Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Luxury dog accessory brand Hindquarters launched with an ad showing twerking dogs entitled “Shake Your Hindquarters,” created by Saatchi & Saatchi London (video above).

Tesco Lotus Thailand pulled an ad by Leo Burnet Thailand after it came under fire for a scene showing a housemaid being slapped. 

-For its fifth anniversary, Des Moines agency Happy Medium did a photo shoot imagining its 50th anniversary in 2061.


-The Advertising Standards Authority banned OOH ads for fashion brand Nobody’s Child (which were created in-house) for sexualizing a model who appeared to be a child. 

-Adweek takes a look at 20-year-old St. Louis-based data-driven marketing agency Ansira.

-Campaign explains “Why the VW false advertising suit won’t hurt its agencies.”

-Not everyone is pleased with Milton Glaser‘s new logo for Rhode Island.

-Campaign explains “Why ‘digital strategy’ should be nixed from your lexicon.”