Abraham Lincoln

Abe Lincoln Trashes Clinton and Trump in This Insane Ad for Libertarian Gary Johnson

And now for something completely different in an election season dominated by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump—a political ad starring "Dead Abe Lincoln" telling voters they "just got screwed" by the two-party system.

Ad of the Day: Mary Todd Joins MiniAbe in Officer and a Gentleman Spoof for Illinois

MiniAbe Lincoln has been screaming and whoa-ing his way around Illinois for over a year in ads for the state's tourism office. But he settles down in the latest spot from JWT Chicago—thanks to the love of his life, Mary Todd.

‘MiniAbe’ Explores More of Illinois, and Couldn’t Be More Whoa-ed

If you were a miniature version of Abraham Lincoln, you'd be super excited about modern Illinois, according to the state's tourism campaign, which has brought back MiniAbe for another round of quirky sightseeing.It sort of makes sense, if you're arrogant enough to compare yourself to one of history's (and the state's) great figures but also humble enough to think of yourself as merely a downsized plastic replica.MiniAbe channels Joey Lawrence in the new spot, from JWT Chicago, as he utters "Whoa" wherever he goes. The approach also makes the footage of tourist locations a little more rewarding than your average vanity shots. It's hard not to wonder though, if MiniAbe isn't a distant relative of whoever's driving London's little yellow street-cleaning submarine.The "Be More Whoa-ed" campaign launched Monday in 16 U.S. markets and will reach the U.K., Germany, Canada and national cable later this spring and summer. A second spot in the spring campaign will break in early May.Credits below.

Lincoln’s ‘Social’ Super Bowl Spot; New Branding Strategy

Lincoln has purchased a Super Bowl XLVII spot—its first commercial during the big game—that its marketing brass says will be “extremely social.”

Illinois lawyers using Lincoln, Obama in ads

The Illinois State Bar Association is trying to boost the perception of lawyers by carting around a big picture of Abraham Lincoln's face. Mobile ad trucks are arguably the least […]