Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson. This new spot from 72andsunny debuted on Mad Men last night. The Graduate, starring Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman debuted in 1967. Previously on AdPulp: Giving Young Hungry Guys What They Want and Internet Hotties To Sling Burgers
Megan Fox may be smoking hot, but let’s not hold that against her. Like many of us, she aspires to higher things. Like inter-species communications! And thanks to a willing dolphin, an adoring team of scientists and the new Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabook, Fox achieves her goal in a scant 90 seconds.
UPDATE 10/6/12: We wrongly assumed W+K made the following Levi’s spot. Please excuse our initial error and see the revised post for the correct credits. “Just Do It” is much more than a tagline. It’s a platform, and an ethos so deeply embedded in Nike’s core, that the brand doesn’t even need to use the […]
Despite a shared lead after 54 holes, Jim Furyk did not win the U.S Open yesterday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. Nevertheless, I couldn’t help notice that the West Chester, PA-native is a walking billboard for 5-hour Energy. He says in the spot that he was skeptical, but that he’s been taking the […]
A subplot on last night’s “Mad Men” was an attempt by the agency to get the then-new Rolling Stones to do a commercial for Heinz. It was mentioned that in England, the Stones had done a spot for Rice Krispies. Which is true. See it here:
It’s not everyday that a brand celebrates a writer. But this new campaign from Rawle Murdy for Charleston, South Carlolina-based grocery chain Piggly Wiggly does. The following spot is narrated by novelist Josephine Humphreys, also from Charleston. The new “Local Since Forever” campaign feels right, says David Schools, President and CEO of Piggly Wiggly. “A […]