Unusual ad for baby monitor

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23 Responses to “Unusual ad for baby monitor”

  1. This is why you never put David Cronenberg in charge of your ad campaign.

  2. Paul Coleman says:

    Horror, thy name is baby eye.

  3. mguffin says:

    Little Brother… is watching you

  4. E. Chicken says:

    Junior has a taste for human flesh. 

  5. mguffin says:

    …and this is where he lives
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyemouth

  6. adwkiwi says:

    BoingBoing’s RSS feed needs a ‘not mind safe’ tag *shudder*

  7. jackbird says:

    The eye is sufficiently bloodshot, but doesn’t have enough crusty mucus to belong to an exhausted parent.

    • blearghhh says:

      As someone whose new baby will emerge from his wife in 5 weeks or so, I laughed at this, then cried a bit, then laughed again.  I think I’ll go and lie down for a bit now.

  8. andyhavens says:

    Very unrealistic. That kid’s not old enough to have his eye teeth.

  9. daneyul says:

    Meh. The eyes on this week’s Newsweek cover are creepier.

  10. DavidCruise says:

    Usual dilemma for an ad creative: do I want to create an ad that will, y’know, sell more of the product, or do I want to create something eye-catching that my narrow circle of peers will coo over?

  11. Zack Seas says:

    Tasty, Fish Eyeballs taste better 

  12. Brainspore says:

    That’s a dangerous choking hazard. Responsible parents always cut human eyeballs into small pieces before feeding them to young children.

  13. Ethan says:

    Kill it with fire!

  14. Dsilkotch says:

    He has his mother’s eyes.

  15. Gene says:

    This looks like an ad for Doctor Who.

  16. cdh1971 says:

    Baby Eye is the new Dalek. 

    (God I want this to happen.)

  17. klotz says:

    I remember an ad in a computer magazine from the 1980′s for a desktop database query system that had a similar image, of a man’s face with an eyeball in it.  It still gives me bad dreams.

  18. Ian Wood says:

    He has his father’s eye.

  19. David Buchta says:

    Five words: Big Trouble in Little China

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