In her continuing quest to find and consume every last can of Diet Pepsi, Sophia Vergara, again, passes over a suitor, this time eschewing the advances of a handsome fellow diner in favor of, yes, another can of Pepsi.
Created by TBWA, the work continues its association with the Modern Family star.
If you're heading to ad:tech San Francisco in April, consider sponsoring and attending The Marketers Ball. In the past, has had Digital Underground & Too Short with live bands to back them both. In New York they've had Funkmaster Flex, Doug E Fresh, they've co-produced an event that brought Naughty By Nature and Slick Rick.
During the Affiliate Summit shows they've had Nelly, Big Boi of Outkast, Three 6 Mafia, Ice-T & Coco and many others. Attendance at these parties averages 2,000.
If your a company that will be attending and/or exhibiting at ad:tech, consider sponsoring The Marketers Ball. Packages begin at $1,000. If you're interested please contact email@example.com or call 818 825-3972.
If you think you know who your true Valentine is, think again. After all in this day and age of social media...ahem...stalking, the rules are very different. And Charlotte-based ad agency Tattoo Projects is out to prove it.
The agency has developed a Facebook app called From Cupid that, by analyzing your Facebook interactions, tells who who your true sweetheart is. The results may surprise you!
Belgian band Garcia Goodbye got creative with the launch of its new single. The band decided to literally launch the single...by attaching USB stick containing the song to balloons they let go into the sky.
The band also decided it would personally travel to the furthest location the USB was found, 800 kilometers from the home.
The stunt seems to have work. The band's single has been featured on Coldplay's website.
Out for about a month (OK, two years and one month!), this video from john. st. examines the scenario of a simple birthday party which, if planned properly, is no small task and requires artful skills to pull of successfully. Using this analogy, john st, magically convinces us that if they could pull off the perfect birthday party, just imagine what they could do for a brand.
Here's one of the more unique methods a musician can use to call attention to his band. Percussionist Jorge Perez, member of the musical group Patax, can be seen in this video having his way, musically speaking, with four woman who have offered up their thong-clad asses for Jorge to, well, slap as he sees fit.
- To raise awareness of the 13th SriLankan Airlines Golf Classic in Colombo (which had been on a two year hiatus), Grant McCann developed stickers that made people's car windows look like they had been shattered.
- The Cassies, Canada's version of the Effies, is being promoted with three videos that poke fun at just how much regular people couldn't care less about awards shows. (One, Two, Three)