Fallon Asks Us to Ask Our Moms What's In His Head


It's no secret we like self-deprecating humour in part because that's half the work done for us, so we couldn't help warming to the print campaign for Juicing the Orange, Pat Fallon's new creativity-oriented business book.

Toying with the defining moment in which a doe-eyed child looks up at mom and asks where babies come from, to which mom immediately spits out an improbable lie, Fallon's print ads add citrusy twist to a domestic nightmare and lend the sense that irreverent ideas remain good medicine for the changing threads of business. Check out variations hither and thither. - Contributed by Angela Natividad

Written by Angela Natividad    Comments (2)     File: Good, Poster, Publishing     Nov-25-06  
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these are fake ads. the real ones don't have the bottom boxes.

Posted by: tom on November 22, 2006 01:51 PM

They're not even fake ads. They are the work of some rogue street writers. Funny that Fallon's pretentious ads (originally) get credit for being self-depricating (adrants).

Posted by: Joe on December 13, 2006 05:05 PM

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