Ask any media planner and they’ll tell you that when a brand sponsors an event it’s always a risk. Usually it’s a risk that’s worth taking. When it comes to The 2022 World Cup in Qatar, that’s not the case. The exposure of slave-labor, immigrant worker deaths, and corruption in Qatar’s preparation for The 2022
This Mother’s Day, MRY asked their moms what they think they do here at their advertising agency. Besides making them proud, of course, this video pretty much sums up advertising moms. Happy Mother’s Day, moms.
Justin Timberlake is almost unrecognizable in this hilarious, new oddvertising by Sauza 901. According to sources at Fast Co, the creative for this spot by Sauza 901 came directly from Timberlake himself. Watch as he hilariously takes us behind the tequila life of a washed up lime. Try not to laugh. #BaconBits
Today’s #BaconBits comes out of Atlanta, GA where Fitzgerald & Co. have harnessed our inner ape with these advertisements for Mary Todd Hairdressing— a barbershop where you can, “stop in to enjoy a beer, great banter, and the best hairdressing services in Atlanta.” The Ham’s Take: This disturbing juxtaposition of the Paleolithic Era and MTV’s
Ogilvy is taking litter-shaming to the next level. Their client, Hong Kong Cleanup, has partnered with Ecozine and The Nature Conservatory to create an outdoor campaign that uses the DNA of litterers to shame them publicly. Watch the video here.
Designed to marry type and image in an unexpected way, the word recycle directly speaks to consumers through visual metamorphosis. The transition from sunglasses to bottle shows a surprising reincarnation of one useful object into another. The basic concept that matter doesn’t disappear, it only changes form, is strongly reinforced through the unique approach of
Raising the Roof Canada, a nonprofit aiming to change the conversation around homeless, produced a video of homeless people reading mean tweets. It’s a doozy. Did this video hit the mark? You can help Raising The Roof change the conversation by sharing this video, or by tweeting with the hashtag #HumansForHumans The Ham’s Take Unlike
These women have only been on YouTube for 2 months, but with their “hip thrusting, low riding and head banging…” obviously they are already making some serious noise. Are these the next big YouTube Stars? Yes. Enjoy some #BaconBits: What are #BaconBits? Daily bite size pieces of creative content, featured on The Creative Ham. Synonyms