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Topic: Jesus

How Jesus and His Marketing Team Came Up With the Craziest Ad Stunt in History

1one Production was there, evidently

Jesus Christ pulled off some pretty impressive brand stunts in his day: turning water into wine; healing the blind; feeding the multitude with the loaves and fishes. But when it…

Jesus Joins Che Guevara, Genghis Khan and More in Online Investment Ads

But it's 'not meant to be offensive'

You wouldn't think Jesus would be too concerned about his investment portfolio these days, but online trading service Kapitall has tapped Him as a spokesman anyway in a campaign featuring…

When Sarah Silverman and Jesus Chat About Abortion, Who Could Possibly Be Offended?

Comic promotes 'V to Shining V' rally

If there's one thing that can finally bring America together on this whole abortion issue, it's definitely a blasphemous video of Sarah Silverman hanging out with her feminist bestie, Jesus…

Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Teresa Stump for Unicef in Extremely Virtuous Holiday Ads

You can join them, my child

Forget about those famous Internet felines in Friskies' Christmas spot. The real holiday supergroup is in this campaign from Forsman & Bodenfors for Unicef Sweden. I'm talking about Jesus, Gandhi and…

Ad Campaign With Tattooed Jesus Gets Lots of Ink, Not All of It Positive

Marked by our past: a strained metaphor?

The evangelicals at JesusTattoo.org are drawing predictably polarized responses for billboards around Lubbock, Texas, that show Christ covered in tattoos (reading "outcast," "jealous" and "addicted," among other things) and a…

Jesus Was the 'Original Hipster,' Down to His Grubby Converse Sneakers, Say Church Ads

Brooklyn's Catholics are too cool

Every now and then, you get a provocative church ad, like Florida's "Come get hammered" billboard or pretty much anything New Zealand's St. Matthew-in-the-City puts out. Catholic ads are typically…

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