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Coffins roam in Rome

The folks over at Guerriglia Marketing in Italy have alerted us to a stunt they cooked up.

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iTunes ad too close for Lugz?

Is something going on? The iTunes spot on Apple's sites won't play. Athough they did air over the weekend. Is it because it's similar to a 2002 Lugz ad?
View Apple's iTunes spot featuring Eminem or here (via AdFreak)

The Lugz "Arrow" spot from 2002 (superadgrunts click to watch):

From ever entertaining Screenhead.com

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Loeries Handed Out

Over the weekend, the Loerie Awards were handed out in Margate, KwaZulu-Natal, SA.

TBWAHuntLascaris took home the most Loeries with 61, followed by Ogilvy South Africa with 54, and Network BBDO with 51 Loeries.

Read on to see the Grand Prix winners and check out the Loeries site for all the other winners.

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Playing footsie for Gay.com

This new campaign for Gay.com will run from October-December, and depicts feet playing footsie as different characters. The campaign was created by the in-house creative services team at PlanetOut Inc., lead by Creative Director, Christy Schaefer. Online ad banners and more from the campaign can be found at: http://www.specials.gay.com/more. The commercial will play at gay bars and events around the country.

More Than Meets The Eye
(super adgrunts)

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Link Lust: Spam words and Smart calenders

Smart Papers and Magnum photos offer a purdy promotional calender for 2006, that you folks in the US can reserve now if you fancy one. Free!

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Effies Use Nude Model In Banner Ad

Well, it looks like the Effies are following in the footsteps of industry advertising ads like CP&B's ads for Young Guns submissions and that quasi-controversial ad promoting Advertising Week which used sex or innuendo.

Read on to see the banner ad for the 2006 Effies. It was found on Adage.com promoting their new categories for awards.

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Boom of intimacy care and sex oil advertising

Wal-Mart is typically thought of as a place where those bible loving, middle Americana folks like to shop for a bargain. Adage.com today reports that it might be more than just the bible they're loving. Sales of KY's "sex oils" have apparently skyrocked, specifically at Wal-Mart, with K-Y Touch Massage oils in the top 10 list of new health and beauty products of 2005, according to Jim Peterson, J&J VP of Personal Care Marketing.

It's really not all that surprising as J&J have been making baby oil for eons, so making-baby oil isn't far off their target, it's the "stepping in" product to the J&J family of brandstuff.

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Alibi Jeans Billboard Banned in NZ

A whopping six people complained about a billboard campaign in New Zealand for Alibi Jeans by King Street Advertising. The Advertising Standards Complaints Board has now labelled the ads offensive.

One of the complainees was concerned about school children and the general public being exposed to "this level of gratuitous sexual intent".

"The lump under the sheet where his genitals would be leaves no doubt as to her intention," the complainant said.

However, Alibi Jeans said the concept showed "the empowerment of women using a typically male scenario".

Read on to see the "offensive ad".

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