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Topic: Sports Illustrated

BBDO Art Director Tells Us All About Snickers' Absurdly Photoshopped Swimsuit Model

'Print advertising still isn't dead'

BBDO New York has a big hit with its Snickers print ad—placed on the back cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue—that shows a swimsuit model comically and disastrously Photoshopped by…

Snickers Just Put the Most Epic Photoshop Fail on the Back of SI's Swimsuit Issue

Seems the retoucher was hungry

The front cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue is trying to be a bit more progressive this year, with one of the three covers produced featuring plus-size model Ashley Graham.…

SI's Swimsuit Models Look a Bit Less Lovely If They Have Cable Instead of DirecTV

Hannah Davis, Chrissy Teigen and Nina Agdal get Rob Lowed

To date, Rob Lowe has been the only celebrity to suffer physical indignities in Grey's DirecTV campaign making fun of cable customers. But now he can add three famous supermodels…

Snickers Took Over the Back of SI's Swimsuit Issue With a Ssssplendid 'You're Not You' Ad

Model becomes Medusa

Snickers and BBDO New York have followed up their brilliant "Brady Bunch" Super Bowl ad with an inspired print piece—taking over the back cover of Sports Illustrated's new Swimsuit Issue…

SI's Swimsuit Issue Finally Includes a Plus-Size Model, at Least in Its Advertising

Ashley Graham shows off Swimsuits For All

This year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue will make history by featuring a plus-size model—in its advertising, anyway. The gorgeous model, Ashley Graham, will not be posing in the editorial content next…

Things Are About to Get Even Worse for the NFL, When This Ad Runs on SI.com

Sports site reverses course, accepts hard-hitting spot

Sports Illustrated has reversed its call and will run an NFL-themed domestic violence ad from advocacy group Ultraviolet on its website Thursday, three days before the Super Bowl. The 15-second video…

Topless Sports Illustrated Cover Recreated With Curvy Models

Swimsuits for All celebrates plus sizes

Swimsuits for All, a popular online retailer, has recreated this year's widely discussed Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover, but instead of the topless Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal and Lily Alridge, plus-size…

Sports Illustrated Brings You Kate Upton in Zero Gravity

Photo shoot is out of this world

We all know the purpose of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is to create spank-bankable material in a format convenient for reading on the toilet. But the baseness of its…

Lexus Hides Swimsuit Models in Interactive 'Sports Illustrated' Ad

Scan a code, and they come to life

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…

Lexus Print Ad Roars to Life, With a Little Help From an iPad

CinePrint adds color, music and sound

We've written before about print ads that don't just sit there looking pretty. Here's the latest one: a Lexus ad in the Oct. 15 Sports Illustrated that suddenly becomes animated—the…

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