Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

MUH-TAY-ZIK HOF-FER created a “Mistletoe Moment” interactive billboard for online dating service Zoosk (video above). 

-Vanity Fair presents “The Folgers Brother-Sister Christmas Commercial, Explained by the Brother Himself.”

-Adweek explains “How to Avoid FTC Scrutiny of Your Clients’ Native Ads.”

-AdAge lists “the Ads that Won the Holidays.”

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled that Nestlé can no longer claim Nesquik is a “great start to the day.”

-Cards Against Humanity is asking fans to vote on what to do with a Picasso print: donate it to a museum or cut it into pieces.

Matt Steward, managing director at DigitasLBi, talks with The Drum on bland, meaningless advertising“.”