New and old media feigned outrage about the crapload of money the Chevy Volt supposedly saves its drivers if the new testimonial ads are to be believed. Honestly, we don’t give a crap. GM’s agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners probably told the client that in order to cut through the clutter, you need some shock [...]
Women watch the Super Bowl, and also buy shit. Unfortunately, ad agencies don't seem to have gotten this message, if yesterday's outing was any indication — and it is, given that the Super Bowl is when brands and agencies trot out their most treasured pitches. But some efforts missed the mark most spectacularly. Let's give them their due. More »
-And Finally, The Shit Ad Agencies Say -Presenting Matthew Broderick’s Day Off -Saatchi NY Cuts Some Staff -CP+B CEO Andrew Keller Confirms, Responds to Layoffs -Op-Ed: How to Work in Advertising and Still Enjoy the Super Bowl Party -So,...Show More Summary
(via)Via NYC agency "Bold" Worldwide.That sucked harder than every airplane toilet worldwide combined.Were they trying to be ironic? Sucked.Trying to be accurate? Sucked.Trying to be cool? Sucked.Trying to be cool by not being cool? Sucked. Previously : SHIT CREATIVE DIRECTORS SAY (sucks).
New York-based Bold Worldwide is likely to be the last entity to get in on the Shit People Say meme.
Barring any earth-shattering, groundbreaking addition to this tiring meme, we assure you that we will put the Shit blah blah says to bed with this submission from New York-based shop Bold Worldwide. We’re imagining the dialogue within...Show More Summary
(click image, via )"Pull your pants down, Ulysses. I'm going to tweet this to Lee, LOL." Actually, with a quick little line, this could have made a much better Steve Jobs tribute ad than these 10 ad agency produced pieces of shit.
( via )Click it! Look at it! That is some crazy shit! Did it run? Who cares! See you at Cannes next Summer, crazy ad! And here's more: ART DIRECTORS GONE WILD! Ad agency: O&M, Jakarta.
Meet Joel Levinson. He enters into competitions and wins shit for free. No seriously, that's what he does. A professional contest entrant, he's a man taking advantage of every ad agency's current fad - getting their clients to do......