In this hilarious video, two "gangs" of women take on each other in a tampon versus mooncup bathroom rap competition. For those who don't know (we didin't), a mooncup is a silicon menstrual cup women can use instead of a tampon or sanitary napkin.
It's like a direct to consumer ad that's actually watchable.
This is...perhaps...the strangest ad we have ever seen. Created for Skol Beer by F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, ther ad promotes the Brazilian Carnival season. Set to the tune of Wagners' Ride of the Valkyries, soldiers practice dance moves, kissing techniques and detonate confetti hand grenades.
Dating site Zoosk is out with a silly video in which a girl tries to get it on with a real frog. The message, of course, is that a woman's prince will never be found in a frog but just might be a few click away on Zoosk.
As a skier I'd love a product like this. Skis that retract into the ski boot so you don't have to carry them around at the end of the day. Check out this video in which a guy demonstrates his invention, SkiBrogues, fashionable leather-clad ski boots under which skis retract.
The video directs viewers to a website on which more details about the product can be seen. But in the right hand column of the site is a big ad for Hertz touting its weekly rental rates for those planning ski trips.
We like this Publicis Switzerland-created campaign for Garnier Frustis' "for any hair type" shampoo that features guys with long beards that aren't really beards and aren't really attached to the guys. Look closely at the ads and you'll see what we mean.
Copyranter thinks the campaign will win a Gold Lion at Cannes this year. It just might. Whether or not it sells any shampoo is, as always, of no concern to anyone.
In yet another hilarious, new Kayak ad, Barton F. Graf 9000 delivers the twisted goods. In this ad, we have two roomates getting intimately close to one another to experience the full on goodness of Kayak's Search One And Done goodness.
Depending upon your interests, you may or may not want to wear a sweater while planning your next trip on Kayak.
Last week a mysterious teaser campaign began to appear on outdoor media across the nation. The campaign made statements such as "The Genetically Privileged Deserve to Die, "Cat Lovers Deserve to Die, "Crazy Old Aunts Deserve to Die, "Hipsters Deserve to Die, "The Tattooed Deserve to Die" and others.
Many were not pleased with the campaign's sentiment with some ripping down the posters and one man telling CBS Chicago, "Nobody deserves to die; come on, that's a hell of a statement."
Barton F Graf 9000 continues its whacky approach to advertising with two new spots for Little Caesars. Touting the brand's $5 pepperoni and $8 3-Meat_Treat pizzas, we are treated to a couple of oddly humorous scenarios.
One spot has an office worker introducing the hot and ready $5 pizza to conference room occupants...including the conference room's electronic equipment which gets just as excited as the human occupants.
In another spot, Woods, a couple of girls are surprised by a deranged clown with a horn.
Pizza. Pizza. As strange as it ever was.
Fitness brand Equinox has once again hooked up with photographer Terry Richardson to shoot the brand's 2013 ad campaign. The campaign, shot at the Pierre Koenig Stahl House in Hollywood Hills is said to "voyeuristically capture a moment made possible by the Equinox-powered body."
So the takeaway? If you work out at Equinox, you can look hot walking up stairs in high heels, slink across a pool table in a sexy cocktail dress, peer knowingly into the camera while laying on a bed as a headless hottie stands over you and strike a starter block pose naked while yet another impossibly hot woman drapes herself over your back.
See? Staying fit dertainly does have its benefits, right?
Richardson's work for the brand's 2012 campaign came under fire for degrading women.
This past April, we highlighted some typically twisted car dealer advertising from Cosby, Texas-based John Keating Chevrolet. The dealership is owned by Rick Melartin who, in the ads, referred to himself as The Finnisher (he's from Finland and competed in the Olympics) because he caught three robbers at gunpoint over the course of 15 years.
The ads are, indeed, strange but he was hailed locally as a hero for his neighborhood protection efforts. That, however, may no longer be the case. Melartin, 51, and his assistant, 37-year-old Maroun Koutani have been accused of plying a 16-year-old female employee, the dealership's receptionist, with alcohol and sexually fondling her in a dealership office.