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Topic: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Sonic's Weird Drink Flavors Come to Life as Strangely Riveting Mouth Cartoons

Fun, or rubbernecking?

Sonic is pretty serious about playing with its food. A new campaign from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners transforms actors' mouths into zany little characters using face paint, à la makeup artist…

Tostitos' NFL Sponsorship Gets Salty and Cheesy With Eagles Coach Chip Kelly

He's not the league's official chip

Tostitos would like you to know that Chip Kelly, head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, is not the official chip of the NFL—because Tostitos is. Goodby, Silverstein & Partners is out…

Cisco Shows You the World's Last Traffic Jam in Goodby's Artful New Campaign

How technology ushers in lasts, not just firsts

One day, all the world's persistent infrastructure problems will be obsolete, says Cisco. Indeed, you'll only be able to see them in museums. That's the theme of "Building Tomorrow Today," a…

'Got Milk?' Isn't Dead. In Fact, It Just Made Two Curious New Ads

Tackling sales slump with comedy and drama

There was major media hubbub earlier this year about the death of the "Got milk?" campaign. But while it's no longer being used nationally by the Milk Processor Education Program…

Small Agency's Devious Recruiting Ads Invite You to Apply to Droga500 and MMMMother

If you can't inspire them, confuse them

Droga5 is great and all, but it stands to reason, mathematically, that Droga500 would be one hundred times as awesome. Nail, a small agency in Providence, R.I., invokes the hallowed names…

NBA Stars Play 'Jingle Bells' With the Most Festive 3-Point Shooting Ever

Jingle all the way

NBA stars are a festive bunch, with great timing to boot. They need both in the league's holiday campaigns. Last year, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Russell Westbrook and…

20 Years of 'Got Milk?'

How such a boring product got such a classic advertising campaign

—Jeff Goodby of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners wrote "got milk?"—one of the greatest marketing taglines ever. Here, he looks back at the campaign on its 20th anniversary. It is perhaps the…

Meet the Woman Who Beat Out 4,500 Other Applicants for the Toughest Job in Advertising

Grace Diebel has what it takes

It was the greatest ad seeking an executive assistant in the history of executive assistants—sending applicants from an intimidating Craigslist post through a set of ludicrous online challenges and on…

Adobe Shows You the Colorful, Weird, Scary, Brilliant Faces of 'The New Creatives'

Milestone for the Creative Cloud

Adobe just passed the 1 million subscriber mark for its Adobe Creative Cloud and is celebrating with this eye-catching spot from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners—a salute to "the new creatives"…

Agency Creates Greatest Ad for an Executive Assistant in the History of Executive Assistants

Ready to work for Rich Silverstein?

Rich Silverstein is apparently not an easy boss to have. The notoriously demanding co-founder of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco is looking for a new executive assistant, as…

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