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RadioPolo Xtra Strong - Black Hole - (2008) :30 (UK) Dabitch19 years 2 months ago
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StoryAd Age Green Conferance report: Ever thought of your websites carbon footprint? Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
RadioMTV3 - Anybody out there? / Count in / Next song? (2008) :20 (Finland) Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
StoryNewspapers run ads about fake airline Derrie-Air Allan119 years 2 months ago
StorySantogold will set the tune for Bud Light Lime - Miller responds with Brazilian singer Curumin Dabitch89 years 2 months ago
StoryPublicis/Saatchi to buy Leo Burnett in Stockholm? Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
StoryCumming, The fragrance and the Sophie Dahl nude shoot spoof Dabitch29 years 2 months ago
Radiokulula.com: Bokdrol & the Ed song (2008) :60 (South Africa) Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
StoryGreenwashing - a dangerous habit? Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
StoryThe mystery (and fake) forwarded email chat between Bogusky and Serpa. Dabitch09 years 2 months ago
RadioZest Health Clubs - Crazy Giveaway - (2007) :30 (Australia) Dabitch19 years 2 months ago
StoryCleaning the glass hlebarov49 years 2 months ago
RadioBKP studios - Two Tarts / Confessional (2008) United Arab Emirates Dabitch19 years 2 months ago
Storyrathergood is rather popular Dabitch89 years 3 months ago
StoryUnprecedented number of Black Pencils awarded by D&AD last night Dabitch159 years 3 months ago
CommercialsETrade - Robbery (2007) :30 (USA) claymore29 years 3 months ago
StoryLink Lust: There she was just a-linkin' down the street Dabitch09 years 3 months ago
StoryBrand tags: Tag a brand and watch the tag cloud. Dabitch49 years 3 months ago
StoryTom Ford Eyewear ad gets banned in Italy Dabitch89 years 3 months ago
RadioSydney Morning Herald - Steve Dodds - (2008) :43 (Australia) Dabitch19 years 3 months ago
RadioSydney Morning Herald - Tim Winton Booker Prize - (2008) :43 (Australia) Dabitch19 years 3 months ago
RadioSydney Morning Herald - Tim Winton Sucks - (2008) :43 (Australia) Dabitch09 years 3 months ago
CommercialsBoeing - Knowledge is a Force (2003) - 0:30 (USA) claymore29 years 3 months ago
StorySue Simmons dropped the F-Bomb on telly last night Dabitch09 years 3 months ago

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"Your Ad friendly make up tutorial is not Ad friendly" This actually took much longer than I expected. Must be the new policies. pic.twitter....
Toddler girl running to dad was so adorable swear my ovaries screamed.
I have to agree, good concept but fail in execution. That sound design killed my ears.
Ha! A Mail-order brides site should partner with the company next.
I've seen it all before... ;)
This is great!
Whoohoo. Here's a news clip about the 1995 Dockers campaign found on youtube.
Debbie & Blondie also sold "Maria" to a Casino brand in Sweden (called Maria Casino), so at practically every commercial break their roaylties go "ka-ching."
It has also completely ruined the...
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The soundtrack was created by Tuesday Collective, sound design.
Please don't mention the Carlsberg Ice campaigns - or the now discontinued beer - that was awful on every level, starting at that holographic paper label. Ugh, the nineites.....
I want to BUY one of these benches, they look great too. Sell them at Muji!
The reason we have this ad is that it was aired during the Super Bowl. To find the other 1980s ad might be a little tougher, you'd probably start the hunt by finding out which ad agency worked on...
Full disclosure: my best time careerwise, and best work was at Publicis, so I have a strange loyalty to the company still.
I saw a lot of people mocking this decision as it was announced, but I...
Indeed.
From USA Today 2/3/2006
The Super Bowl is the wrong place to show cultural insensitivity. That's what critics accused the now-defunct shoe retailer Just for Feet of doing in 1999, with an...