Tag: denim advertising
Following the re-launch of McDonalds McRib sandwich, many are already asking what might be next for the already well-established fast food chain. Critics and fans of the chain have already presented their theories and it all leads to one country, Thailand. Apparently there is already an established brand there named McJeans. This is leading many certain people into believing that McDonalds are covertly planning to infiltrate the fashion industry and using Thailand as a testing ground. Other critics claim to have debunked the theory using the simple fact that the company producing these McJeans are in no way affiliated nor owned by McDonalds. Though this might be a plausible explanation, it has fallen on mostly deaf ears for two main reasons, one of which is the well-known fact that throughout its entire existence McDonalds has made record lawsuits against many other companies simply for using the ‘Mc ’ or ‘ Mac ‘ in their or the products name. McJeans is not one of those companies.
What’s good everyone?
Time is of the essence and I feel like I’ve been Running on Karma like Andy Lau. If that did not make any sense to you or yours, check out Running on Karma aka Mr. Big by Johnnie To, a Hong Kong movie from 2003. When I’m not busy running business (or Running on Karma) I do check out some random videos on YouTube. Who doesn’t right?
It’s been a superb day. Mainly due to some some better than great family matters that inspire me to write about toddler sized Air Jordans, but let’s save that for later. We’ve posted few advertising posts and since all of us at the NDH have at least some Advertising and Marketing background it makes sense that we keep writing about things dear to us. Other than denim and sneakers. Or better yet, combine all of these elements. Best of both worlds and so on.
It’s Friday night and what a day it has been. Full of positive energy, meetings, emails and more emails. Nothing out of the ordinary but a different day nonetheless.
Since the day has been rather different i felt like posting a lighter post to balance yesterday’s heavier dose of text. Remy started a new segment called denim advertising, in which we introduce denim ads from the past and present. I said that today’s post is light and I stand behind my words. The light also refers to the seriousness of the post as the below ad just cannot be taken seriously. I have seen some ish, but I rank this as worst denim ad ever.
Indeed. What hasn’t it sold so far? Maybe horse plows for mormons, but that would be the proverbial exception to the rule. Continuing with the excellent topic of Tony’s about naked girls, here’s something related from the wonderful world of denim advertising.