Writing in Forbes, Susannah Breslin takes a look at a fashion brand which incorporated porn into its advertising. Mugler's Brothers of Arcadia line of clothing debuted with a graphic 14 page brochure and an x-rated video hosted on porn site XTube. The book was created by Mugler creative director Nicola Formichetti who is also Lady Gaga's fashion director. The film was created by Branislav Jankic
Oh if only life was full of ass like it always is in an Axe commercial. In this particular Axe commercial, Mexico appears to be facing an end of days-style disaster which has motivated a man to build an ark. Now this isn't your every day ark. No. Not at all. It's been outfitted with all the necessary features any man could want. Including room for a bevy of bodaciously bootylicious babes to keep him well occupied with round the clock sex during his excursion.
Ah, the Axe life. What's not to love?
What's your ultimate fantasy? Well, when it comes to fantasy, the possibilities are limitless. Except, of course, when the fantasy has to do with Bud Light Lime and the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Because when we're talking about Bud Light Lime, lime has got to be front and center and when we're talking about the UFC, well, it's a no brainer the focus is on the ring girls.
So, put the two together and what do you have? Super hot UFC girl Arianny Celeste rolling around topless in a pile of limes while professing her love for "a good submission." And by good submission, you know exactly what she wants from you. Given her hotness, we imagine it won't be hard (or will it?) for most guys to deliver.
We guarantee you absolutely will not foresee how this ad ends. We can say this with absolute certitude. Along the way you may wonder if its an ad for a feminine hygiene product or, perhaps, a contraception product or maybe even an ad calling attention to teen pregnancy or rape.
But you will never guess how it ends. Until it ends. And then you will just scratch your head and curse the creative for creating this just because it was "creative."
A recent internet video ad created by Ladd Ehlinger for political action group Turn Right which features plenty of booty dancing and controversial statements has been labelled by some the most racist and sexist ad ever. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee released a statement condemning the ad which points its sights at Democratic candidate Janice Hahn who is running in a special election for retired California state representative Jane Harman's seat.
The ad, which likens Hahn to a stripper's ass, addresses Hahn's alleged use of government funds to hire former gang members to become gang intervention specialists, part of an effort to reduce crime.
Both Hahn and her Republican opponent have condemned the ad.
Racist? Probably. Sexist? Probably. Just plan bad? Definitely.
Continuing her work with Candie's, High School Musical star and one-time nude internet celebrity, Vanessa Hudgens is fronting the brand's Candies's only at Kohl's campaign which will consist of print and television. The campaign will highlight "Candie-isms," trite little girly statements such as "Candie's girls believe you can do anything in heels," "Candie's girls know sprinkles are a food group" and "Candie's girls never forget to treat themselves."
Of her work on the campaign, Hudgens said, "I love Candie's because they have so many great pieces you can mix into your wardrobe. My style is very similar to the Candie's girl style in a sense where we just want to have fun."
And, of course, not leaving out the social element, brand fans can vote for one of three commercials which will air in late July.
Check out the full on hotness of Hudgens on this campaign highlight page.
Our super hot friend Amber Lee Ettinger, otherwise known as the infamous Obama Girl, has a new gig. She's hosting a new web show called Gadget Girl from Digital Driver. On the show, Ettinger will make viewers aware of the latest technology as well as offer up tips and tricks.
As far as we can tell, she won't be hosting in a bikini but that's probably a good thing because when Amber's in a bikini, the last thing people are concentrating on is what she's saying. And, to be clear, we don't mean that to be rude. It's just a fact. When you're hot, you're hot. And people are gonna look.
Anyway, if you're a gadget geek who loves to watch hot chicks talk about tech, you're gonna love Gadget Girl. And just as a public service of sorts...if you really, really want to see Amber in a bikini, here she is in all her glory.
Looks like Nokia is doing whatever it can to stay alive and the brand has enlisted Barbie to help. In a new ad, called Freedom, for the very girly Nokia N8 Pink phone, director Dave Wilson tells us he wanted to "celebrate the world of hot pink and the glamor that goes with it." You can check out both the making-of video and the actual ad below.
Of the music in the commercial, Wison said, "Being able to work with the Sugarbabes' Freedom as a soundtrack for the piece lent itself to the empowered personas that we'd created for the dolls." Good God what a load of ad blather! But, hey, the ad is kind of fun. Except for the fact Wilson gleefully twists Barbie's head all the way around as if she were Linda Blair in The Exorcist.
All to sell a phone. From a company that isn't doing so well financially and is rumored to be in talks with Microsoft over selling itself to the software giant. But hey, pink is the new success. Or success is the new pink. Or whatever...
With a video that has garnered over 750,000 views on YouTube, Thinkmodo, which produced Times Square Hack, is helping game controller extend get some publicity. The video purports to be a report of sorts on what is said to be a growing trend: nude gaming parties; gatherings in which gamers show up nude and game together.
Of course, nude gaming isn't a thing unless you count drunk, ball scratching guys who are too lazy to get dressed or women who are so hot they can't help but do everything nude just to get attention and drive those of us in view insane with desire.
Nope, it's all just a marketing stunt. And a good one at that.
Reebok's all fixated with ass when promoting its Reetone but-enhancing sneakers. Skechers has long been associated with hotties like Kim Kardashian and Christina Aguilera. So why can't Nike get in on the fun? Well, courtesy of Playboy, they can.
Playboy has launched Sole Mates, a celebration of the shoe which launched in 1985 and was made famous by Michael Jordan. Over the years there have been many styles of the show and Sole Mates celebrates the top 23...with help from 23 Playmates, of course.
Oh and yes, just like everything else in advertising, this is trying to sell something so don't hold it against Playboy when they hit you up for $4.95 to view the entire feature, complete with nudity.