German supermarket EDEKA have a fine pedigree when it comes to advertising, and their Christmas 2014 TV spot is no exception.
As much as I despise their branding and their clothing, I can’t help but appreciate the new campaign by United Colors of Benetton in support
IBM’s Smarter Cities campaign features some unique interactive ads.
British female beach volleyball stars Zara Dampney (smoking hot) and Shauna Mullin (slightly less so) have rented ad space on their asses for the olympics. You go girls!
The snappily-named Canadian Journalists for Free Expression have launch a hard-hitting ad campaign that’s worthy of many a hurrah and high five. Well done chaps, it’s bloody good.
Digging the copywriter’s work on this ad campaign for The University of San Francisco .
Hamburg-based agency Jung von Matt have created an outstanding ad campaign for Lego. Via Apartment Therapy.
Digging the print campaign for the new Hawaii Five-0 TV series .
Kinect – such an ugly word. No matter – enjoy these beautifully conceived ads by advertising juggernaut McCann Erickson .
Sao Paulo’s advertising campaign to promote pet ownership is a lovely concept, beautifully executed. Chic would approve, I’m sure .
Hurrahs and high fives to the kraut pixelmeisters at Serviceplan for their splendid campaign for Lego .
I’d have cast someone much more evil-looking to play the pope, but it’s a nice ad nonetheless .
I like Umbro’s new campaign , really, I do, but I can’t see it encouraging pimply youths to buy football boots.
Benny Goodman was a Smirnoff man, if the Vintage Ad Browser is to be believed. Either way, it’s a great resource.
Margarine. Let’s be honest, it’s filth! Why on earth you’d spunk away your money on a pathetic butter substitute I don’t know, but hey, credit
BMW’s monster billboard in Moscow is so large it sports actual vehicles on its surface. If you own one of these models and you’re short
With Paul Gadd off the radar, Thai police clearly have too much time on their hands. They’ve been busy creating mock accident scenes to deter
Subvertising, adbusting – call it what you will, all the cool kids are doing it.
Fair play to SHS. I don’t understand it, but I like it. Digging that Snoopy skull…
The new MTV Switch campaign can’t help but remind me of the television show “Why Don’t You Just Switch Off Your Television Set and Go
Badder than evil scans of “classic” movie posters. Well, OK, one man’s classic is another man’s unwatchable cack, but hey, anyone that doesn’t dig Three
Outstandingly original advertising for a sickeningly ugly vehicle. The “Bushman & Eskimo” ad in this series is equally compelling.
Darth Vader’s skills with a golf putter are enough to make a grown man weep.
Watch in awe as Mr T punishes a puny speed walker in this TV spot by AMB BBDO.
The new NSPCC TV spot to highlight the Campaign Against Smacking is splendid. Creative by Nexus, based just down the road in Shoreditch.
Ah, the Rubik’s Cube – possibly the most frustrating puzzle/toy/gadet/thing ever invented. Few people are blessed with the patience to complete one, discounting those, like
Saatchi & Saatchi‘s campaign for Safeguard soap is a graphic reminder of the importance of washing one’s hands.
A wonderful, innovative billboard ad for Anando Milk by McCann Erickson India. It’s been shortlisted for a Lion.
Jolly nice new ads by BBDO London for Hackney’s Museum of Childhood. More here.
Dentsu Canada has created a fun new campaign for Vespa.