Proving that social media can be a tricky beast to master, McDonald’s #McFailed. The midnight boozer’s Mecca attempted to highlight the good things about its often-criticised burger business. Of course Twitter users had other ideas and #McDStories seriously backfired.
An advert for TalkTalk's broadband, which featured imagery of a doll's house while claiming its broadband was the UK's "safest" and therefore clearly inferred your children would inevitably be MURDERED at a distant rural railway station if you risked using any other ISP, has been judged as misleading by the UK's ad watchdog.
This re-usable shopping bag was created by Singapore-based design agency One Paradox to promote Canon's 500D DSLR. The sides of the bag each feature an image of the 500D as it appears to hang from the bag's neck strap handles.
I have no idea what Fujifilm is trying to sell me in this creepy Japanese ad for their X10 point and shoot. Maybe the camera has a secret mode that can see inside my head and photograph my chilling nightmares?
Instead of creating a healthier version for those hoping to indulge guilt-free, McDonalds' new billboard in downtown Chicago uses a set of focused spotlights to create what could be the world's most super-sized order of its famous french fries.
The Advertising Standards Agency has rapped John Lewis on the knuckles for using 'free' to describe something that's included in the price of an item. The complaint was levelled by Dixons, but upheld by the ASA.
Before you get too excited, you can't actually turn your iPad or iPhone's "slide to unlock" feature into a twisting race course. What you see here is actually an interactive ad created by Audi for the iPad, promoting their magazine.