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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson © Universal Uclick – All Rights Reserved. August 29, 2011 from www.gocomics.com
…. doesn’t mean that we should eat it.
from artist YolandaDominguez
We have copywriters, who hopefully are good writers, do we need copy-mathers, copy-calculators, copy-figurers? 1 original bar increase by 200% 1 *2.00 = add 2 bars to increase by 200% 1 original bar + 2 bars = 3 bars. According to … Continue reading
Here’s another ad from that campaign I referred to earlier.
And I shouldn’t be. It’s exciting. A legal fight between two companies over their ads with both sides citing “experimental” research. Scorecard: Kraft = Oscar Mayer & Sara Lee = Ball Park. “Sara Lee argued a Kraft ad campaign falsely claimed … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned advertising which co-ops something else, such as a police recruitment campaign which co-ops the techniques of illegal (thus, anti-police) graffiti art. Co-optation is stealing the techniques from another in spite of philosophical differences. And then there are ads which go far beyond … Continue reading
Copyranter called this the most magnificent beer ad ever.
M&C Saatchi | The Inspiration Room