Zombie Barbie


Because we know it is a $6 billion industry, we go why not Barbie?. From the 1950s onwards girls were encouraged to hone their zombie slaughtering skills in preparation for the inevitable apocalypse. Though young ladies dispose of the undead with ease today, toys such as Mattel’s 1962 ‘Zombie Attack Barbie’ were instrumental in helping to habituate girls to a new social norm where zombie disposal would become a very necessary life skill. Now a collectors item ‘Zombie Attack Barbie’ played a salient role in ensuring the survival of countless young girls who grew up ready and willing...

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Grunge art by Lora Zombie


Lora Zombie calls her bright, color splattered watercolors “grunge art”. Her speech bubble heavy works, mix diverse linear characters with perfectly placed splashes of paint, giving the pieces a happy mix of perfection and chaos. Very nice work. Thanks to Ashley New for bringing this to attention Watch Lora create 'Love Shock'   Lora Zombie website

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Westlake Hardware: Zombie


Westlake wanted to grow its younger adult customer base but struggled to connect with younger adults, who have a one-stop-shopping habit of returning to the same big box stores for hardware needs. They knew they would need to update the brand’s tone and look a little to connect with this demographic, but didn’t want to lose the brand’s core—centered on expert assistance and friendly service. To reach this goal, Bozell pitched a social media campaign for the Halloween season about zombies. I think this is a very brave and cool creative.

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Vodacom free calls print ad


Cool Vodacom print ad. Not exactly original...but delivery is quick and effective in my opinion. I just love the classic horror film look.

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