Wired magazine's Cult of Mac blog points to an interesting fake ad campaign for the Apple iPhone:
"Kudos to Alec Sutherland, who has put together the best fake ad for a real product I have ever seen in the form of "iPhone New York," a brilliant, professional spot that shows people of every language and culture raving about the iPhone. I almost teared up, and I'm all West Coast and stuff. Bonus points for use of "Young Folks" by Peter Bjorn and John, too."
As can be seen above, the "ad campaign" visually references the ever-popular "I Love New York" campaign. Mayor Bloomberg would be proud.
[image: iphonenewyork via Cult of Mac]