‘catch of the day’ raising awareness of our polluted oceans
Heineken’s ultimate PR stunt. via @Hey_Gill
70 percent of consumers prefer getting to know a company via content marketing such as sponsored articles rather than ads, but brands spend more on advertising than on this type of content. (Content Plus)
you are not a sketch - anti eating disorder ads
it’s hard to believe that this ad was made in 2013 (other than that it alludes to ‘completely smooth’ men). mono-syllabic barbie-a-likes illustrate gillette’s message ‘she will have sex with you if you manscape’. Personally, I would have liked to hear more on WHY the ladies like a shaved man (‘less bush, more tree’ or maybe just cut to colin farrell’s sex tape for reasons why).
Vice calls BS on the rampant sexism in this ridiculous advert.
› recalling 1993
To promote an art exhibition that focuses on life in early 90s New York City, payphones were turned into audio time machines. Perhaps the most incredible part about it is that people are still willing to touch, let alone use, a pay phone.
Social media speak is pervading the copy of main stream advertising
amazing reboot of the classic grey poupon ad