|Filed Under:||Marketing / Advertising|
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|Archived Since:||July 1, 2011|
I am so, so very lost every day. Post LINK, on Digiday.
Brands! You are #Losing!Here's exactly what you have to do to starting #Winning! LINK—copyranter on Digiday.
ATTN: copywriters. LINK, on Digiday.
Terrible, Terrible, and even more Terrible-er. 8 ads. LINK—on Digiday.
Copywriters? We're dead meat. LINK, on Digiday.
Using sex to sell unsexy products can get very awkward, like with these ads for a Malaysian breast cancer association: "be a victim of fashion, not cancer." Seven more of these awkward ads here, on Digiday.
Short answer? No.Long answer? FUCK no. An explanation here, on Digiday.
Fuck Cannes. Here's some real creative talent, LINK.
If you answer "yes" to these seven questions, well then, you're allowed to call yourself a fucking "Thought Leader". LINK—on Digiday.
CK has finally done it: made stupid boring sex ads, the worst fashion campaign I've ever seen. LINK, on Digiday.
The Creative Brief is always about one thing and one thing only— covering asses.
Including a wonderfully weird Swedish spot for cider (above).See all the ads here.
Including a print ad for a hoo-hah moisturizer with the headline: "Va-dry-na?" LINK, on Digiday.
Six disaffected rich assholes take a ride on a French Blimp. Unfortunately, a passing German ME-106 doesn't blast it out of the sky. Brand: Grey Goose. LINK: copyranter on Digiday.
Many many creative "experts" have recently posted their "secret" methods for improving creative thought. I sifted through them and created this brilliantly curated list post. Plus I added a couple of my own, including "Put dead things on your desk like a human skull, your father's ashes, bad taxidermy". I promise if you read this, you will become more "creative." LINK.
It wasn't just an unethical ad. It was creatively tasteless. copyranter on Digiday—LINK.
From shoes to snowboards to contacts to bottled water, etc.See all the ads here— LINK.
I'll tell you who, but if "scare" quotes scare you, maybe don't click— LINK.
McDonald's is desperately trying to come up with a tagline to appeal to Millennials.They're not doing so well. copyranter on Digiday—LINK.
The hyper-laziness of the ad industry continues...( LINK ).