K-What? I'm sorry, I know you want me to look at your logo and go visit your website but I just can't take my eyes of that figure of perfection lying on the tennis court as if she's channeling Christina Ricci in Black Snake Moan and wants it...NEEDS it really, really badly!
I've been locked away writing about advertising way too long. Had I known female tennis players dressed like this and teased the spectators between matches I'd have GIVEN Adrants away long ago and signed up to be a ball boy.
OK, so.....are we to believe that Beate Uhse condoms are so good (or is it bad?) they can help a guy last so long he'd get bored of all that intense thrusting and just start playing games of Sudoku or connect-the-dots on the stomach or back of his sex receptacle? And yea, if all the guy is doing is pounding into the girl while playing games on her then, yes, she is being treated as a sex receptacle. So are we also to believe Beate Uhse thinks that's all women are good for? WTF?
Copyranter loves (hates) Tom Ford ads. We do too. Sort of like the idiocy of Dolce and Gabanna ads, Tom Ford insist on foisting oddly sexual (but not really) imagery upon us in an effort to get us to somehow believe using his products will make our lives better. If getting our nuts violently grabbed by a naked woman with an expression that could kill is his idea of persuasion, it's doing a great job making us run in an entirely opposite direction.
Without fear of American political correctness or the nation's apparent refusal to accept men are, in fact, sexually attracted to women, we are thankful to have Che Magazine's continuing campaign which gleefully and without apology offers up women as objects of desire to increase circulation. Oh there's a joke in there somewhere but we're gonna leave that to you.
Created by Antwerp's Duval Guillaume, the ad envisions the ideal desk calendar for the man trudging, wearily, through his day when he'd rather be tossing everything off his desk and throwing that hottie down on it for some intense mid-afternoon tension relief. Come on, you know it's true. Just admit it.
See the ad in its full sized glory here.
Ugh. Anything to get guys to drool. Oh wait, that's a good thing. We like to walk around with our jaw dropped to our knees and saliva drolling down our face like a Neanderthal who hasn't seen his cave hottie for over a year. Apparently, Clontarf Irish Whiskey knows guys are easy targets for this stuff and the latest drool-worthy tactic is the girl-on-girl kiss.
That and a cute play on the phrase, "Kiss me, I'm Irish." We like is as we're sure many others will. However, Complex wonders just how well this might go over in the predominantly Catholic Irish culture.
Well we wouldn't expect anything or than full on wood from UK lingerie maker Anne Summers now would we? Of course not. The gentlemen in this commercial are the lucky recipients of hand-delivered wood. Yes, door-to-door, door-to-bed, door-to-office wood courtesy of finely dressed woman sporting Anne Summers lingerie. Now what more could a man ask for on Valentine's Day?
Phone sex too confrontational? Put the work where it belongs -- into your thumbs. Get into "promiscuous text."
Let's Have TXT is Virgin Mobile USA's raunchy rendition of a Valentine's Day mobile campaign. Play the voyeur as a trained professional of your choice -- housewife, plumber, cowboy, nurse or sexbot -- invites you to take part in sweaty handplay on that most seductive of QWERTY keyboards.
That clammy-palms feeling is also viral. Create invites for friends!
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There's no reason the debate over global warming has to center on films created by former vice presidents when it can include guys with six packs and girls with impossibly hot bodies. That's the direction LAVA Communications' Steve Hirst took with a new Australia-based campiagn he's placed on the social campaign site GoShout.
The campaign's video depicts winter in the year 2079. While one might expect to see bleak, snow covered imagery, we, instead, are presented with what turns out to be a pool party complete with bikinied booty and bare chested six packs. Because, ya know, global warming has eliminated winter.
Maybe because the recent Lynx (Axe) Chocolate campaign needed a bit of a kick in the ass, British hottie Keeley Hazell was snagged for a photo shoot with the chocolate flavored dudes themselves.
Wearing a chocolate colored bikini, Keeley likely gave passersby an uplifting experience as they watched her cavort with the chocolate dudes on the lawn in front of London Bridge. My God that girl is hot. See more here.
- While Salesgenie has pulled its Panda ad, Salesgenie CEO Vin Gupta told The New York Times, "Pandas are Chinese. They don't speak German."
- A campaign for the UK's NSPCC gets bloody with ad to curtail pedophilia and child abuse.
- Freakishly long beard, nature video and tearful wife come together in support of Panasonic's beard and hair trimmer.
- The story of Adidas' Adi Dassler is told in an animated video.
- If you like cheesy porn video and potato chips, you'll love this NSFW ad for Aminkia Chips.