Barton F. Graf 9000's latest spots for Little Caesars are so splendidly, self-consciously stupid, I want to punch myself in the face and watch them all day long. Check out the kid in "Mime." He's a mime on the right side, a regular kid on the left. He's a half-mime, and he talks using only half of his mouth. Awesome! It's such a kooky concept and so perfectly executed, it makes me hate mimes only half as much as I used to.
Barton F Graf 9000 continues its whacky approach to advertising with two new spots for Little Caesars. Touting the brand's $5 pepperoni and $8 3-Meat_Treat pizzas, we are treated to a couple of oddly humorous scenarios. One spot has... Read Post
When looking for great travel deals, make sure to wear a small sweater, not some great tent-like monstrosity. That's one lesson learned from this latest Barton F. Graf 9000 spot for Kayak, the latest in a long line of goofy ads in t... Read Post
You may recall that GoDaddy, the brand responsible for several notorious Super Bowl spots, went with Barton F. Graf 9000 earlier this summer after previously asking Deutsch to help its brand mature. Deutsch lost the work despite mak... Read Post