Blesk devoted most of Wednesday’s centre-spread to the astonishing news that a Czech supermodel had taken most of her clothes off for an ad campaign.
Archive for Czech Advertising
Consumerists or Communists? Hats off to the Billa marketing exec (presumably in Germany) who thought it would be a good idea to slap the Komunistická strana Čech a Moravy (Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia) logo on the side of the supermarket chain’s shopping bags.
Bernard brewery co-owner Stanislav Bernard’s ad campaigns are usually pretty clever so what on Earth possessed him to don blackface for this “world’s best dark lager” campaign?
This Prague 4-Nusle call centre’s website sets new standards in web design. Enjoy!
Golf, yachting, classical music, ballet dancers, a fashion show… Česká spořitelna’s new Erste Premier spot has got the lot.
Do they mean us? Slavia pojišťovna choose an interesting illustration for their “health insurance for foreigners” products.
Need a photo of a slogan of your choice written on an unknown woman’s breasts? Look no further!
As the Czech Republic mourned Václav Havel’s death, which bright spark at health insurance company VoZP (Vojenská zdravotní pojišťovna; “Military Health Insurance”) decided this tasteless banner ad was a good idea?
Roughly translated, the copy reads: “Former president, writer and dramatist Václav Havel, an insurance-holder with VoZP Czech Republic, has died”
It’s since been removed from the site.