Earlier today, Dr. Pepper posted a picture on their Facebook page that shows an ape evolving into man after drinking a Dr. Pepper. Predictably, the image has created a firestorm of commentary with religious types decrying the imagery and less-that-religious types telling religious types not to let an ad determine their religious beliefs.
So far, the post has 16,000 likes and 1.355 comments.
You've gotta love a good old fashioned, knock down, drag out religious debate.
Help out an ad school grad. Rick Morrison is a recent graduate of Creative Circus. He and his friends have created a site highlighting the class. We'll Rick tell the story.
"We wanted to pay homage to our class--the biggest in school history--as well as show off everyone's individuality. So we created Creative Circus High School 2012, a fun, semi-ridiculous website for posterity and to introduce our class to all of you in the real world. Click the heads to hear our catch phrases and the names below for personal sites."
Check it out.
"Oh my cuteness" as someone close to us is fond of saying. This new work from VB&P and animation house LAIKA for vegetarian brand Lightlife is, most certainly, cute. To tout the brand's vegetarian meals, VB&P and LAIKA created Lightlife Vegetable Rach, a farm on which all of the animals are made out of vegetables. As they roam the farm they are accompanied by a voiceover of a small boy singing to the tune of Old Macdonald Had A Farm.
We prefer a good teak from time to time but we have to admit, we like this work.
Canadian fashion brand Smythe is taking a decidedly different approach to marketing its wares. In a campaign created by Toronto agency Open and production company Sons & Daughters, two videos feature a woman in the woods chopping wood and gutting a fish while dressed in attire otherwise reserved for a more elegant setting.