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Tim Nudd

Man Uses Grappling Hook and Rope to Flee Michael Wolff in USA Today Ad

USA Today has begun promoting several columnists in short YouTube videos—the most entertaining of which stars Michael Wolff, erstwhile Adweek editor and current writer for USA Today's Money section. In…

3 Ad Agencies Try to Rebrand Feminism. Did Any of Them Get It Right?

Does feminism need rebranding? Elle U.K. thinks so, and invited three British ad agencies—Brave, Mother and Wieden + Kennedy—to work on it with three feminist groups. The results, published in November's…

Ad-Free Issue of September Vogue Is an Engineering Marvel, but It Will Cost You

For anyone who avoided picking up this year's September issue of Vogue because it would cause back trouble to carry around, here's another option—an ad-free version is for sale on…

Racy Ad Claims Newspaper's New Website Is Better Than Sex (NSFW?)

Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz has ruffled some bedspreads with this truly odd (and probably NSFW, though it's not really explicit) commercial positioning its new website as way more exciting than boring…

Incredible Cover of Boston Magazine Made of Shoes Worn in the Marathon

The stunning May cover of Boston magazine features a photo of shoes worn in this year's Boston Marathon, arranged in a heart shape. "We will finish the race," says the…

The New York Times Defends Putting Ad With Bloodied Man Next to Bombing Coverage

The New York Times took some heat from readers on Monday for allowing an online ad showing a bloodied man lying on the ground to appear next to coverage of…

Chicago Tribune Buys Pizza for Boston Globe After Last Week's Hell Week

The Chicago Tribune really, really loves Boston. Following the moral support it showed last week in the wake of the bombings at the marathon (via an impressive stunt on the…

Chicago Tribune Honors Boston With Amazing Tribute From One Great Sports Town to Another

Here's a pretty incredible piece of editorial from the front page of the sports section in Tuesday's Chicago Tribune—a tribute to Boston following Monday's bombings that turns all Chicago sports…

Lexus Hides Swimsuit Models in Interactive 'Sports Illustrated' Ad

Automakers seem to love the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue—probably because women wearing little clothing have been a staple of auto ads for generations. Last year we saw Ford sneak a…

Wired Hides a Sneaky Message on the Spines of Its 2012 Issues

Wired celebrated its 20th anniversary year in 2012 with a hidden and quite old-school little print puzzle. If you stack the January through December issues with the covers facing up,…

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