- Cindy Crawford is in a new JCPenney ad campaign with her mother and her daughter.
- Pepsi is bringing Michael Jackson back from the dead and using him in a new upcoming ad campaign.
- The story behind the Red Tomato Pizza VIP Fridge Magnet. Remember? You push a button to order your pizza.
- Here's that video from CHI&Partners for Every Mother Counts that urges all mothers to become silent on Mothers Day in some sort of protest to get mothers recognized. Guys around the world are cheering right now. An entire day without their woman nagging them.
- A new campaign for Accountemps.
- Here's some parodies (one, two) of the Clorox Bleachable Moments campaign.
- Here's some inspirational work for the Candian Paralympic Committee
Digiday is out with an advertising technology-themed Hitler Reacts video. You've seen the video before. It's been parodied a million times with a million different topics; Leno moving back to late night, Justin Bieber not comprehending the word"German," the iPhone ending up with Gizmodo and many others.
The video skewers the present state of online advertiwsing and its ridiculously over complex fuckery which has caused the industry to foist upon us company after company whose sole missions are to fix the fucked up situation the company before it caused.
Isn't the sole purpose of drinking Jagermeister to get trashed out of your mind? After all, what other purpose does the drink serve? It's not like it actually tastes good or anything. So why has the brand, for its first-ever U.S. TV campaign gathered together the likes of Keyshawn Johnson, Kerry King, Freddie Roach, Mike Lingerfelt, Mister Cartoon, Nathan Fletcher and recently inducted Rob Smets for an all out manly man-fest.
But...here's the thing. These guys are really successful. Are we to believe they actually still drink Jager as opposed to, oh, say, some fine scotch?
Oh wait. According to the press release, "Jägermeister is a strong drink for strong men, with strong bonds." OK. It all makes perfect sense now.
Anyway, the spot, created by LA-based Mistress, breaks today and can be seen on FX, Spike, Comedy Central, ESPN, Discovery and Fox Sports. Supporting the TV buy will be online efforts on Complex and VICE as well as outdoor