Ever since the turn of the year Budweiser has focused much of its advertising on ridiculing craft beer and those who love it. Is this prolonged attack misguided?
It looks like there might be some interesting developments for the world’s foremost advertising agencies coming out of France this week. The tides are changing.
Spar have finally come out with a public response to the PJ Powers controversy and they haven’t exactly hit this one out the park. Really guys, is that the best you can do?
This could turn into a messy affair for Spar after they angered famed South African singer PJ Powers. She doesn’t look like she is taking it lightly.
Well, this could go down as one of the most awkward and unpleasant moments in this newspaper’s existence. Also, look at how cool an orca-cat is. An orcat? That works.
It seems like people are not all that happy with Cell C’s latest TV advert, one that might just make the talk about the birds and the bees happen a little sooner than planned.
Apple has been around for a while now (thank goodness for that) and every few months they spring something new and wonderful on us. This time, it’s simply their adverts.
Appletiser have been grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons these past few days as social media users go to town on their latest ad. Their marketing executive responds.
Yoh, but people can get their knickers in a knot quickly these days – and all over a seemingly innocent comment from a multi-national company.
Some adverts stick in the mind and have become increasingly popular with the rise to prominence of YouTube. So what’s your favourite then?
That Kendall Jenner doesn’t mind showing a little skin now and again, and of course we’re not complaining. Here’s one of her latest Instagram offerings.
It would be an understatement to say that Christopher Walken is something of a strange cat. It hasn’t stopped him becoming a Hollywood heavyweight of course.
So Carees24 have only played out of their boots with this one – that video that was all the rage the last few days seems to be part of some new campaign.
I’m sure more than a few people were roped in when a rather fetching lady started chatting to them on Tinder over the weekend. Alas, all was not as it seemed.
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So Anglo American have basically taken over Times Live’s home page with their advertising for the 2015 Mining Indaba, but exactly who is the man pictured in these ads?
Nando’s is known for their incredibly funny, quick-witted advertising, so it’s quite surprising that they would go ahead and do this. Someone has a lot to answer for…
Ah, the good old controversial ad campaign. I love them. If it’s not Nando’s getting the ruling party irate, then it’s the local bank offending every Steve from Vredenburg to Thoyoyandou.
Cell C should just drop their court action and let The Banner hang around for a bit now. They could have a competition to see who can be the most creative.
Cell C is in a blind panic about The Banner that has been hanging proudly for almost five days. Why don’t they just go take it down themselves?
There’s a lot of flack for companies using girls that are “too skinny” and not “real” enough for your average person out there. But look, we hardly want to be staring at fat people in lace.
No, it wasn’t this picture of our lovely Candice, which is a good thing because then there would have been a lot more people not paying attention to the road.