“It descends from the heavens. Ironically it unleashes hell.” reads the ad, which ran in the National Journal and in the Armed Forces Journal.
Boeing and Bell officials agreed that the ad — touting the capabilities of the vertical-lift Osprey aircraft — was ill-conceived and should never have been published.
It descends from the heavens. Ironically it unleashes hell., 2005
The ad also stated:
“Before you hear it, you see it. By the time you see it, it’s too late.
The CV-22 delivers Special Forces to insertion points never thought possible.
It flies faster. It flies farther. It flies quieter. Consider it a gift from above.
Capabilities extended. Options multiplied. Missions accomplished.”
In the 1960s, Boeing’s aerospace division became a large part of its business, employing some 55,000 people by 1962. Boeing had space facilities at two NASA centers and at Cape Canaveral in Florida, site of many space launches. The division built the first stage of the Saturn launch vehicles that sent the Apollo spacecraft toward the Moon. It also built the lunar orbiter, which photographed the Moon’s surface in 1966 to help NASA find a safe place for Apollo astronauts to land.
Boeing: Space Glider, 1961
Boeing: Minuteman, 1963
Boeing: Saturn V, 1963
Boeing: Lunar Orbiter, 1965
If you see the light, you're dead, 2005
If you can't see the bright side, polish the dark, 2005
The light at the end of the tunnel is just the light of an oncoming train, 2005
Heineken: can, 2003
Heineken: film, 2003
Heineken: long neck, 2003
The beginning of real refreshment, 1991
The sound of real refreshment, 1991
The great outdoor life goes even greater with ice-cold Coca-Cola, 1968
And now, fans, here's that same refreshment on the instant-replay..., 1968
For that top-of-the-world feeling, 1968
The print ad titled “Don’t sleep at the party” was done by Almapbbdo, Sao Paulo advertising agency in Brazil. It was released in the May 2007.
Don't sleep at the party #1, 2007
Don't sleep at the party #2, 2007
Don't sleep at the party #3, 2007
It's the real thing, Coke #1 1969
It's the real thing, Coke #2 1969
It's the real thing, Coke #1 1970
Western cartridge company, 1943
Oldsmobile division of General Motors, 1944
Florida canned grapefruit juice, 1943