In an old-school slight of hand, these ads reveal the emotional abuse that women face. Unlike physical abuse, it's a lot harder to see, and yet is it no less devastating to the person.
We had the pleasure of chatting with SABO about his street art; "Search and Destroy - the art of SABO, so we were expecting high level sarcasm and political posters from him during this election cycle. He created the deplorables as soon as the Clinton said the word in her speech. He told us that he wasn't for Ted Cruz, even though everyone thought he was then, but he was certainly against Hillary.
Now there's no reason to spoil the moment when you want to drink some Coke, because Coke created a bottle that allows you to snap a selfie while you drink. This pice of drinkable tech made its debut at Israel's Summer Love event.
If there's one thing we can agree on this election season it's...actually, who am I kidding. it's 2016. If I said we can all agree we need air to breath, someone who identifies as Non-Oxgenated would be sure I was shadowbanned on Twitter. Still you can't fault ad agencies for
co-opting trying, especially when everyone is talking about the election. Y&R partnered with restaurant chain, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que for a special election day event.
Kelseys has been one of Canada's go to restaurants since 1978. In an increasingly competitive market segment they were looking to attract the new generation of Kelseys customers while not alienating their strong base of regulars. Kelseys came to Open for help in looking to define today’s Original Roadhouse while being relevant and modern.
Open worked with the Kelseys team to develop a new identity that was true to its roots – capturing the original roadhouse concept, the classic red and blue of the original brand, and just the right amount of nostalgia.
JustWorks wants to remove small business fears in this Halloween-themed ad. Quite fun and great design and illustration, too. Details From Hell might be my favorite. I always love when seemingly "boring" clients do something really cool like this. Remember kids, don't judge a client by their brand name.
North Carolina’s conservative Republican governor Pat McCrory turned 60 today, October 17. BooneOakley and Writers For A Progressive America, are upset with the Governor for being behind the HB 2 bill, the so-called "Bathroom Bill," which was passed by North Carolina's general assembly and signed by the Governor reversed a Charlotte (the capital of North Carolina) ordinance extending some rights to people who are gay or transgender.
Simple print ads for one of Sweden's largest grocery stores, Hemköp which has decided to sell its groceries online since it's now 2016 and everything can be had online these days for a price. But Hemköp wants you to know the price online is the same offline. I would totally eat a pixilated tomato.