Posted by Abe Sauer on May 13, 2011 12:00 PM
Lee Jeans gets its Brooklyn hipster on in new Chinese campaign.
Below: Geico's biggest fan, Nestea isn't ageist, a Taco Belle, and more.
Citroen UK spot is alarmingly funny:
Why isn't this slo-mo video a Jell-O commercial?
Taco Bell guy gets beefy but can't melt Taco Belle's heart:
Nestea UK channels Harold and Maude:
Geico has a fan in 30 Rock actress Elizabeth Banks:
And in other brandbitems this week:
• If Presidential candidate and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty loses GOP nominate for 2012, he has a future with Southwest.
• Quicksilver joins customizable craze with DIY board shorts.
• Little Chef whips up hip rebrand.
• Add Portugal's Expresso and Hell Pizza to growing list of Bin Laden exploitation ads. • NewlyMaid startup exchanges bridesmaids dresses, misses Judd Apatow movie tie-in.• Good question: "What the hell is Bill Clinton doing in this ad?"• Please make use of Fonts in Use.
• Zed rebrand of Shell petrol stations elicits ZZZZ's.
• Sainsbury's rebrands in-house brands "by Sainsbury's."
• Washington state moves to protect customers against harsh collection actions of bankrupt video stores like Blockbuster.
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