Creative Fuel: Ideas to help get you through the week.

Fast food breakfast war. Shots fired.

A couple of weeks ago, Taco Bell fired a shot at McD, showing real-life Ronald McDonalds loving Taco Bell’s Crunchwraps. Check out the spot below:

Guess Who Loves Taco Bell’s New Breakfast?

McDonald’s was mildly amused and fired back with this Facebook post:


Soon enough, we learned that way back in 2002, Jack in the Box punked Ronald in similar fashion. So, of course, Jack took the opportunity to jump into this latest fun fray with his own Facebook post:blog2

Nobody likes getting traffic tickets, but everyone wants to be saved.

Here’s an interesting twist on a familiar scene that remind us of some recent VW spots. It kind of makes me hate getting a ticket a little less… just a little.

Texting-while-driving PSA:

What about the Poor?

This is a brilliant and simple social experiment from The Pilion Trust that makes you think more about the poor. I’m sure many of us can watch and relate to the guilt of not being proactive enough when it comes to helping the needy, at least as much as we say we should. Perhaps it’s time we put our money where our mouths are.


Check out this ridiculously tough job interview and see if you’d be a good fit. You’ll be surprised.

World’s Most Up-For-Whatever Job | #UpForWhatever

Bud Light followed up rather quickly with a spoof to the #WorldsToughestJob with this job interview.

A generic brand video we’ve all seen.

Does this style of video look familiar to you? It should, because it’s a parody of what many brand manifesto commercials look like. As cliché as it is, it still can be cool and powerful. You can achieve this effect if you want—it’s made entirely with stock footage from


James Nguyen is an Art Director at Rauxa in Orange County.