Archive for November, 2010

Tagline: “Domestic Violence: To Remain Silent is to Participate”

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“Death to death penalty

139 countries have wiped out the death penalty. Only 58 are left to convince. Join us at”

Agency: TBWA Paris, France

Creative Directors: Eric Holden, Rémi Noël

Copywriter: Benoit Leroux

Random Monday this week has a lot of animals obsessed with Orangina. I’m not a big fan of this ad, but the randomness of every shot was enough to convince me that it was worth it to be the Random Monday post of this week. I hope your week is amazing. Enjoy



Ads like this one give me the creeps, but I’m not going to lie: I want a whooper now! All I did while watching this commercial was picturing myself tomorrow eating a whooper for lunch. Those Koreans know how to hypnotize after all.

Condom Ads are for some reason more entertaining than regular commercials. If you are an avid reader of 84 Percent Blog you know that my favorite commercial shows that I am a bit biased and simply love condom ads. I also think that Australian ads are some of the funniest , second to Japanese. Now, Australians creating condom commercials make me scream louder than the audience of Oprah getting free gifts.

Also, check out the letter that Big Richard sent to the Vatican.

Bouygues Telecom’s Facebook presence started outside of Facebook. The company printed 1000 books using real people’s profile information to promote their own Facebook page. Siavosh Zabeti, the person behind this idea,  said, “”They wanted us to create something that would go beyond using your profile picture in a funny way, or pranking your friends with a small joke. We decided to look at the way we use Facebook and found that even though we use the social networking site every day, we forget our favorite moments we share online. So we created an app that could change that, and keep your Facebook, in a book.”

Via AdFreak

Ads like this one are the reason why I want to work for advertising. Not only the graphics are amazing, but the whole story of Mr. Peanut and the Nutcracker is amazing.

On other news, Paul Rudnick just published a story on the New Yorker talking about Mr Peanut’s gay affair with Mr. Clean and his coming out.