Bieber Begs Beliebers, Food Burned, Socks Still Lost


- Justin Bieber posed again for PETA while in Manila for a concert and said to his Beliebers, "It's really important that people adopt. I really encourage going out to an animal shelter or a place where you can get a dog who has been abandoned or doesn't have a home."

- Here's an interesting campaign that illustrates how lots of hard work - at Gold's Gym, of course - can help literally burn food.

- Hate writing cover letters? Lisa Taylor has made the daunting process surprisingly easy.

- Here's the last entry in GE's Sock Loss campaign. Really not as good as earlier iterations but still a bit funny.

- A little morbid but practical none-the-less. The Israel Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War has launched Facebook Blood Groups, a collection of Facebook Groups designed to make easy for people to donate and find blood of a certain type.

- And just for fun a Belgian dating site ad in which women are available for order via a gumball machine.

- British Airways has launched it first ad campaign as sponsor of the 2012 London Olympics.

- Rihanna's "cleavage" in a Reb'l Fleur ad gets covered up (digitally or actually) in Kuwait for being a bit too sexy.

- Co:Collective has hired Eva McCloskey as Chief Curator. McCloskey will identify new "co-conspirators" and curate talent from the existing 43 co-conspirator companies that have signed on to collaborate with Co:.

- New York and Chicago-based advertising agency Domani Studios recently launched a recruiting campaign called Future Fountain to attract soon-to-be college grads for hire.

- Moms. Get the hell of Facebook and play with your kids!

- Love this Dodge Charger commercial which riffs on period piece love and ends up being a commercial for Vin Deisel's Fast Five.

- Olive Garden caught in a lie over Olive Garden Culinary Institute of Tuscany campaign. Totally unsurprising of course.

by Steve Hall    May- 9-11   Click to Comment   
Topic: Cause, Celebrity