Ikea introduces a nursery… for men. Australian men. We’re jealous.
Below, don’t miss Tata’s “car chase to end all car chases” spot (and more campaigns).[more]
France’s Réseau Ferré has fun on the tracks:
Blush Lingerie spot (called simply “&”) shows the power of the ampersand:
Sofia Vergara is everywoman, touting her new line for Kmart (even sexier in Spanish):
Mercedes-Benz E-Class brings joy to animals (tagline: “Keep the party going”):
Ray Romano helps Mastercard thank customers who Stand Up 2 Cancer:
Mastercard also hits three trendy hotspots (cupcakes, food trucks and Austin, TX) in this short:
American Airlines appeals to business travel parents with latest campaign:
Volkswagen Canada thanks you for flying (the new Beetle):
BMW isn’t making electric cars, it’s making drivers ‘electronauts’ —
Greenpeace takes a break from beating up on brands by creating art on a melting ice floe:
Puma brings the “world’s fastest band” to Brussels:
Click here if you’re curious how Toyota made a “people” person:
Stealth Iconography: The Waveform of song.
Is Israel really the “world’s worst managed brand?”
Best-er Western: Best Western hotels embark on nationwide brand enhancement strategy.
Mac Attack: Golden Arches battles Texas mac & cheese joint over word.
Do not put your QR-coded message on a roadside billboard, for obvious reasons.
Florida being Florida item of the day: Credit processing company offers free AK-47 to customers.
Wisconsin retailer jumps the gun, begins selling Milwaukee Brewers division champs shirts a little too early.
Hear the CNN segment that got someone fired.
Air Seychelles has a new livery.
American Lung Association “coughing baby” campaign included conventional TV ads as well as sending “every member of Congress an audio card that featured a coughing baby on the steps of the Capitol.”
New entry into the smart vitamin energy x-treme sports endurance water marketplace VBlast teams with NBA star Tyreke Evans.
The Starbucks Rant Song that got its singer fired:
Son of the Starbucks Rant Song:
LeBron James pokes fun at himself in new McDonald’s ad.
Seasame Street spoofs TV show Glee with “G.”
And Nokia creates a Foursquare-activated vending machine:
Which brand campaigns caught your eye this week? Let us know in the comments!