What the heck is that campaign really selling? All I've learned so far is that bunnies are prone to temper tantrums when stressed and frickin' cute with their tongues sticking out. I'm not sure what to buy now. Maybe some carrots.

Things You Can't Do Coked Up, and I have only one to add: "read that three page blog in it's entirety". What? Coked up is advertising related. Don't pretend you don't know what I mean.

Meatwater - oh my. Go around and read the product descriptions. It'll take you a while to find that it's a photographer's publicity piece. Nice work, and really icky product idea. :)

The Fox channel has recently announced that it will reduce the number of commercials on two of their new Fall shows - J.J. Abrams' "Fringe" and Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse". Will this make the shows more watchable? Maybe, maybe not.

Oh yeah, so you think photos of little kids in their parents wellingtons are cute, right? Wrong. No agency credit on this submission so I have no idea if this is spec or not. This is all the info I got;

Advert title(s): Many children get into their father's shoes very early.
Help them get into school shoes instead. Donate generously.


The Black Pencil, was presented to 6 creative teams at the D&AD Awards Ceremony in London last night.
Fallon's "Gorilla" for Cadbury won in TV & Cinema Advertising, 'The National Gallery Grand Tour' by The Partners in Poster Advertising, 'Get the Glass' by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, and Projector Inc, for 'Uniqlock' in Online Advertising.  Apple won two Black Pencils for the iMac and the iPhone.  This makes the multi-national design company the biggest single winner of Black Pencils in D&AD's 45-year history with 6 won since 1999.

Oh my god, I'm so grossed out. These helpful little bins allow you to dispose of your cigarette butts there, while doubling as a really gross image that may indeed turn you off from smoking, at least temporarily. See, part of the X-ray image is transparent allowing for the accumilated butts inside to be part of the visual. Apparently this is a new medium called "adbins".


John West is known for canned salmon, tuna, sardines, anchovies, kippers, herring, mackerel and pilchards, with a claim to only choosing the best fish. And so it would be logical that the pelicans stock up on John West cans.


“Invision has created a beautiful new line of carpeting with ‘Altered Elements,” says Brandy Gill, executive creative director for Fletcher Martin. “We drew from their inspiration to develop a print campaign that expressed the beauty of nature with the personal touch of unique design.”