Kesselskramer gets in on the "Man"-themed ads for Bavaria

Kesselskramer's new ad campaign for Bavaria Beer is what you might expect if Guinness' noitulovE and CPK's Manthem spot had a baby:
"Ode to Testosterone"

It's more of the "man" campaign themes we've seen, especially from the boys at Crispin. Read on to check out some of the print for the campaign.

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Chrysler says Auf Wiedersehen to Dr. Z

On Friday, Reuters reported that Chrysler is putting an end to the Dr. Z spots many of us have been tormented by for the last couple months. A large frequency media buy with ads that were supposedly humerous but fell flat in the laughs department were part of a $225 million ad campaign by BBDO.

Chrysler said its "Ask Dr. Z" advertising campaign had achieved the company's intent of focusing consumer attention on the American and German engineering behind the company's cars.

But sales fell during the two months of the campaign and critics said the ads risked distracting attention from the automaker's summer sales efforts intended to clear out an inventory of unsold vehicles.

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Johnny Walker ads aim to improve morale in Lebanon

At the beginning of last month, dabitch alerted us to a campaign created by Leo Burnett for Audi Bank in Lebanon designed to run in the middle of the war and suggested it was the beginning of a trend. Looks like she was right.

Yet another ad, also created by Leo Burnett (H&C Leo Burnett, the agency's Beirut affiliate), was created for similar reasons for Johnny Walker. Using the global campaign idea of "Keep on Walking", this billboard and print ads were run to improve morale.

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Jennifer Aniston + Eminem rapping in next Nike ads?

Entertainmentwise.com reports that Nike has signed up Jennifer Aniston as the new face for their woman's line, with Eminem fronting for their men's line.

When Aniston found out she and Eminem would be promoting the sportswear together she suggested they do a comedy rap to help keep things light.

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Commercial continues Goodby's Cannes winning campaign

Bicoastal creative production company Stardust Studios recently designed and produced a startling, powerful animated PSA to complement ad agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners’ ongoing, award-winning campaign for the California Coastal Commission. The :30 spot entitled “Non-Native Species” is currently being made available to the media to help promote this year’s California Cleanup Day, scheduled for Sat., Sept. 16, and other related events scheduled to run through Oct. 8.

Last year's campaign elements from the agency, which included posters featuring Audubon-inspired images of imaginary creatures made from trash, such as the CigEgret, SporkCrab and ColaBass, earned major 2006 One Show and Cannes Advertising awards. This year, the agency's creative team, including creative director Jeff Goodby, associate creative directors Paul Foulkes and Tyler Hampton and producer Michael Damiani, called upon Stardust to stylishly conjure one of the creatures for a PSA.

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Youthography banner drives home anti-smoking message

Shannon of glossyinc alerts us to a big banner that was unveiled on Tuesday on MTV Headquarters in Toronto. The 50 foot banner was part of The Ministry of Health's Stupid.ca campaign to prevent teens from smoking.

Canadian band Silverstein joined in and did a performance on MTV Live. Youthography, Toronto conceived and executed all logistics of the "building" living media installation, MTV's & Silverstein's involvement.

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Ministry of Health/stupid.ca - Bathtime (2005) 0:30 (Canada)

Agency: Bensimon Byrne, Toronto

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Beth Short the Black Dahlia

Speaking of scary movies, the Black Dahlia movie is soon out and to promote it they've made a fake 40's news reel.

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September eleven - the rerun

 

Goss advertises bump on the head.

Bula - Swedish for "bump (on the head)" - is a brand who decided to employ Goss ad agency, the guys who painted bikelanes on the highway, to do their ad campaign and this is the result.

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