Posted by Abe Sauer on October 7, 2011 01:35 PM
Müller's drops some LSD, gets in a time machine back to your childhood. (via)
USA Today will "rebrand" the way it measures Super Bowl ads by incorporating Facebook.
Backpack from the Olsen twins' luxury fashion line The Row sells out for a cool $39,000 a pop.
Honda slightly modifies logo for the China market:
So, you're drinking Der Fuhrer? Just another in a long line of Hitler ads. (via)
There's a trademark battle underway over Britain's iconic "Keep Calm and Carry On" wartime poster. (image via)
I'm with Not-so-Stupid: The sketchbook for the serious t-shirt fan:
Hummingbirds suddenly kind of badass, thanks to the Audi A6:
Simple, effective headache ad. (via)
Nestle Purina's Beneful brand makes a TV commercial that only dogs can hear... in Europe.
Two college students play Angry Birds… IRL. (via)
Operation Freedom Foam aims to bring Dog ‘n Suds’ brand root beer to soldiers in Afghanistan. (via)
Deployed Marine asks for taste of home: wlfi.com
Sony Ericsson's new Xperia™ Unseen undresses unveils "Seven Deadly Style Sins" ad with Daisy Lowe.
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