Monthly Archives: June 2012

Like Superman, but without a cape

How cool is that : you name your little ad agency Clark & Kent, and since you can’t afford a proper office, you promote it as “the only agency with headquarters in a phone booth in New York”.  And your … Continue reading

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Venn Diagrams

A good idea has many fathers.  I Believe in Advertising, my personal favorite ad blog, just came up with two examples of ads using speech balloons in a quite peculiar fashion : they turn them into Venn diagrams, with an … Continue reading

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Sinful Tintin

If Steven Heller of Imprint Magazine is to be believed, Tintin may be up to more than his boyish hijinx when he’s off duty.  Or so you could deduce from the marble sculpture Steven encountered on a trip in Italy. … Continue reading

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Pimples? In Riverdale?

OK, so these ads for Clearasil were made by an ad school in Berlin, with artwork by Jarett Fajardo, I don’t think Archie Comics will ever allow their characters to be used like this.  Good try, though. (via I Believe In … Continue reading

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