The Fauxlympics

A few days ago, The Drum, a Marketing and Media company based in the UK, launched a contest called the Fauxlympics on their Facebook page. People were invited to upload their own Olympic advertisement that they created, knowing that they could never actually be used, for obvious reasons. Ishbel Macload of the Drum explains that the Fauxlympics is, “a way to help brands and agencies discover what will and will not be allowed by LOCOG, and to test our knowledge on the restrictions.” To me, it’s just a hilarious way to be creative. Below are some of my favorites. To see all of the entries, visit The Drum on Facebook.


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Hi, I'm Jodi! Advertise on the Rise is my personal blog where I can share everything interesting relating to advertising. I love the advertising world and I want to share all the exciting news and concepts that I come across in my day to day life.
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