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.
Coca-Cola is replacing its branding with one of Australia’s 150 most popular first names for a new ad campaign in the country. Bottles for its ‘Share a Coke’ summer campaign with different names printed on them are on sale now. Each of the 150 names has also had an individual song written about it.
The names were put on Coca-Cola bottles so consumers can have fun finding their friends and family members names and then enjoy sharing a Coke together. The campaign also includes three TV commercials featuring the names of Matt, Luke and Kate. Here’s the ad for Kate:
BrandBase invented and produced the Heineken Glass Freeze. A special beer glass that warm beer is cooling in no time. The double-walled glass is placed in the freezer for use. Once outside the freezer cools the beer within five minutes down to a temperature around 2 degrees Celsius. So extra cold.
Patriotic Heineken Beer Poster from World War 2, text at the poster top reads “Screw Battle! We’re Gettin’ Drunk”, the fantastic painting by Frederic Stanley shows soldiers passing wooden Heineken Beer crates as artillery pieces fire in the background.
Doing what this World War II Heineken ad says, would get most servicemen shot by a firing squad. But if he drank that whole case he might not really know what hit him?
Mosquito likes Heineken beer too!