Break The Monotony With SPAM?

BBDO Minneapolis and Laika–the Portland animation studio that produced the film Coraline–teamed up to make something special for Hormel’s canned pork product. It doesn’t make me want to eat a Spam Lettuce and Tomato sandwich, but the advertising is not bad. [via BrandFreak] Share

SFX FTW

This is spec creative from Sharpe Blackmore/Toronto that the client–Steam Whistle Brewing–bought with beer and is now paying to run on CBC. Most spec creative stories get no where near a happy ending like this, so my hat’s off to all involved. Share

Making The Most of Guy In A Penguin Suit

Learn more about the penguin exhibit at South Carolina Aquarium. If you suspend disbelief, you can also follow one of the visiting penguins on Twitter. Share

Phun Thymes

Monte Carlo Resort & Casino is not a fan of luxury that’s exclusionary. The Las Vegas property wants everyone to experience “opulence and superior hospitality” and believes they can open open up “a whole new world where extravagance is accessible to all and where everyone can feel rich.” That’s why LA-based David&Goliath, spelled “debauchery” wrong […]

Better Hope The Brand’s Lawyers Never See This One

This spot reminds me of Cutwater’s viral video work for Levi’s where the guy jumps into his jeans, but I like it anyway. Agency: Bates United in Oslo [via AdFreak, which is becoming a veritable vault of TV spots.] Share

Mother Launches A Pirate Ship

The bad boy wins again, care of Stella Artois. [via AdFreak] Share

Microsoft Believes It’s Time To “Bing & Decide”

Drop that search engine, or I’ll shoot. That’s the thinking in Redmond apparently. After all, search–an area dominated by Google and Yahoo–is just too good to pass up. Hence, it’s time to use a “decision engine” to “Bing and decide.” Ad Age reports on the motivations for the new product launch and the ad campaign […]

Fake Boy Band Promotes Real Frosty

See more at The Frosty Posse, or not. Share

Bert & Ernie Get Some Hops

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The Little People Who Live Inside Your Car Get Hungry For Grease

The spot above is new work from Biscuit’s Tim Godsall and DDB/Chicago. Share