Do You Have a Killed Idea?

Steve Hall, Publisher of AdRants and co-founder of MarketingVOX, together with the folks at Blurb, are looking for the best of what never saw the light of day: the Killed Ideas.

From the Killed Ideas website:

We want ideas that could have changed the face of advertising, elevated a client’s brand to new heights, or won a webby – but instead ended up on the cutting room floor. TV campaigns, microsites, print goodness, viral – you name it, we want it. Whether it’s traditional or cutting-edge, we’re looking to show the best ideas to an audience who appreciate a killer campaign when they see it.

They’ve been accepting submissions for just over a month, but have extended their deadline until Tuesday, April 7th.

So if you’ve done some outstanding work that just never made it out the door, submit it at Killed Ideas and see how it stacks up against the rest. And of course, you can also follow Killed Ideas on Twitter.

The challenge is on

Adobe has a little contest running right now, and they want you to take some Creative License.

They’re looking for someone to create a print ad, using at least two stock images from the Adobe Stock Photos library. These images can be manipulated any way you’d like, but you have to use at least two to meet the requirements for the contest.

Entries are due by July 16th, so you don’t have much time.

(Thanks to the fine folks over at American Copywriter for the tip)

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