- Check out hottie Miranda Kerr who posed for hubby Orlando Bloom in a photoshoot for rag & bone jeans.
- It's strange and surreal but we love this video for Vanessa Bruno's clothing line.
- And let's not overlook that Bug Circus Generator for Snapdragon.
- Quitting smoking is hard. But it works better if there's a bit of peer pressure involved.
- Not driving drunk can be hard too. Here's one young creative's idea on how to solve the problem. Use a a liquor brand.
- Coke really is it. Well, according to a recent study of the top 100 brand advertisers from Covario which dubbed the brand most "liked"
Everybody's waiting for the weekend Loverboy-style. Or at least the race car driver in this new Saatchi & Saatchi-createdToyota Camry commercial is who drives off the track after his pit crew redresses his race car with street legal garb.
In a second spot, we see a man envision all the things he can do and experience with his new Camry as he gets into it and gets ready to drive off to work. Both spots do a nice job illustrating all the features and specs the car has without it getting too feature and spec-y.
In all, there will be six spots. After the initial two, two more will roll out later this year and another two are slated for the Super Bowl and the Toyota Halftime Report.
Today Publishers Clearing House launched a social charity program on Facebook called The Give Back which lets PCH Facebook fans vote for the charity they would like to see the company award $25,000. Second and third place charities will receive $2,500 each and, to encourage participation, one Facebook fan will receive a $5,000 prize.
The Give Back program is a two stage process. In the first stage, fans will vote on ten different causes, including Fight Disease, Save the Environment, Protect the Animals, Help the Homeless, Develop Communities, Improve Education, Enrich the Arts, Promote Sports, Provide Disaster Relief and Support the Troops. This stage will last approximately two weeks. The three causes with the most votes will move on to the next rounds.
Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners has launched a social media fund raising effort called Let's Not Do Lunch which aims to capture money otherwise spent on lunch. The effort hopes to raise £1 million for famine relief in East Africa.
The Let's Not Do Lunch campaign is one of an intended 50 technology-based solutions that agency Made By Many is crowd-sourcing from agencies around the world with the goal of launching 50 projects in 50 days to raise funds for famine relief. The 50/50 project has nearly 40 global initiatives and launched October 17, World Hunger Day.
Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners Director of Strategy and Innovation Ed Cotton said, "Our idea was to create a social movement behind famine relief by tapping into social experiences we all enjoy, many of which are built around sharing a meal with a friend, colleague, business associate, even family. Through our Facebook application, 'Let's Not Do Lunch,' we are leveraging the social experience into a social action that can be shared and activated through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channels."
So, people, don't eat lunch today. Donate to the cause. You'll feel good. Trust us. You will.
Swag. Stuff we all get. Or, more appropriately, shit we all get. Because it usually is shit. Crap none of us needs or wants. But, sometime it's good shit and Red Tettemer + Partners is giving away the good shit it has received from its clients. So head over to the agency's Facebook page and grab some good shit. It's first come, first serve.
We are told there will be Under Armour sneakers and apparel, Fox TV shows, Kimmel Center tickets, energy drinks and, it seems, all kinds of other stuff.
Check out these fake ads from fashion photographer Steven Meisel. For W Magazine, Meisel shot Linda Evangelista and four red-bottomed men for a lingerie brand the magazine dubbed Tantrum Intimates." Love that! Another ad features Joel Shumacher who, prior to his film career, used to design window displays for Henri Bendel, is surrounded by a bevy of ladies styling it up in formal black attire. And then there's Carmen Carrera in a faux ad for La Femme fragrance.
Copyranter says this video will make you designer types touch your genitals, presumably because you'll be so incredibly turned on by the talents of one Ji Lee who put together this reel of word design work that, truth be told, is quite amazing. Very impressive work.