Peep this: Just in time for Easter, it's the recent protests in Madison, Wisconsin, done with Peeps. (via)
One in five UK men use their iPad 2 in the loo.
Charlie Sheen's "Tiger Blood?" Yeah, that product already exists.
Wells Fargo will rebrand all Wachovia branches this summer.
Other branding odds and sods this week: giraffes, Smutley, Peetniks and more.
Kraft introduces "Mac and Jinx" interactive promo. When two Twitter users simultaneously tweet about mac and cheese ... jinx!
Knut the polar bear (RIP, buddy!) may be stuffed by Berlin's natural history museum.
Package Design Meta Wormhole: "A Great and Routine Moment in the History of Consumerism."
Smartypants website The Awl mocks State Farm campaign, State Farm joins in the fun.
DirectTV spins off the tiny giraffes everyone loved from the crazy Russian oligarch commercials.
From the Dept. of Headlines: "Sex-Crazed Smutley the Cat Calls Attention to AIDS"
A viral video for Android? Maybe. An awesome video for Android? Absolutely:
Hey Peetniks, what do you think of the rumors that Starbucks might buy Peet's Coffee?
In Russia, pharma advertising rules ban the use of the actual name of a prescription drug in commercials. Here's how Pfizer advertises Viagra. How do you say "clever" in Russian?
Oh, O2 — your squirrely brand, you...
Got a spare 23 minutes? There are worse ways to use it than watching the 2011 Quiksilver surf team short film. Epic brah.