Conan O'Brien's upcoming TBS show is for night owls — get it? (above)
What iWant and you will too: The Situation's new iPhone app.
GE to politician: "Get our logo out of your ad." Grocer in Texas: "Yeah, me too!"
You can pray for pancakes all you like, but not as IHOP.
Refreshing! The structure of the soft drink industry, visualized.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt must stop freaking people out.
Jim Winner, the man behind The Club auto protection system, died this week in a car accident.
New Old Spice man, Ray Lewis, ribbed by his Ravens teammates.
An Australian trademark case study made fun by liberal use of the terms "virgin" and "condoms."
RIP James Hartzell, legendary copywriter of one of the greatest auto ads of all time:
Oh, goody: another Kardashian reality TV show is in production. Kim Kardashian's latest bid to protect her brand: deflating a blow-up doll.
Lady Gaga's influence does not meat fashion's standards. Politics? Apparently.
Did a Starbucks location eject customers during yesterday's NYC tornado?
Toyota's Sienna "Swagger Wagon" dad gets a job.
A turd covered in burned hair? Yes! Sex Panther cologne is now a real product. Get yours today and get the ladies 40% of the time, every time.
Maybe related? Brand So. Fresh. So Dry. has launched "Fresh Balls" and "Fresh Breasts" for consumers needing exactly what those products say. Warning (temptation?): The site has an interactive host.
Bikemakers Trek and Schwinn find product names in local Madison landmarks.
From the "This Actually Happened" Department: Diane von Furstenberg Hospital Gowns
One Man Brand: "The Illinois race, which features a logo of a bag of cash being exchanged between two hands, is called The Rod Blagojevich Never-Say-Die 500."
They're putting ads where now?
Who knew the Ugg brand was controversial beyond fashion critics?
We have a feeling Tom Brady would approve of Esquire's 2010 car of the year.
Art Director Inspiration Gallery: Soviet Export Advertising
Fashion week holdover: "Made by Betty" is the Betty White brand extension you've been waiting for (below).