Watch as cars bounce off of each other. Rubber necking at its finest.
Check out this creative video of Jingle Bells played by Microwaves. Merry Christmas.
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.
The phone has a picture of Bruce Lee on the back along with his signature. It also comes bundled with a bunch of rare photos of the Dragon as well as accessories and, best of all, a Bruce Lee doll.
Check out this amazing video.
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.
Times sure have changed!
As Mike Muir would say, “all I wanted was a Pepsi , and she just wouldn’t give it to me…” BBDO Dusseldorf created the one calorie PepsiMax suicide campaign that seems to be causing some problems. I am not sure why… more images after the jump. Check out the full story here.
Australia beer company Toohey‘s has a pretty cool promotion based on the 6 degree’s of seperation. “Everybody is connected to everybody else by no more than six personal contacts. But is it only a theory? tooheys Extra Dry is creating a TV show to find out.”
So you need to send in a video of who you want to meet, they will give you a 6 pack some cash and a camera crew, you set off to meet 5 people who will lead you to the 6th person the one you want to meet. It sounds like it is a pretty cool concept lets see if they can pull it off. If it was done in the US, I think it would involve dancing.
Check out the promo video on their site. At least they are planing on introducing you to cool people. Artist, designers, musicians.
“A clever ad for HSBC by Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai ad agency in India. The bank wanted to raise awareness of the dangers of global warming, so the clever ad guys glued an aerial photo of a city’s skyscrapers to the base of a swimming pool …” Via:NetoRama
Sarah Palin, taking care of buisness back in Alaska. Watch the interview, and notice the man killing turkeys behind her.
A great bit of advertising for Guinness.
Damn I love the Onion.
Ah, Ok, now I am feeling uncomfortable.
Maktub Beverage ads, the concept of home delivery of alcohol. “Drinks for Every occasion”. Extreme occasion.