In a move which attempts to place the brand apart from and above the Apple vs. Samsung battle, Windows Phone is out with a CP+B-created ad that paints Apple and Samsung users as bickering idiots.
In the midst of a wedding, a man with an "enormous phone" blocks the view of an iPhone user. A middle aged woman instructs Siri to search for "one trick pony" and a Samsung user responds, "Aren't you a little young to have an iPhone?"
Publicis Brussels on behalf of Renault came up with an interesting method to create excitement for the new Clio: RS. Yes, many a marketer have done the innocent-passenger-with-stunt-car-driver but when the scenario involves your potential date taking you on a high speed test track drive, you've got to admit it's better than most first dates.
And, after all, isn't a test drive with a new vehicle just another version of a speed date? Nice tie-in if you ask us. Though we're not quite sure if our test driver, Caroline, actually scored any dates after scaring the shit of the men who took a ride with her.
Here's something to slap you upside the head on a Monday morning. In fact, after taking a look at this ad campaign, you probably won't need any coffee to kick start your day. Australian clothier HommeMystere is out with a new line on lingerie...for men. Yes, you read that right.
Now we all know there are certain men out there who enjoy wearing lingerie but they've never really had a brand cater to their needs. Well, now they do. There's thongs, panties with some extra room for junk, teddies that fir properly and bra straps that don't slide off the shoulder.
How long before Victoria's Secret caters to the cross dresser?