Russian Instagrammers @svetlanko69 are the proud parent of Stepan the bear — a 20 year old, 660lb. brown bear with alot of game. Here’s why the photographers inadvertently have proven that Stepan the bear is the most likely candidate to steal your girl.
Sick of Siri? Tired of Google Voice? Thanks to Stephen Colbert’s latest promotional stunt for his debut on The Late Show (CBS) on September 8, we expect many of you to sarcastically find the way to your next destination. The popular traffic and navigation app, Waze has partnered with Colbert to give you a new
In the words of the latest insta-online-celebrity, Peaches Monroee, this ad campaign by the Russian agency INSTINCT has us “finna get crunk, eyebrows on fleek, dafuq.”
Slinkachu’s Super Miniature Guerrilla Marketing Installation for Marvel’s Ant-Man Dominates London #baconbits
Slinkachu captures the humor and scale of Marvel’s latest comic book hero for his latest installation series on the streets of London: Ant-Man.
It’s time to whip out all of the Back To The Future quips: Somebody call Marty McFly because a functional hoverboard (not a spoof, cough-cough HUVrTech) has hit the skatepark. This week, Lexus 1,000 tweets/hour and a 20% increase of “Lexus” mentions on Twitter—this activity has been stimulated by the wide coverage of its campaign
Metrosexuals are old news. Lumbersexuals, however, are all the rage. Double duh! That’s why Michael Sanderson’s submission caught our eyes for today’s #baconbits pick. Michael is a Portland-based artist specializing in work that deals with the male form. His first series, Constellation Park, is a collection of 16×20 prints that explore each sign of the
Earlier this summer, Sukle, launched an outdoor campaign for Denver Water that featured 10 unique outdoor installations. Its brilliance is a rarity in today’s digital age, and is displayed hereto forth: The Ham’s Take We expect this to be an instant classic. Sukle’s Denver Water outdoor campaign is at par or even, dare we say
In a campaign that’s right down our sarcastic-alley, Domino’s Pizza is fighting for emoji literacy. The campaign features a silly-good PSA (shown above), a simple microsite (shown below), and a call to action–all jokes aside, the CTA is legit. Beyond welcoming us to download emoji flashcards, Domino’s is now promoting a pretty awesome social-sales integration