Ever vigil for sexual imagery in any form, Shake Well Before Use directs our attention to a promotional pictorial for Vogue Italia that hearkens overblown, 9-11ish security. The 15 photos in the slideshow depict women in various stages of, well, arrest. Of course, this is high fashion so that trumps any sort of irate reactions in terms of political correctness ot the degradation of women for commerce
Adrants reader Susannah sends us this link to a great stairway ad that has a very photo realistic sticker of a woman who looks like she's just fallen down the stairs. Created by Downtown Partners, the ad is for Red Cross Canada and promotes a first aid training course. Se a close up shot here.
Hmm. This promotional piece for BBDO Germany's eighteen-month Junior Training Program for creatives makes the W + K School look like it's a place for, well, less aggressive types. No matter. We're sure both schools are good but we do like the very strange promotional piece for the BBDO school. Interested? Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's a new campaign from Boston-based Winsper for Timberland PRO's PowerWelt work boots which consists of magazine, outdoor and point of sale. The campaign's photography is quite striking if we do say so ourselves and was done by Jim Erickson. The campaign will break mid-September. Check out other creative here, here, here and here.
That Danica is getting more sponsorship action than many male race car drivers before her. Oh wait. Probably not. It's just that she's female and female race car drivers make news. Anyway, Danica Patrick, who, like all female athletes before her, did the FHM spread, signed a three year, $35 million sponsorship deal with Motorola. Her 2007 car will be black with blue accents to match Mototola's colors. Photo credit: Julio Cortez/AP.
OK, this is just
stupid oddly amusing enough to be funny. It's Carlton Draught's follow up to it's famed Big Ad. This time, the ad, called Flash Beer and created by Melbourne-based George Patterson Y&R, isn't focused on spoofing British Airways but rather that famous (and much spoofed) dance scene from the movie Flashdance. Except we don't get to watch Jennifer Beal's tight body writhe across the floor. We get to watch poor Kevin Cavendish who just wants a job at Carlton Draught brewing the beer because he loves it so much. By the end, we couldn't help liking it. We think you will too. If not, we're sure you'll let us know.