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Local Lawyer Ad of the Day: Georgia attorney Ken Nugent gives Bob Loblaw an ambulance chase for his punitive damages. (No Habla Español.)

[adverve / copyranter.]

See Also: The 20 Worst Attorney Commercials.

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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.

Congrats?

[cnet / geekosystem.]

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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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[colossal.]

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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.

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Marketing Campaign of the Day: To promote its "open journalism" initiative, The Guardian reimagines the story of the Three Little Pigs as a fairy tale in need of broader coverage, conversation, and, most importantly, context. 

[theguardian / thanks monica!]

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PSA of the Day: Seven months in the making, The Story of Sushi as told through a collection of miniatures lovingly handcrafted by Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber.

Written by Joe Sabia and directed by Vincent Peone for Portland's 

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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.

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