So Arnold created a billboard for McDonald's to promote the restaurant's new banana bread. The billboard shows an image of the bread with a cut slice affixed to a portion of the board that, itself, looks cut off from the rest of the board. It's an effective use of a billboard extension.
But, more interestingly, passersby are calling McDonald's to inform them the billboard is falling down. Apparently, they don't know what a billboard extension is. Oh well. Anything for publicity, right?
Clad in thigh high stockings, lacy black lingerie and a form fitting white shirt, Megan Fox seductively peers out at us in a convincingly inviting manner that leads one to believe she'd have no problem at all if we crawled across the bed and slid our fingertips up her exposed thigh while leaning in to...oh wait...sorry....this is an advertising article. Sorry, thought I was filing my Playboy piece for a second there.
Anyway, back to the ad. Yes, this is an ad. For Sharper Image. We're not sure it's going to convince anyone to actually shop Sharper Image. More likely, it's going to cause quite a few guys...and girls...to close their eyes and fantasize what it would be like to lay in that bed with Megan and...oh wait...still an advertising article. Must. Stop. Now.