Dead famous people and the products they sell

Stay Free! magazine lists dead celebrities and the products they promote.
"Hm, was Einstein the one who sold computers or french fries?" .

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Snickers Cruncher - Dolls (2001) - 0:30 (USA)

Snickers Cruncher - Dolls  (2001) - 0:30 (USA)

"Don't go there, Don't go there!" "Talk to the hand" "Have a nice life"

"Do you have 'I think your sister's pretty'?"

Points for crushing the dang Waaaasuuuup.

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Pepsi - Roller Coaster (2001) - 0:30 (USA)

Pepsi - Roller Coaster  (2001) - 0:30 (USA)

After riding a roller coaster without spilling a drop of his Pepsi, a pretty lady makes our hero forgetful.

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Saint Snugglebear and friends - More fodder for the fire.

Artist Dick Detzner has been thrown into the latest heated fray of artistic interpretation versus religion. But instead of relying on the stereotypical church crowd button-pushers such as graphic sex or graphic violence, he instead took the road less traveled - graphic art and advertising icons!

Check out the following story from Wednesday's Chicago Tribune, then check out Dick Detzner's online gallery.

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Shaved Publicis

It's an Amsterdamned shame, but the Publicis office in this Netherlands city recently trimmed seven creatives.

Seven - out of 10! (Not counting the Creative Directors)

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I am Rudy - I am director

You must see Scumco's spec Kodak-film - I suggest you press this link and have a laugh.
This film was directed by Mo Husseini at Kaboom, and he graced the email wires to tell us the story behind the film....

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Did Nike say that?

If you haven't seen it already - here is that email collection between Nike and "Jonah H. Peretti" - Jonah tried to buy some personalized Nike shoes from them, with the word "sweatshop" under their logo.

At Nike's site you can open a " Design your own shoe " link, a very popular feature that looks like the idea was stolen from Customatix.com the "design your own shoe" site.

The idea is that you customise your own shoe by submitting a phrase or word to be stitched on to you personal pair. So Jonah Peretti filled out the form and sent them $50 to stitch "SWEATSHOP" on to his shoes.

From: "Personalize, NIKE iD" nikeid_personalize@nike.com

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Captain Morgan's secret pirate treasure - uncovered after 25 years!

You can picture it now: An advertising agency standing before the formidable board of rum lords Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, pitching an earth shattering idea in a pitch that will make all other contenders pale by comparison...

Seagrams: Is your idea original and innovative?

Ad agency: Hell yeah!

Seagrams: Will it sell boatloads of our Captain Morgan rum?

Ad agency: Hell yeah!

Seagrams: So what's your original and innovative idea that'll sell boatloads of our Captain Morgan rum?

Ad agency: Fake facial hair!

Seagrams: Excuse me?

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How to tell someone you love them

An apropriate stunt for Valentines day - or "how to suprise your agency". Yesterday, Stefano Caputo the advertising and media manager and Maurizio Marchiori head-ad-honcho at Diesel, walked in to a pitch-meeting with Kesselskramer wearing big pullovers and secretive smiles.

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Diesel picks KesselsKramer

It looked like a tight race in the end when only two were left. This morning KK presented for the second time to Diesel and they were pleased.

So pleased in fact that KesselsKramer are their new agency as of now according to Resume's latest newsflash. The first campaign produced by KK will be the fall and wintercampaign.

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