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When they gave Diesel permission to use their library last March for a ten hour ad campaign shoot, did the Brooklyn Law School really think the outcome wouldn't be racy? Apparently not because the school now regrets allowing the brand to use their facilities.
In an email to students and staff, the school's Dean wrote, 'We are as shocked and mortified as you must be by these photographs. When the school gave its permission to do the shoot, the school was assured that the photos would be in good taste. They are not.'
Here is another one of the fabulous Fiat ads - just released. I love the tempo, the music and above all the girls. The big question is would the good old USA have been better off with the Italians arriving rather than the Brits?
CBS Outdoor International, the outdoor media owner bought by the private equity firm Platinum Equity in September, is to rebrand as Exterion Media on 21 January.
Thanks to adRants for this ... The online retailer, Red5, RKCR/Y&R has created a campaign that highlights those awkward moments when your loved one opens a present and it's not quite what they expected. The message, of course, is that had the gift givers only used Red 5, they would have found a gift that their loved one would have loved.
That or a dose of common sense. Nothing like a campaign that screams, "Hey, you're an idiot but we want you as our customer!" We suppose you could argue it's a schadenfruede approach to things which, of course, makes it a perfectly acceptable campaign, right?