Local Lawyer Ad of the Day: Georgia attorney Ken Nugent gives Bob Loblaw an ambulance chase for his punitive damages. (No Habla Español.)
See Also: The 20 Worst Attorney Commercials.
At SXSW, across the street from where an ad agency was controversially transforming homeless men into walking WiFi hotspots for conventiongoers, competitive eater extraordinaire Takeru Kobayashi wolfed down a record-setting thirteen grilled cheese sandwiches in 60 seconds to promote the group messaging service GroupMe.
Marketing Campaign of the Day: This brilliant promotion for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra by photographer Bjoern Ewers shines a perspective-reexamining light on the interiors of musical instruments, which, incidentally, look like they would make rather amazing concert halls.
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Questionable Marketing Campaign of the Day: From Rethink Canada comes a campaign for "hair loss specialists" that aims to shame balding men into self-consciousness.
Seems to me if there was a similar ad for "weight loss specialists" targeting women that consisted of a sticker on a mirror in the subway that said "you should lose some weight," there would be an uproar.
Say no to bald-shaming.
Indie Car Ads of the Day: Two blink-and-you-missed-them TV spots for the 2012 Hyundai Azera, which aired during last night's Oscars telecast, were directed by none-other-than art house landlord Wes Anderson.
Through the employment of his distinctive mise-en-scène, the acclaimed auteur adds an invigorating dash of whimsy to what would otherwise be just another ad for yet another car.