Remember when Jean Paul Gaultier was making Diet Coke cans look like whores? Now Marc Jacobs has officially taken over as creative director of the soda for its 30th European anniversary. Before the revamped cans comes this redonk commercial in which the 49-year-old tattoo freak takes pictures of himself in a photo booth — much to the horny delight of three poorly dubbed Euro girls. Watch after the jump.
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Behold the first image from Beyonce’s $50 million multiyear campaign with Pepsi that will include commercials and “support the singer’s creative projects.” Says Bey in a statement: “Pepsi embraces creativity and understands that artists evolve. As a businesswoman, this allows me to work with a lifestyle brand with no compromise and without sacrificing my creativity.” Diva!
Expect the campaign to coincide with her 2013 album release and eagerly anticipated performance at the Pepsi-sponsored Super Bowl — and see her beat mug on a limited-edition can after the jump.
Wait, does Diet Coke with Bacon actually exist? This skillfully Photoshopped, repeatedly shared can mock-up would have you believe so, but the answer is nope, not yet.
Besides the grievous misuse of the word "mixology," Taco Bell's new morning marriage of Mountain Dew and orange juice probably isn't as gross as it sounds, especially when you consider that one of the primary ingredients in a Dew is concentrated O.J. But what kind of person's eating breakfast at the Bell?
In addition to designing the costumes for Madonna's MDNA Tour, Jean Paul Gaultier has been hard at work as creative director of Diet Coke in Europe. Following the surreal first commercial to bubble from the strange partnership, two bottles in Gaultier's "Night and Day" collection will pop up in nine European cities this month. One bottle is giving you corseted lady of the evening with fishnets and cone bra, while the other is sporting nautical realness.