If something upsets and offends you, perhaps it isn’t the smartest idea in the world to keep on promoting it through angry tweets.
How ads for female underwear attempt to emphasise the sexiness while trying to appease the censors.
A smattering of the great director’s impressively stylish and uncompromised advertising work.
A collection of movie posters that promised patrons something rather different than the film that they would eventually see.
The extraordinary collection of screen idols who promoted soap bars.
Hot Gossip do their best to make FlyMo lawnmowers look futuristic and sexy.
The notorious recordings of Orson Welles not giving a damn while promoting faux-champagne and frozen peas.
The French champagne commercial that briefly reunited the stars of The Avengers and paved the way for a new TV series.
Awful aspirationalism, guilt-tripping grifters and insults to even the most undeveloped of intelligence – British TV advertising on daytime TV is a bombardment of dreadfulness.
Classic holiday resort posters promising a world of sun, sea and sophistication for British holidaymakers who avoided the temptations of the continent.
Even Britain’s notorious advertising censors couldn’t agree that this poster, featuring a fully-clothed 28-year-old-woman, was sexualising under-age girls.
The promotional comic strip advertising for the horror-comedy classic.