Looks like the “V” just got knocked down a peg. Feminine-hygiene brand Summer’s Eve posted a series of videos to its website and YouTube account as part of its “Hail to the V” campaign—which many deemed offensive, if not racist
—and as of Wednesday the videos had been pulled
. Although a PR rep for the agency behind the video remains adamant they hold commitment to the overall campaign.
Speaking of controversial advertising, are these two L’Oreal ads featuring actress Julia Roberts and supermodel Christy Turlington too airbrushed
? The British seem to think so.
Also causing a stir in Europe, former Smiths front man and unwavering vegan Morrissey drew the outrageous parallel that the recent Norway massacre
was “nothing compared to what happens in McDonald’s
” and KFC every day. The statement was made during the singer’s concert in Poland on Sunday before performing the song “Meat is Murder.”
At least McDonald’s and others are trying to curb obesity with calorie counts included on its menus
. Too bad experts can’t determine whether it’s working or not.
Google Chrome teams with band OK Go
video bound to go viral.
Draw the curtains. Police shutdown Hollywood Boulevard
after an impromptu block party and riot took place outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre during a screening of a documentary about the Electric Carnival Daisy rave.
invites to dress codes at clubs
, is ‘exclusivity’ the latest (and greatest) marketing tool?
If it’s not, perhaps consider skywriting, or some other form of aerial advertising
With the United States being the only country that doesn’t support its Olympic team, how’s an athlete to pay his or her way to the games
? In a BMW, of course.
offers a lesson on innovation, care of one not-so-standard office vending machine
And finally, now you see it, now you—well, you’ll still see it. Rumor has it Apple is testing a new, ultra-thin Macbook Pro
as slim and sleek as its MacBook Air.