The beer's named after the U.S. Senator who created the constitutional amendment in 1919 to have alcohol banned. To launch this Spanish beer, 92 years later, Cheil came up with the idea to make it difficult for consumers to find in bars, on the brand's website and even wrapped it in a disguised package when people ordered it for home delivery.
Can't say much for the song, but the rollout is pretty epic — which includes a full-scale video and audio projection on buildings in 66 locations around the world. Kanye's site shows when and where the stunts are happening.
Coca-Cola's "Small World Machines" provide a live communications portal between people in India and Pakistan and show "that what unites us is stronger than what sets us apart." People in India and Pakistan could complete a task, like touching hands, drawing peace, love and happiness symbols together, and would then be rewarded with a Coke.
We want to believe stuff like this really is breaking down barriers. The way this video is cut certainly makes you believe that the stunt resulted in a Hollywood ending. It makes you feel good, but is this the real world we live in? Hope so. Agency: Leo Burnett, Sydney.
The board hangs on Sunset Boulevard in the 90069 — the West Hollywood zip code that's home to the most cougars per capita in America. Tasteless advertising at its finest from the dating site that boasts 1.3 million "sexy moms" as members.