Please, Housewives, No Diving in the Fountain of Youth

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For Johnson & Johnson's Aveeno label, Ogilvy commissioned a street artist to create a three-dimensional "fountain of youth" with chalk on pavement.

See a sped-up video of how the drawing was made. It's sorta like watching a Bob Ross segment, except too fast for you to follow and there aren't any "happy trees."

Of late, Ogilvy's totally stuck on this street art thing. See what it did for IBM and Tom of Finland. If it keeps this up, subversive street punks might actually go back to using Sharpies and aerosol paint.

It'll be like the '80s again.

by Angela Natividad    Sep-29-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Campaigns, Guerilla, Trends and Culture, Video   

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Ahh the good old days! yeah we don't need any more of those jumping in that fountain right? Unless they're from the Desperate Housewives series. Then I don't mind so much, just check them out on Hollywood.com's fan site right here
http://www.hollywood.com/tv/Desperate_Housewives/5204090

scroll down to the cast and they have a lot of pics ;)

Posted by: Dr. Scientist on September 30, 2008 11:38 AM

Ahh the good old days! yeah we don't need any more of those jumping in that fountain right? Unless they're from the Desperate Housewives series. Then I don't mind so much, just check them out on Hollywood.com's fan site right here
http://www.hollywood.com/tv/Desperate_Housewives/5204090

scroll down to the cast and they have a lot of pics ;)

Posted by: Dr. Scientist on September 30, 2008 11:43 AM







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