ESPN SportsCenter - Crocodile Hunter / Steve Irwin (2006) :30 (USA)

ESPN SportsCenter - Crocodile Hunter / Steve Irwin (2006) :30  (USA)
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ESPN SportsCenter - Crocodile Hunter / Steve Irwin - short (2006) :15 (USA)

ESPN SportsCenter - Crocodile Hunter / Steve Irwin - short (2006) :15  (USA)
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Steve Irwins last ad

"We rarely utilize celebrities in our ads, but this was too good to ignore"

Dean Stelmaszek, Associate Creative Director at the Canadian American Corporation who thunk up the buffalo chicken gag for Subway got more than he bargained for as the star if the campaign, Steve Irwin was attacked and killed by a stingray just a few weeks after their campaign launched. The campaign began on August 15th , and is running in 27 markets, with over 2,700 Subway restaurants throughout the USA participating. I predict a lot of frenzied activity as Subway employees replace all the ad signs relating to Steve now - but the ad itself is still airing.

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New Cingular TV Ads from Directorial Collective Convert

The Ebeling Group's Convert teamed up with ad agency BBDO Atlanta to helm a live-action TV campaign to introduce the Pantech C300, the "world's smallest camera flip phone."

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Subway - Steve Irwin tracks Buffalo Chicken (2006) :30 (Canada)

Subway - Steve Irwin tracks Buffalo Chicken (2006) :30 (Canada)

Production and editing all done by "The Best Picture Show"

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Straight to the moon, Alice, straight to the moon.

Often when you see Badlanders in adland you just have to laugh at the synchronicity of it all. Maybe contemplate the jungian subconcious for a while. Revel in the irony that two brands trying so hard to be different are doing the exact same thing. Sometimes you do all of the above - wanna see Adidas, Nike and Royal Sundaram duke it out?

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Ryanair ad gets spoofed by Greenpeace

Greenpeace were never about making friends - this week they've gone and spoofed a Ryan Air ad. Allegedly both the independent and guardian newspapers have refused to carry the ad spoof by greenpeace - holding up the usual "lets not bite the hand that feeds us" excuse. In the land of commercial speech the biggest wallet always wins.

Thanks to viralmeister for the images - which you can see inside.

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Local billboard of the week

How do you welcome the punters to the recently freshened up posh mall of the expensive "upper east side" of Stockholm? Well, since it is the neighbourhood where everyone was supposedly born with silver spoons and walls in homes have paintings in gold frames rather than posters as decoration... yeah you guessed it.... this is how we make the hyperlocal ad fit in.

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Budlight vs. Babybel

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Kate Moss gets naked in Agent Provocateur ads

Kate Moss is back in action with a new deal with Agent Provocateur. She will appear in four films by Hollywood filmmaker Mike Figgis, director of Leaving Los Vegas.

The first ad, a short four-minute film, features Kate in bed, dressed in all-black, in a pair of tiny briefs, a corset, bra, sexy tights and a pair of leather gloves.

For now, fans will have to log onto the company's website to see the hot, steamy film - the first in a series of four. It is not yet known if it will be aired on television.

Kate is even more daring in the third film of the Agent Provocateur "Miss X" series, in which she strips off naked.

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