Last Friday we were sitting around watching Youtube video’s and drinking some wine. Maybe it was the wine or a stroke of genius. We were inspired to mash up this youtube video with one of our favorite tv theme songs.
If you have any suggestions of other songs that might work please post in the comments. Enjoy.
In their continuing efforts to battle the ever growing mounds of garbage polluting our oceans and coastlines, Surfrider Foundation joined forces with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to sponsor the aptly titled Catch of the Day guerrilla ad campaign. Trash was collected from beaches across the US, then sorted, packaged like seafood, and strategically placed around local farmers’ markets. Directly targeting seafood consumers, this creative campaign draws attention to the gross debris littering our oceans and highlights how this pollution affects the consumer directly through the food they eat. Even if you’re not partial to seafood, its hard to miss the message!
This was one of my favorite ads from last night’s Superbowl. Career Builders, “Do you need a new job…” This is the only ad that really stuck out to me, they actually punch small animals! If there are others that you all dug, please let us know.
If you’re in a band and like trucks, trailers, guitars, and gear, you probably want to enter Fender’s Road Worn competition. To help promote their new line of Road Worn Guitars and Basses (the music equivalent of pre-distressed jeans) Fender is giving away a Toyota Tundra with a customized trailer by Studio No. 1 that is filled with equipment. You can see the customization process above and more details on the contest here.
A Dutch S & M magazine enlisted the help of an Ad Agency for a really creative execution. I wonder if I could enlist an agency to create a four-finger ring that read ‘idiot’ and then get them to punch a bunch of people in the forehead?
I drink at this bar Kelly’s from time to time. I have been run out of there once, something about me calling this lunatic lady crazy. Needless to say, she doesn’t work there anymore, so no worries. It is in the East Village and offers the basics, which is all you really need in life.
I thought King of the Hill was cancelled? If it was then this promotion constructed on Houston and Lafayette is a bit strange. Nontheless, it is really creative, from the fence and the beer cans to the fake grass. Check the photo below to get a sense of scale.
Check out this collection of NYC commercials from 1985 including ads for 1010 WINS, New York Telephone (a Nynex Company), Lafayette Circuit City, and a movie ad for “Silk Stockings” voiced by longtime Channel 5 announcer Ed Ladd.
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