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Gossip Girl - OMFG (2008) Print (USA)

There's such a big flap over the new Gossip Girl billboard that uses a four-letter txt word, but it's not as controversial as French Connection UK's re-branding a few years ago.

Badland: 
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Rolling, rolling, rolling ... Badland!

Here are at your attention two creative visions:

Badland: 
Adland: 
 

Homer vs. Hormel

When I saw this Hormel spot today, all I could say was D'OH!

Badland: 
 

The Mummy in Badland - UPC vs some Egyptian rent-a-car

Here's a Badlander sure to amuse, and horrify, all ye adgrunts out there.

Badland: 
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Folgers vs. Pizza Hut

Watch out when dine out in Badland. Everything tends to taste the same. Click on the images below to reach the Folger's Crystals & the Pizza Hut ad.

Badland: 
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Google vs. Sonox: wa the hell?....

I found this at a blog called "great ads" (so I can't exactly vouch for its provenance) but it seems to be a German viral/guerilla ad for Google Video.

Badland: 
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Showtime vs ACLU, parody or plagarism?

Remember when ACLU wentall flag-waving patriotic in a campaign shot by Peter Gerke? Yeah, I remember it too - even though it's almost 3 and a half years ago that Los Angeles Branding and Advertising Agency Benenson Janson "underlined the difference between talking the talk and actually taking a stand" with the imagery.

This american tongue idea is now showing up in an entirely different kind of campaign.

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Ad council does global warming scare ads by killing kids - we've seen that before

"Think of the children! Won't somebody think of the children!"

The Ad Council has just come out with a campaign they trot out the old "think of the children" idea.

Badland: 
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Military Stories - Badlanded

At the festival Mena Cristal Awards 2008 the agency Leo Burnett Beirut won Corporate Cristal for the commercial "Tribute to the Lebanesse Army", an ad that shows a soldier being saluted by civilians as he walks the streets.

Badland: 
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Ad agency sues client for 1.5 million after lost pitch

Resumé reports that ad agency Badlord have filed a 1.5 millions SEK suit against Lindex for nicking their idea. Badlord went straight to Lindex and marketing director Johan Hallin with their idea, Mr Hallin suggested that agency Badlord bring the idea to Lindex' ad agency WeAreGroup. Later Badlord were told that the idea "wasn't enough fashion".

Now that this campaign above is in magazines, Badlord feel ripped off. Both Enzo Bussoli CEO of WeAreGroup and Johan Hallin of Lindex signed the standard Swedish advertisers contract, stating they won't use the presented idea or "similar ideas" in their advertising unless they hire Badlord.

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