In this two-minute clip from Ogilvy & Mather in New York, five Caterpillar machines play a giant game of Jenga using 600-pound wooden blocks, as I'm sure they often do at real construction sites all over the world.
For the past few years, the Wu-Tang Clan has been recording an album in secret. Now, in a first for modern music, they plan to sell only one copy of The Wu—Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.
Not sure what the endgame for this Vitamin Water subway "prank" was, since it's basically a comedy video onto which the brand rivet-gunned its "Make Boring Brilliant" tagline. Still, two things immediately caught my eye.
T-Shirt Hell, purveyor of crass casual wear, said in January that it was going out of business because its owner didn't want to deal with the "idiots" who send him […]
Having written about Dr Pepper's infamous Guns N' Roses promotion before, we should come full circle with the latest about it. As you've surely heard, GNR has filed a lawsuit […]
Hey, remember when Dr Pepper jokingly offered everyone in America a free bottle of soda if Guns 'N Roses released Chinese Democracy in 2008? Well, the album is indeed about […]
With the media and advertising business more volatile than ever, it's prudent to keep one's career options open. Judging from this commercial, TDA Advertising & Design copywriter Joe Nafziger has […]
In what can only be interpreted as a savvy (or desperate) publicity stunt to regain a level of global stardom that began to fade the day the Beatles broke up, […]