Posted by Abe Sauer on June 18, 2010 02:00 PM
Just one hard-to-resist World Cup item, we promise: Tesco's singing sandwich. Why didn't we think of that?
Despite BP's battered image and financial reserves, the brand maintains its arts sponsorships.
Functional Lee Enfield sniper rifle… made of Legos, but definitely not for kids.
Not enough Lego brand-extension for you? This ice cube tray is pretty cool.
Artist creates Star Wars look book for fashion brands. Geek chic?
The iPhone and iPad rule. So is Apple's future a Mac-less one?
A brand finally gives us a safe-for-work pin-up calendar.
Speaking of the big "Mac," which brand is behind the giant "you know you love it" noodle art outside Wringley Field in Chicago?
All those empty office buildings are now finding new life… as billboards.
Salt is once again causing huge debate in India. Only this time, over trademarks.
Как моют самолеты? Russian airline brand Avianova embodies the mile-high club. Yes, not entirely safe for work:
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