This friendly clown is thrilled to be eating a bowl of Sugar Rice Krinkles in this 1956 commercial. The video begins when Krinkles the clown pops his head out of a miniature house with a rooster on it. He then explains the joy of Sugar Rice Krinkles cereal and looks like he's having the time of his life — I need to try some too now!
This 1980s Black Flag skateboard commercial features graphics created by Raymond Pettibon, who is also well known for drawing Black Flag Album covers. FYI, if you're not familiar with his stuff, Pettibon is a prolific artist who also has a huge body of work unrelated to Black Flag. I love these skateboard designs and the… READ THE REST
As demonstrated in the Original Water Wiggle Commercial, there is no escaping this maniacal entity once it's turned on. I had one of these as a kid. Water shoots through its plastic hose making it rise into the air and swing around in every direction. It even has a delightful feature where it can suddenly… READ THE REST
The Puttermans find a simple fix for dealing with their overly chatty relative in this 1994 Duracell Commercial. To get some peace and quiet, they simply put the wrong type of battery inside of the giant terminal in her back. She falls face-first into her food as the family cheers and bursts out laughing. If… READ THE REST
As the weather warms up, things tend to get more pungent, shall we say. One wrong move and the fridge gets left wide open, and you're stuck with a house that smells like trash and broken dreams. Even if something so drastic doesn't happen, smells pile up quickly, and it's challenging to part ways with them.… READ THE REST
Nearly everyone has scrolled through Instagram only to find an ad for the hotel they were just talking about 10 minutes earlier. Whether it was just a coincidence or you were "being listened to" is always up for debate. Still, it's hard not to feel uneasy knowing someone or something is potentially using your info to manipulate… READ THE REST
Even with today's massive array of innovative gizmos and gadgets at your disposal, getting your hands on professional-grade tech for your home can be a little tricky, not to mention quite expensive. And if you've ever searched for quality audio tools for your home studio, you likely have experienced this frustration. Whether you write and record your own… READ THE REST