An ad can never say it all. Of course, clients often want to break this cardinal rule, because they have so many important (to them only) things to say. Thanks to Flickr user, Fachtopia for the image.
I’m not sure what devotional candles have to do with the X-Games, but the candles do make for some interesting out of home executions. Thanks to Flickr user, cybele-la for the image.
Dooce posted this outdoor board to her Flickr page. At first, I figured Utah Brides must be some kind of mail order service like they have in Russia. It’s not. What it is, is Behive State ingenuity.
Yesterday, we reported on Target’s OBIE-winning image-only outdoor. Today, we show another OBIE winner. This time the win is about context
from CNN: The Federal Aviation Administration proposed to amend its regulations to ensure that it can enforce a law that prohibits “obtrusive” advertising in zero gravity. “Objects placed in orbit, if large enough, could be seen by people around the world for long periods of time,” the FAA said in a regulatory filing. Currently, the […]
from Ad Age: A clever campaign created by Peterson Milla Hooks, Minneapolis, for Target won Best of Show honors at last night
Illegal immigration is a pretty thorny issue right now, so the billboard above, done for a LA Spanish-language newscast, has some people really ticked off, as the “CA” has been intentionally crossed out and replaced with “Mexico.” The idea is meant to emphasize the newscast’s equal devotion to local news as well as news from […]
H&M’s desecration of The Flatiron Building Thanks to Room 116 for the pointer.
According to San Francisco Chronicle, the city of Oakland plans to introduce a new weapon in its fight against prostitution: shame. Those caught by surveillance cameras and convicted of solicitation will be at risk of having their faces plastered on bus stop signs or even 10-foot by 22-foot billboards. Clear Channel is providing the advertising […]
By Casey Ross of Boston Herald: Starbucks Coffee is not only popping up on every street corner, it’s springing from the roofs of Boston’s taxicabs as well. A holiday advertising gimmick placed atop cabs in recent weeks has been fooling Hub motorists who continually mistake the ad for a Starbucks cup left on the roof. […]