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StoryWrong is the new right. Copying is the new left. Dabitch73 years 8 months ago
StoryChip Chop winners pokes fun at Axe/Lynx with priests + most read this week Dabitch63 years 8 months ago
StoryFor lots of brands, there's a party in your mouth caffeinegoddess43 years 8 months ago
StoryCrispin Porter and Burger King split Dabitch63 years 8 months ago
StoryCreatives help Japan - what we've seen so far. Dabitch13 years 8 months ago
StoryWe've seen the "rising bars" image selling cellphone networks before. Dabitch23 years 8 months ago
StoryAttack of the 50-foot automated sock-puppets. Dabitch53 years 8 months ago
StoryForget the PDF, save a tree, save as WWF Dabitch33 years 8 months ago
StoryCourrier uses 9/11 twin towers "ducking" to sell newspapers. Dabitch13 years 8 months ago
StoryAnti anorexia ad shows us what the anorexic see Dabitch83 years 8 months ago
StoryThe Dior store NYC hides behind the worlds largest Dior bag instead of scaffolding Dabitch23 years 8 months ago
StoryEstrella and McCann sell nuts by ripping off Geoffrey Cottenceaus "Animaux" visuals Dabitch103 years 8 months ago
Storyspank fashion ad withdrawn after complaints. Dabitch133 years 8 months ago
StoryTank McNamara takes on Tiger Woods AlphaSquirrel13 years 8 months ago
StoryPlaystation "Gamefaces" not really a new idea. Dabitch53 years 8 months ago
StoryAP answers Shepard Fairey pre-emptive lawsuit, accuses artist of infringement Dabitch103 years 8 months ago
StoryMad Men Cleans Up Advertising AlphaSquirrel23 years 8 months ago
StoryAds that looks like other ads thread (pics here too!) Dabitch93 years 8 months ago
StoryBoth of these ads really suck. Dabitch153 years 8 months ago
StoryStockart threatens to sue designer John Engle for copyright infringement - on his own designs. Dabitch53 years 8 months ago
StoryResident Evil 5 marketing fun - real game of "hunt the body parts" going on in London right now. Dabitch43 years 8 months ago
StoryAnother avatar creation thingiemahbob - this time you can buy it though. Dabitch93 years 8 months ago
StoryRed Cross (Youth) pulls "Olympic" human rights campaign in Sweden. Dabitch443 years 8 months ago
StoryDabitch's day in Logotypes - a.k.a “Brand timeline portrait” Dabitch93 years 8 months ago
StoryToo graphical? Dabitch73 years 8 months ago

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That was a pretty excellent execution idea for fashion. Basically taking George Michael's "Freedom" music video concept and putting it in a Karaoke machine video, using one of his earlier (and one...
😂 hahahaha walking talking brief - that's exactly it 😘 And yes it does look like greenscreen. Everything is off.
How pretentious.
I like the line "break the travel quo" though.
Wow, I thought it was just me who reacted badly to the "How's your mother?" comment. That's exsctly what I was thinking.
That was pretty funny. Love the "I am returning the animal to his habitat" goodbye moment.
> How much of the money raised was wasted on the commercial
The money raised for Harvey relief was used for hurricane relief, as stated. The commercial came from Walmart's advertising budget....
Pretty much never. They hear the hook, like that and use the song regardless of deeper meaning. There's worse combinations than this. For example, "Born in the USA" as a patriotic anthem.
To be...
Why do you add a "d" when you shorten advert? It's "ad"
Meh. I'm over this grind. Over it.
GREAT music choice. Epic. Love the weird camera angles too, that was fun.
We've mentioned Ad Nauseam within several articles before especially after they were banned from Chrome apps almost a year ago. I was in fact about to do it again but I honestly feel like I'm...
The shot of the girl getting up on the chair to yell is very unflattering and kinda creeping....
Keen observation, Imanaddy.
We had Google adsense before, but it never appeared to logged in adgrunts, because you were "rewarded" for logging in. ;) It only appeared to hit-&-run traffic, that...
Hahahaha! I guess it depends on how close your nose is to the screen.
I just read Tom Megginson (a.k.a @Creativetweets ) post at Work that matters, and he's a spotted a trend and boiled down the perfect comment on this idiocy here: Adult Content?
The argument is...