A new ad for Chinese smartphone company Oppo has released an ad touting the fact their new phone has a touch screen on the back as well as the front. To convey this point, the brand took the easy route and chose to make an analogy between the back of the phone and a lady's back.
So the result is an ad featuring a bare back accompanied with the headline, "Don't just touch the front, the back is also interesting." The ad is finished with "Rear Touch Panel. A brand new user experience.
Oh and that's not all. Reportedly, he brand has also rolled out an ad featuring a picture of toilet paper and the headline, "Easy to use with one hand so you can get busy with the other one..."
In what basically amounts to soft-core porn, Axe is out with a Turkish ad which features Kelly Brook, 33, on a space station in various states of undress. The woman, who was recently seen writhing in a perpetual state of pent-up, hyper sexualized ecstasy, wakes up on a space station, sprays Axe all over herself, prances around in a neglige, strips down to a bikini for a few minutes in the sun (while sliding melting ice cubes over her body of course), removes her bikini, dons a skin-tight, cleavage-bearing space suit and runs into the arms of a hot spaceman dude. And...they live happily ever after.
While on a faux photo shoot organized by Olson, Sports Illustrated and Maxim model Chrissy Teigen was interrupted mid-photo shoot by an epic downpour of Skittle released from a box above her head. Teigen made the most of the surprise by writhing atop the skittles as if she were in bed with a harem of men.
If only Don Draper knew this was the future of marketing.
In a new Benefit Cosmetics video entitled Real Men Don't Fake It, a collection of men proudly flaunt their packages for the ladies. And while each of the men proudly flaunt their bulging manhood, the ladies become increasingly eager. Except what they are eager for is something entirely other than what you might expect.
As the women ogle the men's packages -- which seem to grow in size as the video progresses -- the men reach into their pants as if to offer up their porn star-sized members to the excited ladies. Except what they ultimately offer is humorous commentary on what women truly find exciting.
To make sure every teen in Israel was able to experience its annual Coca-Cola Summer Love festival, the brand, with help from Israeli agency gTeam, created the Coke Social Robot. Controlled by users at home, the robot helped those who couldn't make it to the event join the fun.
Maybe it's just us. Maybe were just really easy. If you're a guy and you're at a party and a hot woman sits down next to you and gives you the "do me" look, do you really need to consult a talking phallic tiger for motivation? No. We didn't think so.
But, apparently, the guy in this Tiger energy drink commercial needs a bit of convincing.
Not nearly as elegant as androgynous model Andrej Pejic selling push-up bras for Dutch retailer Hema and -- let's be honest -- not really trying to, Japanese lingerie brand Wacoal employs a bit of a curve ball in this commercial for its own line of push-up bras.
Buzzfeeds' Copyranter feels the ad is a bit too long and drawn out. We think it works. It keeps you wondering...or not wondering until, well, you do begin to wonder what's happening. And that intrigue is what makes it, and any good ad, interesting.
Almost 3 million YouTube viewers seem to agree.
When you first view this Agent Provocateur video created by Penelope Cruz, you might roll your eyes and utter, "Right. Another douchebag wearing sunglasses inside ogling women like he's shopping for furniture." But once you get to the end and the reveal is made, all makes perfect sense. Men have a very vivid imagine and a significantly jacked up impression of themselves. Totally normal.
Jenny McCarthy, who recently unleashed her breasts for Carl's Jr. can now be seen pimping Blu e-cigarettes in a television campaign breaking August 5. Making note that while dating "smelling like an ashtray isn't the ideal aphrodisiac," McCarthy talks about how smoking e-cigrettes have made her feel better about herself and have eliminated the guilt associated with smoking.
The ads, and associated webisodes introduce a new Blu eCig Starter Pack, packaging that recharges the eCigs.
With tobacco companies getting hit from all aside, the eCig business is projected to grow to $1 billion in 2013. And Blu already has a 40% share of the market.
OK, First of all, Christina Applegate is 41. Let that sink in for a minute. 41. Got it? 41. It seems just yesterday she was 18, all sexed up as Kelly Bundy wearing tight miniskirts and crop tops on Married With Children giving men of all ages something pleasurable to think about while trying to go to sleep on a lonely night.
At 41, the woman is still scorchingly hot but as a mom she tends to shy away from the short skirts and crop tops preferring, instead, more conservatively elegant mommy-wear.
Now, Applegate can be seen in a new Zambezi-created campaign for Coca-Cola's Glaceau Fruitwater, the brand's zero-calorie fruit-flavored line of water.