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He's pushing, pushing real good, Dynafil (thus, his nom de guerre), a new generic Viagra.Read about him on Jezebel.
2007, for Kobold watches.The ad ran for a year.Gandolfini did it for free.Here's the back story.
That's me, in the foreground.And, that's the rest the agency "team" in the background.
These two "Competition Crunch" spots for Oatmeal Crisp are my kind of stupid. They may not be your kind of stupid, but stupidity — like love — is a many splendored thing. "Elitist Marionette" (above) is really fucking weird. "Ginger Wedding" (below) is more traditionally ad-like weird. Show More Summary
A miracle, in that it isn't the usual sexist, insensitive garbage. The video, "Thanks!—An animated trip to holiday slaughter" is well-thought out and well-produced. The video, "Thanks!—An animated trip to holiday slaughter", is a collaboration...Show More Summary
And they're not from the United States or the UK. Read about them on Vice.
Wrote another post for Vice. Read.
I will be, starting today, writing somewhat regularly for Vice.Today's post is about a new ad by "The Rock".Basic plot: The world is a cold place where losers die. Fuck you. Signed, Prudential.( story link ).
Via Italy.Ad agency: DLV BBDO, Milan.
(click to enlarge)Judging by the typeface, it looks like a 1980s ad.It was a trade ad advocating the power advertising, by Texas ad agency The Richards Group.The copy reads:"How did Coke succeed where history's most ambitious leaders failed? By choosing the right weapon. Advertising." Via.
Via reddit, where of course the comments are filled with racist morons.This woman wins fast food service and Halloween forever.
(click to enlarge) I want one. It's that simple. I'm writing the ad agency. The agency press note: "To get radio DJs and TV reviewers talking, writing and tweeting about the New Zealand TV debut (on Prime TV) of Sharknado... DraftFCB Auckland delivered them giant balsawood kitset shark 'gliders'. Proving that fear really can take to the air." Previously in: Cool Promo Items.
Click ads for enlarged view. Images via. The campaign is by Christopher Hunt, creative at Ogilvy & Mather Dubai. He says this about the ads:“This campaign uses the world's most popular search engine (Google) to show how gender inequality is a worldwide problem. Show More Summary
Or, just a bad tape job. Via.
As part of his one month NYC street art project "Better Out Than In," Banksy created this Twin Towers scene a couple of blocks from the World Trade Center site. The flower is a dahlia, which "symbolize the eternal bond between two people” — according to The Dusty Rebel, who was the first to find the piece today. Click images to enlarge.
Are you aware that it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month?!? My Mom might be, since she had breast cancer last year (now in remission). My Dad may be aware of it, since he's my Mom's husband, and since he has incurable multiple myeloma,Show More Summary
Finally, an advertiser parks one vis-à-vis the government shutdown. Monster posted this ad today on their website. As you can see the positions are "SENIOR LEADERS, U.S. GOVERNMENT." The advertiser is: "The people of the United States...Show More Summary