13

Dec

stryker:

The Cheezburger Network and Kia invite users to shoehorn dumb pics of cars into tired image macros, illustrating exactly how brands should not approach memetic culture. What a nightmarish depiction of today’s desperate advertising landscape. 

I just paged through a couple dozen of these and the whole thing is utterly perfect in a post-modern marketing sense. It’s the advertising equivalent of Portlandia being a thing that still exists.

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    OMG i love the last one.
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    Omg, this is brilliant.
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    I don’t know about you, but I find these hilarious.
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