It's worth a rewatch or two to catch every detail.

The idea is that when money meets Monzo, customers have a much better time. On its own, money can be such a drag... and no one likes to see a wacky wibbly-wobbly tube man deflate because of it.

Product Category: Banks

Territory: UK



We do not have individual credits for this company, either because they don't provide them or we haven't acquired them yet.

editing
Whitehouse Post
Editor: D-Fran (Whitehouse Post)
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Soundtree