Women Caged In Glass Demonstrate Adidas-Wear


Who know what the right term for this stuff is anymore: ambient, experiential, transient, guerrilla, whatever. Anyway, flickr user cdfio snapped this shot of a bunch of women each encased in their own glass cube doing stretching exercises while wearinf Adidas-wear.

by Steve Hall    Mar-19-06    
Topic: Good, Guerilla

'Balls' Culturally Misrepresented in VW 'Turbo-Cojones' Billboard


It seems some Hispanics don't like the American version of "having big balls" let alone being told the VW GTI has Turbo-Cojones. Apparently, to "have balls" doesn't really mean one is a badass Mofo to a Hispanic since the word "cojones" refers literally those bulbous round objects inside that hairy, baggy sack of flesh that hangs between a man's legs. Not exactly an image that conjures a bold risk taker. And so it goes. Another billboard comes down because of cultural misunderstanding. The board, in New York, LA and Miami will be replaced by the less "culturally offensive" Spanglifications "Here today, gone tamale" and "Kick a little gracias." How un-ballsy. Image from El Blog De Popo.

by Steve Hall    Mar-19-06    
Topic: Outdoor, Trends and Culture

Headline, No Story, Contextual Ad Placement, Oops


While we like articles that quickly come to the point, one letter Page Six stories, well, even Page Six needs at least a couple sentences to maintain interest. Take a look at this Page Sixe page Bucky Turcosent us. Relieve us from what book? Oh, and that contextual ad placement? Priceless.

by Steve Hall    Mar-19-06    
Topic: Bad, Online, Publishing

The King Frolics With Spring Break Hotties


There's really not all that much to say about The King making an appearance during Spring Break other that to point you to the images and let you enjoy the tantalizingly, curvaceous sights.

by Steve Hall    Mar-19-06    
Topic: Brands, Guerilla

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