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Here Are the Best (and Worst) Personalized Coke Bottle Hacks So Far


When we were kids, we were told that we are all special snowflakes—unique individuals with our own distinct characteristics.

Those Bizarre Ads on Brooklyn Buildings Are Actually Marketing for Colossal Media


Faced with the task of marketing itself, Colossal Media has gone big and deliciously cheesy with giant fake ads popping up on the sides of buildings in Brooklyn.  It's a familiar canvas for the outdoor ad painter, which is based in Brooklyn and works for the likes of Stella Artois, Comedy Central, Vans and Red Bull.

Stare at This Ford Print Ad for 30 Seconds, and It Will Suddenly Make Sense


BBR Saatchi & Saatchi created this print ad for Ford Israel that also happens to be an optical illusion.

You'll Nether Believe How Mr. Sketch Scented Markers Get So Stinky


And you thought beans were the musical fruit. This memorable ad from BBH New York humorously suggests that Mr.

Ad Creatives Launch 'ManServants,' Offering Hunks for Hire Who Aren't Just Strippers


Ladies, if your idea of a good time doesn't involve a male stripper waving his junk in your face, you might want to consider instead getting a dapper hunk to cater to your every need from a respectful distance.

Return to Rushmore: Best Buy's Back-to-School Ad Channels a Wes Anderson Classic


Wes Anderson's Rushmore was a clear inspiration for Best Buy's back-to-school spot, which, like the 1998 film, focuses on a student juggling an excess of extracurricular interests.

Hot Wheels Rolls a Life-Size Darth Vader Car Into Comic-Con


To promote its new line of Star Wars-themed character cars and die-cast ships, Hot Wheels showed up at San Diego Comic-Con this week with a life-size Darth Vader car.

Reebok Gets Into the Bacon Business, Catering to CrossFitters' Sizzling Indulgence


It's a big week for that neighbor of yours who can do a hundred pull-ups and toss tractor tires 20 yards.

Nike Packages Ultra-Flexible Sneakers in a Tiny Shoebox 1/3 of the Regular Size


Here's a lovely little packaging idea from Nike, and we do mean little. The Nike Free 5.0 is one of the most flexible sneakers ever made.

Internet Hero Hunts Down All 74 Stickers Featured in Apple's New Ad


If you watched that new Apple ad with dozens of stickers adorning a MacBook Air and felt compelled to track down all 74 in real life, I have bad news and good news.

Expedia Travels Back in Time to Recreate Your Best Throwback Thursday Photos


Expedia and 180LA have done a nice job lately of thinking more broadly about the concept of travel, going beyond physical journeys into emotional, even spiritual ones.

Leave It to a Laxative Brand to Make the Year's Most Uncomfortable Ad


At first glance, this Dulcolax ad draws you in with its warm sepia tones and lovely vignetted glow. Then you look closer, and ...

Japanese Toyota Ad With Dancing Gorilla Is So Preposterous, It's Actually Great


Imagine, if you will, "What Does the Fox Say." Now, picture Psy's "Gangnam Style" mating with it. Oh, and now throw in the Cadbury gorilla. Think adver-dance-ment. Got it?

Sure, You Could Bubble-Wrap Your Kid, But This PSA Has a Better Idea


The joke that an overprotective parent might make a child walk around in a cumbersome padded suit might not be a new one, but it certainly still has legs.

'Better Call Saul' Billboard in Albuquerque Really Turns Back the Clock


Breaking Bad fans, this time you'd better call James! Those dying for a taste of AMC's Breaking Bad spinoff series, Better Call Saul, got a nice little present this week, as this billboard popped up in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Famous Children's Characters Are Just as Recognizable in Pantone Posters


Because designers never get tired of minimalist poster projects and Pantone-themed stuff, let us present to you the ultimate mashup: Y&R Shanghai's minimalist Pantone posters.

Family Gets Shot by 3,192 Paintballs in 5 Seconds in Ad That Supposedly Means Well


VidAngel doesn't like foul language, but clearly has less of a problem with violence. The company, which cleans up streaming content online by filtering out obscene language and other objectionable material, just released the crazy ad below—in which a family sitting on a couch gets shot by 3,192 paintballs in five seconds.

Samsung Dares People to Take Underwater Selfies in a Frigid Lake With the Galaxy S5


Selfie aficionado Samsung recently offered free phones to people loony enough to jump into Lake Zurich in Switzerland (which was a balmy 46 degrees) and snap an underwater selfie.

McDonald's Launches 'Chicken Legend' With World's Least Dangerous Daredevil Stunt


Chickens might not fly much in life, but in death, a few of them got some pretty good air time with this odd U.K.

Put Away the Duff Beer and Pour Yourself a Glass of Simpsons Wine


Looking to stock up on beverages for FXX's 12-day, 25-season Simpsons marathon? Simpsons wine would do the trick—if only it were real.


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