Adland sends up Showtime's pinup banners
Dabitch, the proprietress of mother-of-all-ad-blogs Adland, is unimpressed by Showtime's new ads for Weeds—pinup pics of Mary-Louise Parker that are being packaged together with similar (and more appropriate) ads for Secret Diary of a Call Girl. But she seems to identify with her tormenters, as she’s whipped up her own homage to the campaign. “Seems that the right thing to do in order to sell anything is pose sexy,” she writes. “I should have tattoed Adland’s URL on my chest years ago and tried to pose for Playboy to generate some buzz.” Our 370-pixel column width doesn’t do it justice, so click over for the full effect.
—Posted by Tim Nudd
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