“Women don’t get paid as much as men and that is wrong,” pouts Seth Rogen in the newest spot for Budweiser’s Bud Light Party campaign.
Maybe “it” isn’t the obvious (dead body you’ve got to find before the cops do). Maybe “it” refers to just a part of a dead body (Einstein’s brain maybe) or perhaps to “self-actualization” or “professional satisfaction” or “a reason to commit.” Maybe Ohio is trying to advertise their local ultra-dank marijuana or…
We will never be rid of The Dress; it will dog our steps, invade our dreams and haunt our thinkpieces from now until Judgment Day. Now, the South African branch of the Salvation Army is using the non-existent white and gold version in a PSA against domestic violence.
Despite all the controversy, Terry Richardson continues to work. His latest gig? A splashy Autumn/Winter 2014 campaign for Japanese brand Evisu, the makers of $300 jeans.
There are plenty of ads out there that are so offensive they've prompted consumers to loudly declare they will never again buy from the company shilling said product. But we hear of far fewer that have actually gotten people to take out their wallets and start buying.
Apparently, Diet Coke's new ad campaign: "You're on!" is drawing fire for being a terribly irresponsible and naughty DRUG REFERENCE FOR DRUGGIES. Sometimes the billboards say, "Diet Coke. You're on." And sometimes they say, "You're on. Diet Coke." But either way, they're clearly talking about your brain being on…
Now that the polar vortex has banished its horrid self from our presence our minds may freely travel to spring, which is lurking alluringly on the horizon. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the fashion world, whose February issues are bursting with new ad campaigns for designers' spring/summer lines.
Here's a charming video of Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher doing his best impression of Mike Meyers doing his best impression of an unfunny Indian stereotype. In brownface. No, you're not having a fever dream.
Tiffany & Co. has started a new campaign, which includes a new website, What Makes Love True, and a short film called Will You Marry Me, "presented" by Edward Burns. It's an incredibly charming clip, very romantic and very well done. One could almost forget that it's all part of a carefully orchestrated plot to…