Don’t worry, I didn’t know who the hell he was either. #thatold
One of the finalists in the Creative Out Of Home Awards in the UK. In the category of Special Build; certainly ticks that box.
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One of a series of outdoor ads by Miami Ad School students.
Ad includes a sensational positioning statement for Tesla: Crazy today. Brilliant tomorrow.
We love a good USP.
- Benson & Hedges: When only the best will do, and isn’t that all the time?
- Fedex: Absolutely Positively Overnight
- Ashley Madison: Life is short. Have an affair
There is a category at the Cannes Lions for casting.
Ad is by Whybin TBWA\Melbourne.
That famous ad man David Ogilvy said a billboard should contain not more than seven words.
Oscar Powell runs a record label and is also a recording artist. He wanted to use a vocal sample on his song Insomniac from Steve Albini, a singer/songwriter, music journalist and a recording engineer of some renown. So he emailed Steve to ask permission.
Steve emailed back a rant about how much he hated Powell’s music genre but added, ‘do whatever you like’.
And in an inspired piece of promotion, Powell reproduced the whole email on a billboard.
It did not catapult Insomniac to the Billboard HOT 100. Here is the song. Draw your own conclusions.
A Japanese man has won the Nobel Prize for Physics with his discovery of exotic states of matter. Also the Nobel Prize for Moves.
Can you do it again but with some more self-expression?
This is wicked clever.
Top job convincing the client that there’s a link between time-shifted celebrities and their new range of luxury cars.
Media Tonic Clever Pants Outdoor Ad of the Week:
Speaking of awards, the Australian Web Awards close on September 16th.
Ad for the comedy movie War Dogs. Gotta love those fun-loving arms dealers.