(Video Link) A standard hairpiece has only one function- to hang out on top of your head and cover up your ever growing bald spot, keeping your scalp warm and covered. But the hairpiece found on this interactive site by Old Spice doesn’t just sit around like a lazy lump of protein fibers- it plays Huey Lewis songs by request. Show More Summary
It begins as an Old Spice hair care products ad. Then, curiously, features the hair leaving the subject's head, and moving towards a keyboard. At that point, you can enter the title of any Huey...
Old Spice loves hair and Huey Lewis. So why not combine them? Check out this latest commercial, where a man's hairpiece will play your choice of any Huey Lewis song.
When you use Old Spice hair products, your hair is capable of anything. First, it leaps off your head—that's a given. Then, as we've seen, it either hits on women at work or skillfully operates claw machines on the boardwalk to retrieve lost children. Show More Summary
W+K Portland has unveiled “The Power of Hair” for Old Spice, the “newest, never-been-done-before interactive digital experience.” The new site is an extension of W+K’s “For Hair That Gets Results” campaign promoting Old Spice’s new haircare...Show More Summary
The manufacturing process of a wide variety of things in the animated GIF format images. Ice cream “sandwich” Manufacturing chain Movement of the barrier on the track. How to shoot a commercial Old Spice Sharpening pencils Springs Packaging hay. How to make sausages. Bon appetit Camouflage helmets. Net Cakes with jam Forging, you say? […]
Yes, San Francisco-based Goodby Silverstein & Partners has hired Eric Kallman as a creative director. In case you don’t recall, Kallman is one of the creative minds who was behind the now-ubiquitous, award-winning Old Spice “Man Your Man Could Smell Like” campaign who was poached by Gerry Graf and Barton F. Show More Summary
Heineken, Old Spice, Converse, VW and South Australian Tourism all make an appearance in our round-up of great new advertising work this week. Up first though is a one-take wonder for The Sunday Times....
Attention men: Want hair-care products that turn your hair into a sentient toupee capable of the most charming antics? No? Really, it's better that it sounds. It's great for when you're in a business meeting and some dial tone is droning...Show More Summary
This thread sponsored by Old Spice. There were a lot of great suggestions in last Sunday?s thread and I promise I?ll get to them, but in light of the events this past week I thought it?d be nice to use...
Going to the Super Bowl is every NFL fan's dream, and one lucky person made that dream a reality just from being observant. According to Suzan Clarke from ABC News, a man named Scott Knowlton was watching an Old Spice commercial when he noticed a woman scribble a phone number for a man. Show More Summary
Put my ashes in a bottle of old spice body wash and let me clean my dad's naked bod one last time
In a current ad for Old Spice shampoos, a man’s hair charms a female co-worker, and she writes down her phone number. One viewer of the ad noticed something strange about that number: it was toll-free. More importantly, why didn’t it use 555 for the first three digits like most fictional phone numbers do? There was only one thing to … [More]
W+K Portland has been very, very busy for Old Spice. First it was body spray with the “Smellcome to Manhood” campaign aka “Mom Song.” Then last week it was the triumphant return of Isaiah Mustafa and the “Interneterventions” surprise online campaign. Show More Summary
Hear those woebegone sighs? They’re the lonely exhalations of a row of “Man-Sized” Old Spice bodywash bottles on the shelf at a Maryland Walmart. See, they’re sad because they know the discerning consumer will skip all 946 fluid ounces of “Fiji” wash for $7.47 and head straight for the two-bottle value pack with the same amount of product for only … [More]
As part of its commercial series to promote its new hair care products, Old Spice shows us just how important having a good head of hair can be. And it doesn’t just help you win carnival games – it helps you in the boardroom.
A Monday morning laugh for anyone who needs one. And yes, Old Spice is moving into hair care products.
A man's lush head of hair channels his id in a characteristically bizarre new ad for Old Spice's new line of hair-care products, its first foray into the category. In the ad, a guy at a meeting sends his mop of hair over to a woman across the table. Show More Summary
Aerie gets applause for ditching Photoshop, Denham jeans goes Psycho, Old Spice brings back Isaiah and more great moments from the week. You know it's a particularly fat week in brand creativity when a whole handful of plain, ordinary...Show More Summary
Old Spice has been on rollicking form so far this year. First they gave us the unforgettable Momsong, and now Isaiah Mustafa has staged a series of 'Interneterventions', to try and stop us looking at rubbish websites... and buy Old Spice instead. The campaign is our Ad of the Week.