The Bullet Journal method. This could be really good for people who like the tactile approach to organization. Collections would be the key part for me.
The Dog Strikes Back: 2012 Volkswagen Game Day Commercial (by Volkswagen)
Great YouTube video providing statistics for teen social media usage.
Incredibly clever social experiments as ads. Great watch. The Fun Theory. It reminds me why I like advertising.
Ad for Coca-Cola Zero, showing how it change your life (or at least your mythical kingdom).
Progresso Soup’s new television ads are a clever twist on the “string can phone.” Within the ad campaign customers get to talk directly to the Progresso Soup kitchen.
An interesting creative experiment. Buying and reselling a BMX bike for a profit simply by adding more compelling and creative copy. Of course the more compelling copy is based almost entirely on fabrications about the history of the bike. I think it’s pretty obvious that the copy is all is good fun and not meant to be taken seriously.
I have mostly done stunts on this bike since forever. Once I did a boom gnarly stunt trick on it and a girl got pregnant just by watching my extremeness to the maxxxx.
Basically if you buy this bike you will instantly become a member to every club that was ever invented, worldwide, because you will be awesome.
Also provided is a list of stunts completed on this bike (again obviously fabricated) that implies that all you have to do is buy the bike and you’ll be doing the same tricks the very same day. It’s hard for me to believe anyone would take this ad at face value, and not pure fun, but I’m sure some people will complain that this experiment is purely an example of false advertising.
The Wicked Sick Project – by the creative team at George Patterson Y&R. Does creativity make a difference? These guys bought a bmx on ebay and relisted it with some creativity and it sold for 5 times the purchase price catching everyone’s attention in the process!!