Hmm. It's like Fallen Angels except with astronauts. Axe really does have some sort of twisted preoccupation with the sky. BBH London has created the next entry in the brand's astronaut-themed ad campaign. In this outing, we see the after effects of interplay between a crash-landed astronaut and his lucky hottie.
Anyway, it's all to tout the fact showering with Axe is like showering like a hero. Which, of course, would be nice if it were true.
So back in the day, we had AOL chat rooms. Then Yahoo chat rooms. And, youngsters, this was before it was easy to see or send a picture of whomever you were chatting with. You had to use your imagination! Actually, that was usually a much better experience.
It would seem this ad is aimed at parents who have inadvertently stumbled upon images of their daughters online in, shall we say, compromising positions. It's for the Swiss parenting magazine Fritz Franzi.
Of course it being a Swiss ad written in English with formulaic, minimal copy and image in the lower right hand corner posted to Ads of the World almost proves it's not a real ad. We've reached out to Fritz Franzi for confirmation.
The magazine, though, is real and provides parenting advice for parents with school-age children. Via.
Which Beyonce do you like the best? Her black leotard "Single Ladies days? Her hot pants-clad Crazy in Love days? Her "Bootylicious alter ego? All of them, of course? What's not to love about Beyonce in any form? Just ask this guy.
Working with 180LA, Beyonce can be seen in a new Pepsi commercial reliving all her past personas until she breaks through with her current, Pepsi-fueled Live For Now persona.
Guys, if you had a chance to make it with Kate Upton, you had beter play by her rules. And her rules require you to, yes, shave your balls. Ms. Upton appears in a Gillette video saying as much while mastering the art of the Boob Jiggle Chuckle. What's the Boob Jiggle Chuckle? Watch the video and you'll find out. And where's the animated gif? Come on, people. This video is a week old! Get on it!
While Ms. Upton certainly does have wonderfully jiggle-tastic boobs, the rest of her is shaped like a boy. We prefer this.
There's nothing worse than a sex dream that gets interrupted before, well, you "finish." So drink milk and get laid by a water nymph. Yea, that's the message Jeff Goodby gives us in this Goodby, Silverstein & Partners commercial for the California Milk Processors Board.
So yea. Drink milk. Get laid. And "finish" your sex dreams. Which, apparently, milk can guarentee if you drink a glass before bed.
All this talk about real-time marketing, inappropriate tweets and Tiger Woods has us in serious need of a relaxing diversion. Well thanks to Victoria's Secret answering the question, "What is sexy?", with a bunch of lingerie-clad models prancing about, we have our diversion. Enjoy.
In support of Pussy Riot band members who were arrested and sent to prison last year for protesting against Vladimir Putin on the alter of a Moscow cathedral, Bush Lingerie is out with an ad which features a lingerie-clad woman prancing through the streets of Russia.
The effort aims to raise $2,500 for one month of care for the band members.
Some will say, it's a valiant effort. Others will say it's just a brand leveraging a political issue for its own gain. We say it's a woman prancing around in her lingerie. Relax and enjoy.
An ad campaign created by an Indian agency for Ford has come under fire for its creative approach. Three ads, which tout the brand's Indian-made Ford Figo, feature cartoon characatures of women (and men) bound and gagged in the vehicle's trunk.
Ford has issued an apology which, in part, reads, "We deeply regret the publishing of posters that were distasteful and contrary to the standards of professionalism and decency within WPP Group. These were never intended for paid publication and should never have been created, let alone uploaded to the internet. This was the result of individuals acting without proper oversight and appropriate actions have been taken within the agency."
Here's an interesting approach that calls attention to skin cancer prevention. Of course, it's flawed because the sun can reach you even when you are in the water. Anyway, in this Peruvian ad, we see a bikini-clad lady make her way into the water. She is accompanied by the theme from Jaws. We here the theme song until she dips under water signaling the danger is over. That, of course, is the flaw but we get what the creators intended. Cover up. Keep yourself shielded from the sun's harmful rays.