- If you're into Juicy Couture...or at least their advertising.
- The Whitehouse enters the world of Google+.
- Slate has a minimum of kind words in its piece about Crispin Porter + Bogusky and its loss of the Burger King account.
- Peter Berg is out with new work for MINI, Another Day, Another Adventure
- Is Imogen Thomas the new face of Caprice lingerie?
- Lego launches a social media community.
- If tweeting, blogging, Liking and Plus-ing isn't enough for you while watching the Super Bowl now you can also play Chevy Game Time. Yea, there's an app for that.
- Check out the new brainstorming tool, Thinkerbot, from Nail Communications
Perennial purveyor of prurient predilections GoDaddy has release the first of two spots it will air during this year's Super Bowl. The ad, which promotes the brand's dot-CO domain, is called Body Paint and features Go Daddy Girls Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels who, together, paint the naked body of a model while talking about the benefits of a dot-CO domain.
It's pretty tame compared to previous efforts from the brand. As always, there will be a web-only version of the commercial available Super Bowl Sunday for viewers to check out. The second commercial, Cloud, will feature Danica Patrick and the Pussycay Dolls. That one may be a bit more interesting.
Kelly Brook, whom we've seen previously getting naked for PETA, pimping perfume and writhing with sexual desire, has lent her delicious curves to New Look which is launching a new campaign to tout a line of under things.
In the campaign, Kelly can be seen cradling her assets while sporting hot red lingerie and stockings, lounging on a couch in blue retro-wear and smiling coyly while looking pretty in pink.
After watching this promotional video for Lingerie Bowl IX we've come to the conclusion that the LFL is beginning to look a whole lot more like a real sport and a lot less like an excuse to watch women parade around a football field in their underwear. Maybe it's because we've only given the sport cursory attention come Super Bowl time. Maybe because it truly is becoming more of a real sport. Whatever the case may be, watching it seems to have become something you do in a bar...with the guys...while drinking a whole lot of ber. Instead of watching embarrassingly (excitedly?) in the privacy of your own home.
Anyway, watch the promotional video for yourself below and let us know what you think.
Wouldn't we all love to frolic with a Victoria's Secret model on a beach in the tropics. Sadly, that pleasure is reserved for a limited few. But thankfully, we have commercials. Or, more specifically, Victoria's Secret commercials in which gorgeous models frolic on a beach in the tropics for us all to virtually enjoy.
So grab some popcorn...or whatever you need to enjoy this minute and a half of blissful beauty...and give the video a watch.
French lingerie brand Etam has been threatened with legal action after it hired three models to enter Paris museum Musee d'Orsay, drop their coats and parade around the museum in their underwear. The models, who were filmed (which is prohibited inside the museum), wander around the museum a bit and then drop their coats. They then run and giggle to the amusement of museum goers.
The threesome also pulled similar stunts at the Eiffel Tower and at the Charles de Gaulle airport. Musee d'Orsay has requested the brand remove the videos from its website (it appears they have) but we all know once video hits the web it lives on forever for all to see.
One one hand, it would seem logical to use models in a campaign for a fitness club. After all, it's just the very common aspirational approach to advertising. But a recent campaign for high end gym Equinox seems to have backfired.
Shot by Terry Richardson, his second for the brand, the campaign shows male and female models looking all glamorous and chic. It's more like a campaign for a fashion brand than a health club.
Many find the campaign unrelatable pointing out the fact the female models, hot as they are, don't look like they've ever been to a gym. One detractor was quoted as saying, "Another couple million spent on the degradation of women. Good work fitness guys."
Apparently not everyone wants to look like a supermodel.
Every year between Christmas and New Year's we sit down to take on the daunting task of compiling a list of the hottest, raciest, sexiest ads of the year and offer up a year-end advertising-fueled orgasm of epic proportion. So sit back, relax and get ready to be, well, entertained as it were.
If you've never heard of Justine Jaro, we guarantee you will seek her out after you marvel at the use of her pulchritudinous boobs to sell jeans or, along with her equally hot sister, Dawn, engage in every conceivable porn cliche from the feathery pillow fight (while wearing lingerie, of course) to hand bra poses atop a skyline to pleated, plaid, miniskirt school girl antics to frolicking in bed to the liquor facial to alluring candy chewing to the gratuitous booty shot to hairbrush singing. OK? Caught your breath? Ready to move on?
Delivering an entirely different sort of come hither sexiness is Keira Knightely who, after applying her Coco Chanel, hops on a motorcycle and heads over to her photographer's place. She then proceeds to tease, entice and lead him on only to, well, get up and leave. No that's just plain mean, Keira!
In the Coco Chanel ad, Keira was in complete control. In this Lynx Excite Fallen Angel commercial, Kelly Brook is far from in control. In fact she is in dire need of exactly what the photographer above needed. Yes. It seems Brook was left behind when the rest of the angels fell to earth to find their men. Left behind. Left writhing in a state of perpetual, hyper sexualized ecstasy. Pent up with explosive desire because she hasn't found her match. A match who can offer her much needed release from all her unrealized desire. Desire so powerful it causes her to moan with wanton abandon from the clouds above. Desire which brings her to the edge of nirvana but refuses to deliver. Desire which, if not given the chance to release itself in a flood of orgasmic delight could very well cause the world to end as we know it. OK. We'll wait. Go ahead. Check your blood pressure. All good? Good. Let's move on.
Every year we wait...with baited breath...for the next Go Daddy Super Bowl spot. Oh wait. GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons might wait with baited breath. We just anticipate yet another over the top, sex sells approach to Super Bowl silliness.
This year, GoDaddy will run two ads during the Super Bowl. One, called The Cloud, will feature Danica Patrick, who appears to be dressed like an Axe Fallen Angel, and the Pussycat Dolls. Now that ought to be some amped up feminine hotness.
Of the commercial, an excited parsons said, "How can we produce a Super Bowl ad that's fun, edgy, slightly inappropriate and also speak to cloud-based products? Like only Go Daddy can ... trust me, it'll be as GoDaddy-esque as ever. Danica will surpass her most revealing Go Daddy moment, from back in 2008 when she gave us the big unzip!"
And we wait with baited breath...
Earlier this year, MTV Germany, with help from Grey, launched a cartoon-style safe sex campaign that illustrated some pretty ridiculous situation in which a "sex accident" could occur. The campaign has now taken on video form. In three new ads a guy water skis into the backside of a woman, a flying woman falls onto a sitting man and a Vespa crash turns into pool sex. Ridiculously funny.