It's @strawberrycough's fault, as he went on a roll making up #advertisingbandnames last night, and we, of course, had to tag along. With so many creatives on twitter who have gotten wind of this hashtag by now, it's getting funnier by the minute. Join in.

Some examples from the massive hashtagflow:


No Concept #advertisingbandnames
strawberrycough

The scamps #advertisingbandnames
boldaslove

Death on the foamcore #advertisingbandnames
adland

Has to play 80s or earlier: Exacto Cut and the Spray Fix #advertisingbandnames

Tony Granger, Global Chief Creative Officer of WPP’s Young & Rubicam, and Jane Barratt, President of Y&RNY, announced today that Jim Elliott has been appointed Chief Creative Officer of the agency’s New York office. Starting his new position in early June, Elliott will be responsible for overseeing the agency’s creative direction and all work for its clients, which include Land Rover, Campbell’s, Dell, LG, Dannon, Fisher-Price, the NHL, UNCF, Virgin Atlantic and Xerox.

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This Earth Day (April 22), Volkswagen Canada wants people to know that a little air in their tires can make a big impact on the environment. Volkswagen will be presenting a 30-second television ad, featuring a slowly inflating globe. It culminates with the message that “By checking our tire pressure regularly, we could save 24 million litres of gasoline a day.”

The ad is just one part of the Volkswagen’s Worldwide “Think Blue” program, which is based on the notion that environmental protection and automotive progress should go hand-in-hand.

Volkswagen / VW - Globe / Air - (2011)

This Earth Day (April 22), Volkswagen Canada wants people to know that a little air in their tires can make a big impact on the environment. Volkswagen will be presenting a 30-second television ad, featuring a slowly inflating globe. It culminates with the message that "By checking our tire pressure regularly, we could save 24 million litres of gasoline a day."

The ad is just one part of the Volkswagen's Worldwide "Think Blue" program, which is based on the notion that environmental protection and automotive progress should go hand-in-hand.

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