Dear Khloe Kardashian,
We're sure you're a wonderful person and all but can you please stop making commercials? They are horrific. And they are destroying what little career you may have. It was bad enough you did that train wreck with Lamar for Unbreakable but this new work you've done or T-Mobile may even be worse.
Yea, yea. We know you can do anything you want because, well, you're a Kardashian. But, please. Save yourself from future embarrassment. It's easy. Just say no. It's not like you need the money or anything. And do you really want to follow in Kim's footsteps?
Leveraging the notion that when people get a new haircut or hairstyle and it looks good people will compliment them on it, Colle+McVoy created a candid camera-ish style campaign. Those who just had their hair cut were outfitted with the Cost Cutters Compliment Cam prior to a meetup with their friend or relative.
The outcome is pretty straightforward. The hair is loved. We just wonder what happened to all the video where the friend or relative exclaimed, "WTF did you do to your hair?"
OK, this borders on gross. But to each their own. To hype Dogbook, a Facebook application with 3.5 million users, Dogbook Founder Geoffrey Roche (of Lowe Roche Toronto) and Tyler Williams of Eye of the Storm Pictures created a video which shares a view factoids.
- 67% of dog owners would rather kiss their dog than their spouse.
- 75% of dog owners say this year their dog is going to be their Valentine.
- 89% of dog owners say their dog loves them more than their spouse.
- 97% of dog owners would rather spend a sunny afternoon in the park with their dog than with Justin Bieber.
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We admit we love women in high heels. We love women in high heels and swimwear. And we love women in high heels and swimwear who luxuriate by the pool as if they were at photoshoot.
However, as much as we love this scenario, we're going to go out on a limb and posit most women don't do this. Unless...oh wait...they're a model at a fashion shoot for Nine West.
The Outdoor Media Centre in the U.K has just launched the Outdoor hall of Fame, an organization that will celebrate the best outdoor work from the past five decades. over 300 ads have been shortlisted and inductees will be selected by a panel of industry experts. The shortlist can be viewed here.
Creative has been chosen from each of the five decades from the 60s onwards. Shortlisted ads include Nike's ad featuring Wayne Rooney painted in the St George's flag, 'Hello Boys' from Wonderbra and Landrover's Hippo ad.
The final collection will be unveiled in three weeks