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Ambient media - in and out of fashion?

This is SportsCenter

Absolut Hogwash

After milking the bottle concept for 20 years, Absolut and their creative evangelists, TBWA Chiat/Day, have opted to "reveal another piece of [th

Won't you take me to Honky Town

Rejoice o citizens of the world.

TBWA London shakeup

City fights back - pavement not adspace

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Naked Sophie scores even more free PR.

The now infamous Sophie Dahl Opium ad has become the most offensive ad of 2000. It'll go down in history kids!

Violence sells nothing

Violent TV Programming will stop you from buying anything - as a new study shows that violent programs make you angry - and angry people don't re


Straight white men are the new women in advertising

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The making of Ad creators as Rockstars

Pardon me, but I feel an adrant coming on. After throwing away the mind-numbing device in my house - otherwise referred to as a Television - I quic

It's sacrilege! It's funny! It's blasphemy! It's advertising! It's your call.

This has been an interesting find -- Never before have I found a(n) homage to advertising that has created such enthusiastically opposing responses fr

I'll miss the dot-coms

They may not have had actual products, and we now know they never made actual money, but several dot-com companies ponied up some nice ads over the pa

Dots Drop Spots

The Access Hollywood show reports that while dotcom companies made up 80% of last year's Super Bowl spots, they'll only represent 10% of the

Freeze dried food again?

The gimmick. Everyone has at least once, tried to use a gimmick.

BBDO is sweeping up


The land of political correctness strikes again...


What is this spot selling?


Ericsson want us to see the everyday revolution.

Come october 2nd, Ericssons new campaign will launch, the message: "The Mobile Internet revolution.

Spam in the name of Diesel

Spam is not advertising - it is the cancer of the web.

Olympic Chainsaw Massacre

NBC contributed the latest example of advertising "standards and practices" hypocrisy when it cut a new Olympics spot from Nike spot off at

Gimmick Keeps Going and Going...

Internet Ad Virus - looks like another Mahir trick.

Big vs. Small - which ad agency should you pick?

This is the simplistic theory of an industry that lives and thrives on simplification (of products, of brands): if your agency is small you are creati

This Dollar is Golden

The U.S. mint recently launched a national ad campaign to announce the production of the Golden Dollar coin.

Paul and Linus at Fallon do a Mahir.


'How was Cannes?' - Dabitch reports from the south of France

In the middle of June ad people gather in Cannes from all over the planet.

If you can't do - then teach.

Pigeon Holed - which type of creative are you?



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Pounding the Pavement - how to show your portfolio

To show your book around is painful, frustrating,and time consuming, what should one do? We've all been there.

The A B C's of advertising rules.

Work off of a proposition from a good strategic brief. It tells you who you are talking to, and what they need/want this product for.

Comments about nike ads


What should the client do?


'Hacking It!' by Tony Brignull.

"Two years ago (1990) the new president of Kraft, Mike Mile toured his kingdom. It is a very big realm indeed.


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