Here's the latest viral ditty from our friends in the U.K. This time, it's a washing machine game where you can select your wash type, temperature, and added items. And then, watch the woman have an orgasm. There's a real live TV spot too.
Somehow, this is all related to Phones4U, a mobile phone retailer. Courtesy of TTR2.
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As found by my partner, Rick Bruner, over at Up2Speed, here is what is destined to be next must-follow viral event. Napster, now owned by Roxio, is relaunching and their advertising effort will be handled by Venebles, Bell & Parnters.
"We're thrilled to be involved with the re-launch of one of the social icons of our generation," said Bob Molineaux, president of Venables, Bell & Partners. "Napster is a powerful and electrifying brand, and we are very excited to put our creative forces behind it."
This could be cool.
I guess the Gucci Crotch Shot Ad didn't do the trick.
Here's this week's collection of new ad campaigns compiled by Amy Corr of MediaPost's Out to Launch. This week, there's new work from The Food Network, a literacy ad from the Newspaper Association of America featuring Sinbad from the new DreamWorks movie, two campaigns from Lee Jeans, a back to school campaign from Office Depot (starting July 7th! Can't we enjoy our Summer, already?), a "cheap" campaign from HotWire, and the first ever U.S. campaign for The Financial Times. Check them all out here.