Posted on 04/06 22:24 in Features
The protesters in Pepsi's disaster of a commercial might not have had a message, but critics certainly do: Worst.The idea of working social causes into advertising is still relatively new, Lenderman said, only starting to catch on within the last decade.
Posted on 04/09 00:09 in Features
The outrage and shots being taken at Pepsi and Kendall Jenner for "that" commercial have mostly subsided, but there's still some some venom left in the failed pop culture moment, and it's packed with brand-melting shade.Someone took the Pepsi commercial and mixed it with the famous glasses effect from the 1988 science fiction classic They Live, to reveal the ugly truth behind the now infamous sugar water ad.
Posted on 04/09 07:00 in Features
Are you sure that's tone-deaf?We're sure.
Posted on 04/10 19:30 in Features
The two-minute film is set to Skip Marley's "Lions," the same song used in Pepsi's now infamous commercial.Simply titled "Fixed Pepsi Ad," ThirtyRev's video shows police using tear gas, rubber bullets, pepper spray, and concussion grenades on water protectors.
Posted on 04/11 12:36 in Features
Last week there was the now-infamous Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial that was withdrawn after the huge backlash it received.This week, though, the spotlight has been firmly fixed on United Airlines.
Posted on 04/12 18:20 in Features
The findings are a world of difference from those brand research firm Amobee gleaned from social media data last week.Despite controversy over the ad's perceived exploitation of liberal political struggles, members of both major political parties tended to like the commercial more than their Independent counterparts.
Posted on 04/13 04:47 in Hardware
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Posted on 04/16 14:46 in Features
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Posted on 04/19 17:23 in Features
The hills of Calabasas are alive with whispers about Pepsi yet again after Drake's Southern California residence was the site of a very bizarre burglary April 3.AP reports that authorities arrested a fan, "inside a locked room surrounded by opened water and soda bottles from the house.