Apple Jack cereal has to drop the "bad apples"

Last July we reported on a stink being made over Kellogg's Apple Jack ads disparaging real apples. Today Adage reports that the ad industry’s own self-regulatory arm, Center for Science in the Public Interest and Produce for Better Health Foundation, issued a decision today telling the company to quit calling apples “bad.”

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GMC uses swimwear to attract attention

Three ads with models in graffittied swimwear appear in SI's Swimsuit issue. The ads have no copy besides "Advertisement" at the top corner of the page, and a url to BeyondTheDrawingBoard which shows up on the suits. The link goes to a microsite for GMC touting their new Yukon model.

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Bud gets sexy in SI Swimsuit issue

Budweiser gets into the centerfold groove with an ad in this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. The ad features 2006 Budweiser Swimsuit model Leeann Tweeden.

Front part of pullout:

Copy: There's one universal truth in this magazine...

Opens up to a spread:

Copy: You can twist anything into a swimsuit.

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The Swedish chef cooks for Ikea

The real Swedish chef was a young cook who messed up while on live TV in the states back in the seventies. Caught in a sudden stagefright he began mumbling to himself in Swedish. The audience were mighty amused and years later, the Muppet show asked if they could base a muppet on the real Swedish chef's live TV cockup. This story isn't enterily unknown, I've even made of note of that dalmål legend in my ascii log, so it seems only fitting that the chef is now used to shill Ikeas foods!

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Belgian campaign revives old look for one second.

When I spotted (bad pun intended) Duval Guillaume's new campaign for one second breath mint I was instantly reminded of the Badlander Pore Bore back in 2k. But hey it's been six years I s'pose that now is as good a time as any to revive an old look and call it a "clearly differentiating visual style...." as CD/AD Dirk Domen said to Creativity magazine, even though it isn't. Read more to see the ads and a few more 50's cartoon style ads.

Previous hype on "one second", the world first one second advert, which wasn't the worlds first one-second advert at all.

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Taco Bell - Lunchwrap 3 - (2006) :30 (USA)

Taco Bell - Lunchwrap 3 - (2006) :30 (USA)

"They say love is even better.. the second time around.."

What?

3rd Quarter

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State Farm - Proof - (2006) :30 (USA)

State Farm - Proof - (2006) :30 (USA)

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World baseball Classic (2006) :30 (USA)

World baseball Classic (2006) :30 (USA)

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Worlds fastest Indian Anthony Hopkins- (2006) :30 (USA)

Worlds fastest Indian Anthony Hopkins- (2006) :30 (USA)
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A check or a fish? Depends on how you see it.

Another set on our little list of twin logos. One mans cheap printing is another mans shopping center located at the harbour where the fish mongers used to be. Just proof that when you simplify things enough, it could be anything really. ;)

Previus logo mishaps: Xerox vs Logoworks, Quark and the scottish art council, Hampel Global Toilets and Hyregästföreningen, The EU presidency vs Bruges Group.

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