- Some hot women. Four martini flavors. A webcam. Fun.
- Here's that Ali Larter Absolut Lemon Drop short film.
- Vuvuzelas get silenced courtesy if Off.
- Hungry for Wheat Thins? Just tweet it and you'll be surprised what ends up in your driveway.
- What's all the fuss over Vuvuzelas? We had these things years ago and, as kids, used to blow them during parades.
- Want to see a derivatively boring car commercial? Look no further than this Dynamic Marketing Group-created VW GTI ad.
In what could be interpreted as a not too insignificant oxymoron, Dove, in a Craigslist ad, is seeking women with "flawless skin, no tattoos or scars" for an upcoming photoshoot July 18 in New York. According to the ad, the shoot is for a print campaign which will break in 2011.
The ad was placed by Dove Urban Casting, an entity that appears to be a division of Telecino, a Spanish media company
The ad also appears on CastingCall Search.
Dove Brand Police won't be happy with this but any ad that's written almost entirely in CAPS with every sentence ending with an exclamation point can't be taken too seriously anyway.
Click more to read the full ad.
Last night at the ceremony I livetweeted all Gold and Grand Prix winners in the categories above. If you weren't following along at @luckthelady, here's a breakdown of the Grand Prix winners.
Click on the category to see the full list of Gold, Silver and Bronze winners.
Media: Leo Burnett Sydney for "EOS Photochains," Canon EOS DSLR cameras. A cadaver exquis-style execution where users can post images, then other photographers take a piece of that image to continue the chain with a photo of their own.
Do you love Kettle Potato Chips? Are they not the best potato chips you've ever had? If you haven't had them, you should really try them. They are awesome and if you're a lover you are now invited to join the Loud Food Club. The online promotion and sweepstakes is the first work from Cultivator Advertising & Design, Denver, for its new client, Kettle Foods, Salem, Ore.
At, Crunch Proud, a Loud Food Club meeting leader (with bullhorn) compares the sound of a Kettle chip's crunch to a monster truck, a lion's roar, and a electric guitar. He invites new members to take the LFC Pledge and then to download a membership kit, complete with interoffice disclaimer email, pictographic crunch courtesy instructions, an LFC pencil flag, and loud food crunch caution signage. Also available are a $1-off coupon and sweepstakes entry for the chance to win free Kettle chips for one year (but only15 bags per month. Um, that's a lot of potato chips).
So if you're a Kettle potato chip lover, this campaign's for you. Oh wait, no it's not. You're already branded. So do the brand a solid and tell your Ruffles-loving friends to check out Kettle.
Last month, Samsung launched a 3D commercial projection in the Netherlands on the historic Beurs van Berlage building in Amsterdam. Now, this "projection" can be seen on YouTube as a page takeover game. At first, it looks like a normal video of the projection is being.That is until the YouTube page cracks, butterflies start flying out of the projection, and the new Samsung 3D TV is presented.
MUSE Amsterdam created the work and Starcom is behind the media.
Curve. It's a simple word. Yet a curve can be a very powerful thing. The curve of a well-architected building. The beauty of a well-formed automobile fender. The allure of meticulous industrial design. The sensation a curved object delivers when held in your hand. The feel of a football just prior to the game-making pass. The transfixing curves of the female (yes, and male) body.
We have no idea if this is what Curve for Men had in mind when they unleashed their fragrance upon the world but it seems a likely bet to us. Celebrating the curve - in human form - is the fragrance's Get Curve website on which you can ogle the beauty of the human form, both male and female.
Very cool. Go to google.co.uk, type in "meet android," hit "I'm feeling lucky" and see what happens.
Yes, it's true. Even curvaceous beauties whose breasts are so prodigiously protuberant their tops can't contain the enormity of their magnanimous girth causing them to suddenly bulge forth in the middle of a courtroom have babies. Yes. It's true. GoDaddy Girl Candice Michelle has given birth to a girl, AkiAnne.
Michelle and her husband KenGee welcomed AkiAnne into the world on Sunday. And, yes, they've registered AkiAnneRose.com with Godaddy. What? You didin't think there was DoDaddy sales pitch in here somewhere?
Of the registration, Michelle said, "I registered her dot-COM name, and a few other back-up domain names, as soon as we decided on our baby's name. I wanted to be sure AkiAnne had her very own place on the Internet, where we can post videos and photos -- it's a great way to keep in touch with friends and family. I really do think, someday soon, everyone will have a domain name, just like we all have a cell phone number." Gee. Really?
In which we play a big game of catching up on the news:
- Tony Mennuto and Gregg Singer have launched RadioFace, a creative agency where copywriters and comedians "work together to elevate the cache and effectiveness of the radio medium."
- 175,000 men trained to examine women's breasts for lumps by playing with a model's boobs online.
- Want a throwback to the 80's? Watch this Goldfrapp video directed by Geremy Jasper and Georgie Greville (Legs).
Just as it happened with the Million Dollar Homepage and Forehead advertising, Alec Brownstein's $6 Google AdWord buy, where he bought the names of creative directors and delivered a customized text message, has an imitator.
Before Brownstein has even had his 15 minutes of fame, Art Director Stacy Mann has copied the idea with an ad targeting David Droga that reads, "Looking for a great creative? A great creative is looking for you. hiremefroga5.blogspot.com."
The ad leads to a blog on which Mann has placed a portfolio of her work. Are you listening, David?