Kenny Powers – The K-Swiss MFCEO
Been on a Twin Peaks kick ever since it came onto Netflix. Bob still scares me just the same as when I was 11 and watching it for the first time. Guess it was only right to keep him out of these Japanese coffee ads.
James Brown advertises Cup O’ Noodles in Japan.
Vhils does some work for German TNT show Falling Skies. So we were right about those questionable Levi’s ads…
The warehouse-type sample sale/pop-up shop is open through Monday.
150 Varick Street (6th floor)
Let’s hope not but, probably.
Stephen Powers has been commissioned by Ogilvy Art to create one of a kind sign paintings using a handful of David Ogilvy’s most famous lines.
I like Terry Richardson more as a photographer than a filmmaker, but the talent he works with makes me forget that.
Walk of No Shame.
Never saw this Amp commercial before
For roughly the next two weeks, MINI has placed a photo box on Kurfürstendamm in Berlin where passersby are encouraged to pop in, select a car model and don one of four brightly-coloured headphones. The image taken is immediately projected onto Germany’s biggest video screen, granting instant fame to participants. No worries if you’re not physically in Germany, technology is so advanced now that you can use your webcam to get in on the action. And for those who want more than just vanity, participation offers up the chance to win your own custom MINI.
In their new project Craft Your Character, the Belgian beer brand is in search of a story that made you who you are today. For New Yorkers, there are two open casting calls this week (Saturday and Monday) which will give you the opportunity to sell yourself and your story to the brand. If your story is picked, you might just end up in Belgium at an Abbey drinking beer and eating fries. Now you might be thinking “great, thanks for telling us but, what about you?” Well, I’ll tell you about how I got to where I am…
Half The Proceeds From This Week’s Ad Auctions Goes To The Red Cross To Help The Tornado Ravaged South
Osama’s death kinda pushed this out of our attention, and things are still really screwed up down there. Your chance to both advertise with us, and help a region in need.
If anybody out there can put me in touch it would be greatly appreciated.
To launch the Nike Air 180 in 1991, a series of commercials were released featuring acclaimed directors from across the globe. One of these was done by Italian animator Guido Manuli, who took the boot off of Italy and replaced it with an Air.