Aaah, barbershops. The proper places for men to get their hair cut, shaved and buzzed. No fancy-smancy lavender scented oils, no neon lit salon where your hairdresser has Farah Fawcett's do and hip-wiggle. Barbershops are basic, and traditional. They know the buzzcut, the burr, the businessmans cut. The know how to use clippers and how to taper your neckline and trim your sideburns.
"Fuckers keep this up, and I'm going Amish" Clayton quipped when the Gillette Fusion Area 51 high-tech madness almost got them on the top of the worst super bowl ads of all time list. I guess BIC has realized they can not compete against the ever-more-blades arms race, and have opted for the simple and rather silly sell instead. Enter the men so smooth they can be used as curling stones.
The Lynx Excite Angels have fallen ... and landed in the middle of train stations in the UK - depicted above in Victoria Station. They also appeared in Birmingham Bullring the 19th & 20th March 2011, where commuters suddenly found themselves surrounded by angles. Using the same technique / inspired by Chris O'Shea's "hand from above", which we've seen in a Forever 21 augmented reality billboard as well, the angels appear "next to people" but can only be seen on the digital billboard.
Lovely illustration skills by Ayana Nissan in this campaign for Well Hair from Draftfcb+ Shimoni Finkelstein Barki, Israel. Wella has hair products for every hairtype, be it you're blond, brunette or redhead, a city slacker, beach type or nature lover.
Ordering a late night pizza? Colgate reminds you, every time you open that lid to the box, that you must brush the stinky anchovies breath away in order to "wake up fresh". Seriously. Anchovies? What were you thinking?