That's What I Call Advertising
I think I can finally put a check next to "weirdest advertisements known to date."
While we're familiar with billboards, television commercials, print ads -- even ads on vehicles, no medium of advertising has ever caught my attention quite like this one.
Globat.com recently bought the rights to a man's head which shall be tattooed with their logo as of today, February 28, 2006.
Believe it or not, this was all made possible thanks to an eBay auction.
Here's a snippet from the release:
Mark Greenlaw, a father to three children and resident of
I guess it's not such a bad thing to be a permanent walking, talking advertisement for a company, because let's face it -- it's not like the company can pull their ad, you know? So when this is all over, what will happen to the fresk ink on Mr. Greenlaw's head? I guess he can always grow some hair back over it.
Good luck with your new tattoo, Mr. Greenlaw. I hope it's not too painful.
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