Beware, bad things happen if you leave your dog home alone.
Stockholms Hundforum (Daytime Dog Care) takes care of your dog when you´re away.
Lack of media spend requires emotional punches:)


Designer Daily has done a little legwork spotting Hokusai’s great wave references everywhere. I'm really impressed by the Levi's ad made of jeans and the great wave made of rice crops. Even Kozyndan's great rabbit wave is being spoofed and referenced all over, I spotted it on Cartoon Network Ed, Edd n Eddy the other day but failed to grab my camera on time. Plus people still won't shup about Sony Bravia Play-Doh ripping the Kozyndan bunny wave since Fallon did after all ask to see their work before going into production.

Comhem - Web Hits / Viral homage / Youtube Hits by Judit & Judit - (2009) :45 (Sweden)

Judit & Judit the comhem girls who already nod to Snapple's Wanda, have created a homage to all those virals out there in this 45 spot to celebrate that Comhem has delivered internet to Sweden since 1999. In it we see references to Mentos & Coke*, Chocolate Rain *, "Leave Britney alone!"*, the Swedish TV host who was suddenly ill on live television *, Nunchuck guy *, The Bad Day Viral (which already spawned it's own viral homage), Ansiktsburk * a turkish song subtitled with what it sounds like in Swedish, ending up being a love poem to "face-cans", and many more. If you recall all of them, you need to step away from the keyboard for a moment. ;)

The ad was shot by Traktor and created by King advertising agency, Stockholm.

Whomever did the media buy at Microsoft must have been sleeping under a rock for quite some time, as adage reports: Microsoft Shocked 'Family Guy' Humor Includes Incest, Holocaust Jokes.

Everybody has been saying that the Microsoft Windows 7 + Family Guy match will suck, and by everybody I mean brandfreak and Gizmodo who called it "the hackiest ever hackathon". Except me, because looking at everything from Seinfield to those House Parties then Kylie the cute and the random Windows 7 music video styled adverts aimed at college kids (one, two,three, four & more), I thought it was pretty clear that Microsofts advertising is as dysfunctional as the Family Guy family.

"We initially chose to participate in the Seth and Alex variety show based on the audience composition and creative humor of 'Family Guy,' but after reviewing an early version of the variety show it became clear that the content was not a fit with the Windows brand," a Microsoft spokesperson said in an e-mail statement. "We continue to have a good partnership with Fox, Seth MacFarlane and Alex Borstein and are working with them in other areas. We continue to believe in the value of brand integrations and partnerships between brands, media companies and talent."

Hat tip to @mtlb , that's makethelogobigger on twitter.