Fire up the grill, it's Australia Day and that can only mean one thing: a new video from Sam Kekovich telling all you sissies to put down the soy globs and pick up the lamb chops, straight from the 'barby and sustaining 3rd degree burns if necessary. via. Learn more about lamb lovin' at TheMainMeal.com.
AK-47's are for sale on the Home Shopping Network in this funny viral from Mother London. The video promotes Amnesty International's cell-phone petition protesting arms treaty loopholes. It's certainly a sight better than those uppity ladies who get annoyed when you slam the door on their foot. via.
To promote Motor, my new favorite alternative ad-free German radio station, Jung von Matt/Neckar washable-sprayed these pooches with the station's call letters and "No Mainstream." Click their Motor FM Player to listen to the likes of Goldfrapp and Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah.
The Burger King installed as the new president of Bolivia?
When CP&B starts inserting the Burger King everywhere, you start expecting him in unexpected places, like in this picture of Evo Morales getting sworn in from the Jan 22 NYT. Doesn't he look like BK's kissing cousin? That's what they should do, though, is give the BK his own actual kingdom.
Pop! your locks. Her hair is actually made of bubble wrap in this Shinjuku subway station wheat paste job for a hair product. We've seen this before for Playstation in bus shelters. via Marketallica from Sanchome's Flickr stream. Click thumbs to expand.
A good PSA is hard to find. Maybe this Postal Service business is making me all emo and gooey inside but I like these cancer videos. Cancer 1 & Cancer 2. Touching, honest and earnest. via. Andre writes in that the line for the first vid reads, "It´s necessary to believe in the cure of cancer. We believe" and the second, "Everybody needs some help to deal with cancer. We too."
"Vizoo is an
advertising film company, developing and producing new media with
"edge". For a fashionstore in Kopenhagen this "edge" meant that Vizoo
came up with the idea of having a woman strip in it. After
shopping hours. In 3D. Watch the result here." These are the same people who put the 3d Lexus in Times Square that brought police because the throng of gawkers were obstructing the sidewalk. via.
Power Horse is an Austrian caffeinated energy drink. The ad, sent in by AD Tolga Büyükdoganay, is purposefully printed upside down and presumably the bat has been lapping at the supercharged liquid. Interesting thing about this product, if you drink half of it you can put it on an angle and spin it and it stays spinning on that "elegant angle", as their website reveals. Power Horse has bouncer team of the month and is apparently big in Nigeria.