Last time Crispin brough out Dr. Angus he was selling the Angus Diet. Now he's back, this time shilling BK's Angus 'Shroom & Swiss sandwich and wants you to discover the power of Power Sitting. (flash site)
The goons over at SomethingAwful forums, known for being a brash, childish, silly, sometimes harsh, lively community, decided to give to the people of New Orleans and started a fund drive. Their servers are hosted by the guys behind the interdictor livejournal from New Orleans where web cams, photos and horror stories from inside the city have been keeping lots of people up to date of what is really going on down there since this horrible situation started.
Found two brilliant spots for milk today and thought I'd share the link. They're on itaintrocketscience.ca, apparently a freelancer in Toronto with a fair bit of agency experience. Never heard of it/him before.
We just launched a new action sports site for Panasonic. The site features an online scavenger hunt (for a chance to win a 3CCD Camcorder), an online gallery w/ the Girl skateboard team, and some neat videos.
Agency: Renegade Marketing Group
Creative Director: Fanny Krivoy
Art Director: Alan Irikura
Interactive Designers: Eric Elms, Gary Fogelson, Rich Browd
Video Producer: Alex Schneider
Web Producer: Adrian Lai
Copywriter: Noah Brier
Tom Kelley, a spokesman for Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, said the office may order Allstate to pull the plug on the ad, which started airing Aug. 22 nationwide.
Allstate officials said the commercial is meant only to alert homeowners to serious consequences that can result from inadequate auto insurance coverage.
"The ad is not intended to communicate that a forced sale of the home occurred," Allstate spokeswoman Kim Whitaker said in an e-mail response to the criticisms.
Texas law prohibits misleading advertising. The state attorney general's office is considering sending Allstate a letter with the ultimatium to make the spot more accurate by including Texas Homestead Law or pull it off air.
Whats new pussycat? Ron Jeremy lends his likeness to PETA and appears in a PetaTV ad where he frolics in his natural environment (nude, in a bed) and the tagline informs us cheekily that : "Too much sex can be a bad thing. Help end overpopulation - spay and neuter your dogs and cats."
There's a 'racy' newspaper ad to go with the commercial, read more to see it in full.
BrandRepublic reports that ads for the new the Motorola Rokr, due to be revealed next week, will feature artists from every generation. Little Richard, Bootsy Collins, Lil' John, The White Stripes, Sleater-Kinney, Sum 41, Mya, Pussycat Dolls and Billie Joe from Green Day and look-a-likes of Beethoven, Jimi Hendrix and Biggie Smalls will be featured.