So much confusion! Yet, the message still somehow still works...?
Ahh, nothing like a tiny latte to go with a glass of wine and table full of mobile devices, while we stew in the bath. Ad companies showcase a bizarre reality of what they believe women do with a bathtub tray. Surprise! It's not any of this, that's for sure. Check out the hysterical thread below:
Alan Wagner is a hilarious comedian as well as a talented video editor. He decided to put some of his skills to use and created a number of very funny flyers. What did he do with these flyers? Put them all over Los Angeles of course! Just take a quick scroll and see for yourself!
This collection of vintage cigarette ads were collected by the Stanford School of Medicine reveal that our negative views of smoking around children are actually fairly new. From the looks of things, smoking with your kid was quite normal. Tobacco companies in those days crossed all limits to encourage smoking, including the use of infants in their ads. The ads are part of Stanford's research into the impact of tobacco advertising. Want to learn more about their research? Check it out here. Via: Hankermag
We have gathered a collection of 18 Cool Vintage Ads from Apple that span over a period of 21 years from 1976 to 1997. This way, you'll be able to see how Apple managed to turn itself from a garage company to a huge corporation, through marketing techniques.
"In a parallel universe" is a series of fictional images, recreated from real ads in the mad men era, that question modern day sexism: showing it through a humorous light to spark a conversation through role play by visual artist Eli Rezkallah "Last Thanksgiving, I overheard my uncles talk about how women are better off cooking, taking care of the kitchen, and fulfilling "their womanly duties". Although I know that not all men think that way I was surprised to learn that some still do, so I went on to imagine a parallel universe, where roles are inverted and men are given a taste of their own sexist poison." — Eli Rezkalla. Via: Plastik Magazine
When mankind emerged from the primordial ooze that was that was the 1940s, homes began a rapid upgrade. The Western nations' economies grew in tandem with technology, and the benefits began to enter the home in the form of appliances that promised to transform the household. Now you could own a toaster – oh, the possibilities! Via: Flashback