Gard Hairspray: Dandelion

Gard Hairspray: Dandelion

Volume that keeps up longer. Extra strong hairspray.

Advertising Agency: Y&R Germany
Creative Director: Uwe Marquardt
Copywriter: Kai-Oliver Sass
Art Director: Harald Schumacher
Graphics: Julia Sturm

Whiskas: Rat

Whiskas: Rat

Smart cats prefer whiskas.

Copywriter: Sangeeta Vinay
Concept / Illustrator: Harshik Suraiya

Whiskas: Fish

Whiskas: Fish

Smart cats prefer whiskas.

Copywriter: Sangeeta Vinay
Concept / Illustrator: Harshik Suraiya

Whiskas: Bird

Whiskas: Bird

Smart cats prefer whiskas.

Copywriter: Sangeeta Vinay
Concept / Illustrator: Harshik Suraiya

It’s A Crazy Christmas

This brings back memories of WOR, which was on my Atlanta cable system in the 80’s.

jbs mens underwear: Toilet

jbs mens underwear: Toilet

Men don’t want to look at naked man.
jbs mens underwear

Advertising Agency: & Co, Denmark
Creative Director: Thomas Hoffmann
Art Directors: Thomas Hoffmann, Martin Storegaard
Photographers: Rasmus Mogensen, Morten Laursen

jbs mens underwear: Masturbation

jbs mens underwear: Masturbation

Men don’t want to look at naked man.
jbs mens underwear

Advertising Agency: & Co, Denmark
Creative Director: Thomas Hoffmann
Art Directors: Thomas Hoffmann, Martin Storegaard
Photographers: Rasmus Mogensen, Morten Laursen

jbs mens underwear: Breakfast

jbs mens underwear: Breakfast

Men don’t want to look at naked man.
jbs mens underwear

Advertising Agency: & Co, Denmark
Creative Director: Thomas Hoffmann
Art Directors: Thomas Hoffmann, Martin Storegaard
Photographers: Rasmus Mogensen, Morten Laursen

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Old lady

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Old lady

Advertising Agency: Heimat, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Guido Heffels, Juergen Vossen
Copywriters: Sebastian Kainz, Guido Heffels, Till Eckel
Art Directors: Tim Schneider, Marc Wientzek
Photographer: Wolfgang Stahr
Illustrator: Michael Mackens
Art Buying: Marjorie Jorrot
Print Producer: Carola Storto

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Mongoloid

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Mongoloid

Advertising Agency: Heimat, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Guido Heffels, Juergen Vossen
Copywriters: Sebastian Kainz, Guido Heffels, Till Eckel
Art Directors: Tim Schneider, Marc Wientzek
Photographer: Wolfgang Stahr
Illustrator: Michael Mackens
Art Buying: Marjorie Jorrot
Print Producer: Carola Storto

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Man

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Man

Advertising Agency: Heimat, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Guido Heffels, Juergen Vossen
Copywriters: Sebastian Kainz, Guido Heffels, Till Eckel
Art Directors: Tim Schneider, Marc Wientzek
Photographer: Wolfgang Stahr
Illustrator: Michael Mackens
Art Buying: Marjorie Jorrot
Print Producer: Carola Storto

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Hindu

Hornbach: D.I.Y. Attitude, Hindu

Advertising Agency: Heimat, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Guido Heffels, Juergen Vossen
Copywriters: Sebastian Kainz, Guido Heffels, Till Eckel
Art Directors: Tim Schneider, Marc Wientzek
Photographer: Wolfgang Stahr
Illustrator: Michael Mackens
Art Buying: Marjorie Jorrot
Print Producer: Carola Storto

Audi R8: The slowest car we’ve ever built

Audi R8: The slowest car we've ever built

Advertising Agency: BBH London, UK

When the Center Collapsed

The year 2007 may well be remembered as the year the Earth tipped, but Adbusters is taking a firm hold of the planet in 2008 to try balance things out.

Mad Men Meets Melrose

Quarterlife, the new series from Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, is far from racking up impressive broadcast-style numbers on MySpace and YouTube, which leads The New York Times to question.

The low traffic numbers are significant because the series has been touted as the first television-quality production for the Web, as well as the first to be introduced online as a warm-up for its network debut. NBC will broadcast “Quarterlife” in one-hour increments beginning in February, and the Web-to-broadcast process is being closely watched as a potential business model for television on the Internet.

YouTube has the first nine webisodes posted at this time, whereas MySpace has 14, so that needs to be addressed (although I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s some kind of deal that prevents it, since the show debuted on MySpace).

Since I had the time today, I watched webisodes one through ten. While I’m outside the target demographic, I like the show. If I was the target I’d probably feel compelled to deliver some snarky commentary. But I’m not, and Gawker’s already got that covered.

Merry Christmas!


 
To the firends, the girlfriends, the families, the dog, the cat, grandma… to all!
 
Hope you have an excelente christmas with your families and loved ones.
 
Many hugs.

Son of a carpenter, Mary carried the light. This must be Christmas must be tonight.

I’m not overtly religious, but I have been singing this song incessantly for the past three days.
To you and yours, from me and ours — Merry Christmas.Picture_1
And remember “War is over (If you want it.)

AdFreak overdoes eggnog, passes out cold

Xmasbaby Once again, we’re powering down for the holidays, so no new posts this week as we recharge for 2008. We’ll be back on Jan. 2. Thanks for reading this year, and have a great holiday.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

Carpark: Safe as Fort Knox, Hotel

Carpark: Safe as Fort Knox, Hotel

Safe as Fort Knox. Carpark

Advertising Agency: King Helsinki, Finland
Creative Director / Art Director: Jouko Laune
Copywriter: Timo Koskinen
Photographer: Kari Ylitalo
Typographer: Sanna Sipola
Account Supervisor: Daniel Tuori
Other Credits: Kimmo Korhonen, Jyrki Laune

Carpark: Friday night

Carpark: Friday night

Safe as Fort Knox. Carpark

Advertising Agency: King Helsinki, Finland
Creative Director / Art Director: Jouko Laune
Copywriter: Timo Koskinen
Photographer: Kari Ylitalo
Typographer: Sanna Sipola
Account Supervisor: Daniel Tuori
Other Credits: Kimmo Korhonen, Jyrki Laune