Here are some recent ads that don’t suck

Mark Duffy has written the Copyranter blog for 11 years and is a freelancing copywriter with 25-plus years of experience. His hockey wrist shot is better than yours. Summer’s over; it’s time to reflect. This has been the absolute worst year in advertising creativity I’ve ever seen. Yes, I said the same thing last year and the year before that and so on.Read the full article

The World's Biggest Asshole

After all the arguments, lack of tips and constantly sending back food I finally learned the name of my worst customer, Coleman Sweeney. And I'll never forget it. Video credits Staring: Thomas Jane Narrated by: Will Arnett With Lyndsy Fonseca as Sarah 120,000 people are waiting for an organ. Each day, 22 people die waiting for an organ. If Coleman Sweeney can be a hero, what's your excuse? Signup to be an organ donor today at https://registerme.org/


Old Spice | Five Year Plan | #SmellEm

Where does Old Spice Swagger deodorant smell itself in five years? Under your arms in the corner office of that job you always wanted that’s making you rich and famous but still humble and really likeable. Boss: If I hired you, what is your plan? Intern: I see a few things changing. Less mergers and acquisitions. More charitable donations. Receiving pats on the back, Yes, but most importantly giving them… Accounts, 401Ks Boss: Linda! Intern: Luggage. Saving the wildlife. Retiring on top. Letting boredom get the best of me. Intern: And then returning triumphantly. Intern: Smells like we're done here. Boss: Linda! ♫ Old Spice Whistle ♫


method commercial: meatball golf (long)

make bigger messes. epic, room-destroying, meatballs flying all over the place, golfing off the dining room table all while wearing high heel boots messes. and don’t feel bad about any of it, because you’ve got method to help clean up the dirtiest play imaginable. #fearnomess


  • W+K's New Ads for Equinox Show Wild Visions of What Your 2016 Should Look Like

    adweek.com - 22 readers - Equinox is back with another striking print, digital and outdoor campaign from Wieden + Kennedy New York that looks more like fashion advertising than something a gym, even a high-end one, would put out. And the concept goes well beyond workouts, too, pushing the concept of "commitment"—not just in exercise but in life.