Posts tagged ‘nyc’
Expenseasteak.com is a genius micro site for Maloney & Porcelli’s a NYC steakhouse that has found an interesting way to get you to eat there: make the company pay for it.
This stunt from NYC agency Walrus goes beyond digital marketing in a page that’s both clever and charming. You simply have to enter the total of your Maloney & Porcelli’s bill and it will give you a pdf with a series of realistic looking receipts that add up to the exact amount you spent.
What better way to break through the mold then to have a humorous approach to the recession.
It’s advertising at it’s best, but I wonder if anyone has dared to use the fake receipts, especially with the amount of buzz the web page has gotten.
This VMA promo for a Michael Jackson tribute definitely stands out from previous humor-centered VMA promos. It also stands out from other Michael Jackson magazine articles, tributes and music video marathons that flooded the medias after his death. This video has a more respectful mood yet it manages to show that the King of Pop will get an iconic tribute.
The “like not other” tagline, the things falling cityscape and the soft music makes me thing of the Bravia adverts here.
- Creepy yet amazing P.R. stunt. It would’ve scared me a little too much.
- What would you give? I’d wear jeans and white tshirts for 5 yrs to get a closet full of Loubutins.
- Simple yet amazing. Takes ‘key-ring‘ to a whole new level.
- I thought I loved patterns more than anyone.
- Amazing wedding idea.Memorable pictures.
- I love this picture blog about my country. Great pictures that capture the warmth of the Dominican people and some of their day-to day.
- Mom, what’s a VHS?
- Trujillo Cliff Notes
- As long as he promises he’ll bring back Carson Daily to TRL as a thank you gift for making him famous.
I know, I’m lazy, but these were piling up and they were too amusing not too share. Enjoy
I can’t believe it took the government six years to figure out the lady was dead and that the person cashing her checks wasn’t her, but a much younger man in a wig and a dress. CRAZY
ABrooklynman is accused of donning a wig, nail polish and dresses to impersonate his dead mom and collect $115,000 in Social Security and rent subsidies.
For six years,Thomas Prusik-Parkinhoodwinked a stunning array of government agencies with his elaborate charade – using a cane, heavy makeup, fake ID and a phony “nephew,” law enforcement sources said.