This ad shows how efficient Snapdragon processors are by inferring that they can be powered by insects. And if you care about cruelty to insects, you should know that the actual circus acts are special effects, a well-done combination of CGI and image collage. Which is less expensive than actually procuring bugs this big!
McDonald’s arches grow obese as BP douses an angry bird in oil. It’s your favorite logos gone a bit more mean and a lot more honest.
Wednesday, Jul 31st 2013 (7:34am)
One of the reasons advertising works as well as it does is because the actors within them have a way of sticking with us even more than the product they're pimping. To that end, a website exists to help you learn more about the people in advertising who vex us.
Vince Offer AKA Vince Shlomi AKA The ShamWow! Guy pokes fun at that schticky situation he got into a few years back in his brand new infomercial for a glorified lint remover.
Caution: Awful innuendos and a big-ass spider ahead.
Monday, Jan 9th 2012 (10:12am) | Thanks: daily what
Current trends in advertising lean towards the offbeat and shocking - but sometimes, it happens by accident during placement instead of during the creative process. Accident. Riiiight.
Friday, Sep 9th 2011 (7:21am)
Occasionally advertising executives fail to hit the mark; a joke that passed at the focus group stage ends up flatlining when it hits the TV screen or billboard space. However, sometimes we're cursed, or perhaps even blessed, with beholding the moments when adverts truly backfire, spinning off ungraciously into the land of ironic failure. Here is a collation of the top ten most cringe-worthy, backfiring ads.
A new McDonald's advert featuring Asterix the Gaul enjoying burger and fries with a Coke has sparked outrage in France. Purists accuse the cartoon hero of "surrendering" to the American fast food chain.
Monday, Aug 23rd 2010 (12:08am)
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