Mike Tyson, taps a vending machine to give up the goods, then gives a crazy look at the intimidated guy. Don't be afraid, stranger, here have one of my left-over women in white.
Yeah, that's not at all creepy either.
Mike Tyson serenades these ladies in white, singing: "I may be a beast that can't control my fist.... They say that I'm rough, unredictable and stuff..... but this can has more guts."
Yeah that's not at all creepy.
In Vending Machine Mike is generous with his collection of ladies in white, leaving one for the guy he meets on the street. Ain't that sweet?
In portuguese and with extra gold lamé dresses, ladies, you look nice.
Leading full-service marketing communications agency Wing is launching a Latin American focused effort for Pantene’s global Olympics campaign, part of Procter & Gamble’s official sponsorship of the 2012 Summer Olympics games in London.
Wing created a series of TV spots and print advertisements demonstrating how Pantene hair can stay healthy and shiny under the most grueling conditions – even the rigors of Olympic athletic competition. Targeting the beauty orientated female, the campaign promotes Pantene’s three-minute Ampoule treatment.
Take that part in the Ikea ad World without Textiles where the man holds a fluffy bunny after his shower, and do what we all thought that man would do - make a shirt out of the fluffy!!! Ok, perhaps not a live fluffy kitten shirt..... Or wait, how good would a purring fluffy kitten shirt feel? Then, up the randomness by tossing in a random sports celeb for no reason at all, say Michael Jordan who once was a relevant player in ads like Michael vs Mia .. and what have you got? A Hanes ad that feels like a Skittles ad! At least I think it was for Hanes.
The surprise of a lifetime was unveiled at Westfield Stratford City as Adidas brought astonished shoppers face to face with global icon David Beckham in a pop-up photo booth. Stunned to find himself face to face with his hero, a young fan can only shed a shocked tear, cue the sentimental empathy from us onlookers. Well done, Adidas, nice stunt to set the fans on fire right before the Olympics.
"Have you heard from the others?" "They're waiting for us at the table." Pierce Brosnan lends Bond-style to Italy’s largest online casino, Lottomatica. His date however, turns out to be less than thrilled with their destination for the evening. It could have been pretty cute if she whined "you never take me anywhere." Shot in the The Sheats/Goldstein Residence because there's nothing quite as Bond as that house.
"I like you Siri, you're going places"
Siri helps Mr. Scorsese reschedule his busy day, and figure out if that's Rick via Apple’s Find my Friends app.
It embraces all races as an expression of humanity. David Beckham kicks a ball against a drum, signaling the beginning of the world’s biggest sporting event. Then virtually everybody – East and West, over the ground and under the ground, gets into the Olympics. Even those who don't have the tickets can enjoy the Games through Samsung Galaxy S III’s mobile technology anywhere, so the global IT giant invites everyone for the London Olympics. One can even share Beckham’s footage using S-Beam function, a nifty phone-to-phone wireless transfer.
She's not A girl, she's THE girl. Fear No Susan Glenn.
...an with this ad, Axe drops the tired old "gets you laid" schtick and grows up to be all poetic.
The name Susan Glenn has been planted all over the web since May. Online slang dictionary defines Susan Glenn as "That girl that you like so much but you never actually flirt with because you are too worried about messing it all up", and in a post made a month ago on the "all posts are actually ads" site known as Buzzfeed you will find Dudes failing to get their Susan Glenn in 11 gifs.
Oh David.... You're really playing up on that handsome guy schtick aren't you? Oh, hang on, he's the smoothie. Dearie me, it's not only cheezy, it's a pun too.
Yikes, here's a steaming pile of... Oh, sorry. I will try to muster up as much enthusiasm for this as Dee Snyder does when he sings "call one eight-hundred steamer", *deep breath*... Yeah, nope, still got nuthing.
Madness join the 'Slow the Pace' campaign with a new slow arrangement of Baggy Trousers. Don't worry, Lee Thompson will be hanging from the ceiling in the end anyway.
This ad aired during the debut of FOX’s THE X FACTOR, celebrating Pepsi's relationship with music icons while asking "who's next?".
Woman wakes up after a wild night in Vegas (we presume) and finds that she's married to George Clooney. Yeah, that'll happen. Can someone explain the horse-head?
"Some people are lucky in life"
"For the rest of us, saving up can be smart"
"S for Saving Plan"
"DnB NOR - Bank from A to Z"
Renowned fashion and beauty director Rebecca Blake, of Rebecca Blake Films A STORY Company, has directed a new campaign for Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo launching its innovative UV Cut collection. Conceived by Dentsu, Tokyo, the spot features Japanese model and actress Kiko Mizuhara (Norwegian Wood) who is shown wearing the young, fashionable clothing, which filters UV rays, in a stylized contemporary home overlooking a pristine ocean under a sunny sky.
The spot was shot on 35mm film and is notable for Blake’s innovative use of lighting and graphic design. Interior sequences employ a striking, angular pattern of light and shadow offering a subtle contrast to the geometry of the room. The effect was produced with a specially-designed lighting rig by cinematographer Deke Donelian.
Dior engage Charlize Theron again, and while they're at it they bring back Grace Kelly, Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe from the dead. Marilyn? She who so famously only slept in "five drops of Chanel no. 5" and has already promoted that perfume back in the nineties? Yes. Dior even make Marilyn say Dior in this ad which I find a tad off, but not as off as Charlize's extra-strutty-strut. You're going to hurt yourself honey, slow down.
Dogg, Big Sean and Mike G and Domo Genesis of Odd Future, pop starlet Sky Ferreira, basketball player Dwight Howard, fashion icon Jeremy Scott, and everyone who is cool make an appearance in this Adidas ad, which was shot at parties in in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and Portland, OR. Production was done by Portland-based collective Kamp Grizzly, which just signed with Wild Plum for representation.
In the latest of a long string of projects with Merkley+Partners, Face The Music recently composed the soundtrack for a Mercedes-Benz spot starring tennis great Roger Federer. The :30, which began running on TV during the French Open (a :60 ran online only), features an earnest Federer serving tennis balls ever faster as the speed measurements appear on a nearby device. When his efforts top out at 135 miles per hour, the frustrated superstar glances at a white Mercedes-Benz parked nearby and inspiration hits. Soon, he is cruising through the desert at 197 miles per hour, the tennis ball riding shotgun in the high-powered convertible.
Please donate to keep adland alive. The Super Bowl Collection is the worlds one and only. It costs a minor fortune to keep up. If you love our efforts, please donate to keep the archive alive. You may also sponsor us with a large banner, advertise yourself as you help save our common advertising history.
Want to join adland?
Create an adgrunt account for 6 USD.
- What is the name of the song
17 hours 36 sec ago
- With this card, they're
21 hours 35 min ago
- Haha as well as "Why is it?"
1 day 5 hours ago
- This was all so much better
1 day 9 hours ago
- This wasn't an Abercrombie
2 days 2 hours ago
- This just makes me like
2 days 2 hours ago
- Ha haha, the way he snogs the
2 days 8 hours ago
- Speaking of cereal&feels,
2 days 9 hours ago
- Fair enough. You're not a
3 days 37 min ago
- It was always worth a shot,
3 days 2 hours ago