Sports Illustrated Supermodel Irina Shayk Fronts Rampage Campaign


Following in the footsteps of Bar Refaeli and Gisele Bunchen, Sports illustrated supermodel Irina Shayk is making her debut as the new face of fashion brand rampage. Shayk will front the brand's new Fall campaign. You can watch Shayk talk about her role in the campaign in the video below well as check out the ads here, here and here.

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by Steve Hall    Sep- 7-11    
Topic: Campaigns, Celebrity, Racy

Cows Hate Cold Hands


Farmers take notice. Actually, don't. Why? Because it's a rare farmer these days who actually milks a cow by hand. For you city folk, most cows are now milked by a machine that connects to the cow's teats (yes, that's what cow nipples are called) then automatically disconnects when the cow is finished giving milk. Anyway, that doesn't seem to be relevant to Zippo and its agency, Pittsburgh-based Brunner, which advocate the use of the Zippo hand warmer prior to hand milking a cow.

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by Steve Hall    Sep- 7-11    
Topic: Commercials

Pepsi Max Film Festival Entry Freezes Time (Without Special Effects)


When entering the MoFilm London Pepsi Max Short Film Competition this year, Lawrence Chen and fellow creative Hagan Wong wanted to create "a branded short film that moved through a frozen moment in time, but did not cost half a million dollars and did not use any computer graphics or digital special effects." Below is the result of their work and we kinda like it.

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by Steve Hall    Sep- 7-11    
Topic: Industry Events

Uncle Marv Aids Young Filmmakers


In three new BBDO-created, Untitled Films-produced videos for Royal Bank of Canada's sponsorship of the Toronto Film Festival, Uncle Marv comes to the aid of young filmmakers trying to break their way into the film business. Of course, everyone doesn't have a well-connected Uncle Marv so Royal Bank of Canada wants it known they are staunch supporters of young filmmakers.

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by Steve Hall    Sep- 7-11    
Topic: Brands, Campaigns, Industry Events

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Irish Sporting Organization Not Happy With Hunky Dorys Hotties


Remember the Hunk Dorys hotties? Let us refresh your memory. Last year Irish chip brand Hunky Dorys strapped several women into bikinis and had them play rugby for an ad campaign. Predictably, there were complaints and the campaign was dubbed sexist by many who complained to the country's Advertising Standards Authority.

Over the weekend, the brand debuted a new campaign which has scantily clad women playing soccer. A few complaints have been logged by the ASA so far.

One of the ads in the campaign contains the headlines, "Still staring?" next to the image of a scantily clad woman baring significant cleavage. A second ad features the same scantily clad woman revealing her ample assets next to the headline, "Taaaasty." The Hunky Dory website contains all the imagery you'll need to conjure up your perfect Gaelic football fantasy.

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by Steve Hall    Sep- 7-11    
Topic: Campaigns, Racy

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