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We told you about Star Toilet Paper, in "Just what you've always wanted: ads to wipe your bum with". Seems this client and that ad-media is a match made in a seedy stall somewhere. The creatives explain:
"The Detox Authority, Jaison Greene, is here to whip your shit into shape--literally."
Wait, what? No he's not. Not literally, unless his job is toi actually take a cat o' nine tails to a pile of my fecal matter. I'm so grossed out now, I don't even.
Jaison Greene is the Detox Authority of New York City, the problem was nobody knew him. So we decided to make an introduction when people would need it most; while on a public toilet regretting their New Year’s Eve bender.
Acw Grey Tel Aviv creates these cute illustrated ads for Schwepes, reminding us that it goes great with the booze of your choice.
The only thing I don't get is why the peanut butter has a frown on its face. is it jealous of the carrot and pea? Or is it just wanting to get back to the tennis game?
Hard to say.
DraftFCB were shocked by the alarming fact that each year an average of 100 children are killed by motorists in urban areas and decided to create an ad on that topic as a reminder about the importance of safe driving. This ad which appeared in Top Gear shows a typical scene of a child playing with chalk but places him on a residential city street creating his own CSI-style white body outline as a stark reminder that motorists should observe the speed limit and slow down in these areas.
Print: 95.5FM – what's really going on with the israeli election, as depicted by Y&R. Obama listens in, and so does Ahmadinejad. Though not really, really, we all know that, but the point is made with simple visuals. Plus you know, Obama and a boombox, Ahmadinejad in a bath is irreverent enough to stick out. If not downright wrong, as they saddled the POTUS with a "ghettoblaster".
For the up coming election in israel we came up with a campaign for 95.5 fm reshet bet, the biggest radio stations in Israel that focuses on news and current events.
Royal Mail reveals Doctor Who stamps reports the BBC and the designs are little time-capsules of the shows style. Tom Baker, David Tennant and Patrick Troughton are featured on the 50th anniversary stamps. Doctor fans rejoice.
Andrew Hammond of the Royal Mail said the commemorative selection "pay tribute to the brilliant actors that have played the Doctor over the years, as well as the adversaries that helped make the show so popular".
This post brought to you by Orbital Dr Who theme and my current flashback to the 90s and I platform-boot-danced to this shit live under the clear starry night. I have lived. Like my t-shirts says, I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands.
Berrge Tattoo wanted only skilled artists to apply for their job opening, so they printed a skin-toned ad with QR code in it. A QR code that could only work if the applicant had a steady hand when filling it in. Clever. Finally someone is using QR codes in a way smarter than most.
"New tattoo artists wanted. To apply, fill in the QR code carefully."
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