Put these snacks in the order they were first introduced to the public, starting with the earliest: a) Ritz Bits Sand wiches; b) Twinkies; c) Fig Newtons; d) Kellogg’s Pop […]
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Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.
Road rage doesn’t often lead to great ideas, but it has spawned an exciting development in cab-top advertising. After first mulling an idea for an electronic bumper sticker that drivers […]
}England’s green and pleasant land, a muse to artists and writers for centuries, could soon inspire a different set of creative souls—billboard advertisers. Many Brits were jolly upset last week […]
Annie Leibovitz Portraits Mark 20 Years of Absolut Jerry Lewis, looking both defeated and defiant, sits with a glass stuffed weirdly in his mouth and the bottle from the “Absolut […]
Gear Maker Takes Aim at Soccer’s Grunts LOS ANGELES–Italian soccer shoe and apparel maker Diadora whips wimpy American players into shape in a series of three boot-camp-themed ads from Hammerquist […]
T&O’s Youth Division Skis Bear Mountain LOS ANGELES–The Orange Zone, a youth-focused unit of Townsend & O’Leary, deals snowboarders a heavy dose of guerrilla marketing in its second campaign for […]
MRG’s Ads for Startup ISP Aggressively Take Aim at the Big Boys LOS ANGELES–Wasting no time lacing into its rivals, LibertyBay.com is airing inaugural TV ads that show a disgruntled […]
LOS ANGELES-Driver’s ed teachers are a different breed. “They’re missing fingers. They’ve spent time in jail. Everyone’s got a story about their driver’s ed teacher,” said Glenn Sagon, CEO and […]
For advertisers, parody is a risky landscape, dotted with potholes that can stop a brand message cold. Amazon.com, though, heads into the gift-giving season undeterred, packaging holiday cheer as sing-alongs, à la 1960s variety television.
Client Chief Takes a Fond Look Back at Campaign’s 6-Year History LOS ANGELES–Jeff Manning is usually the one demanding revisions, not delivering them, but found the tables turned as he […]