Infamous Michael Jackson Pepsi Ad 'Concert'
This Pepsi commercial will always be known as the one where Michael Jackson's hair caught on fire. The incident occurred in front of 5000 concert goers as the pyrotechnics untimely exploded on top of Jackson.
Oscar Mayer's Kid in 'My Bologna Has A First Name' Ad
Move over Mikey - this cute 70's TV spot features one of the catchiest commercial jingles in history and the cute little kid who stars in the ad was 4 year old Andy Lambros.
Wendy's Ad Asks 'Where's the Beef?'
Wendy's classic spot's premise was a simple one, it featured 3 old lady's ordering and examining a fictional competitor's hamburger which resulted in actress Clara Peller to angrily exclaim the now legendary line.
In '1984' Apple Introduces Us to the Mac
Apple Computer launched the Mac with a single broadcast of the now famous $1.5 million commercial based on George Orwell's 1984, and was directed by Hollywood Blockbuster Ridley Scott.
The Iconic Maxell 'Blown Away Guy' TV Spot
Photographer Steve Steigman created a minimalistic ad using the music of Richard Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" to great effect. The ad has been spoofed ever since from Family Guy to the John Ritter movie Stay Tuned.
Classic Coca-Cola Ad Featuring Mean Joe Greene
One of the most famous Coca-Cola TV commercials in history, which first aired in September 1979, starred NFL Hall of Famer "Mean Joe Greene" and a little boy named Tommy Okon.
Life Cereal Mikey Commercial 'He Likes It, He Really Likes It'
Two hundred million of us fell in love with the freckle-faced little Mikey whose older brothers made him a guinea pig for a new Life cereal in this incredibly popular commercial.
Nike Bo Knows Diddley
Released in 1989, this hugely successful campaign featured Bo Jackson who stuttered so badly he didn't even utter a single word in the commercial. Instead endorsements came by other famous athletes from Wayne Gretzky to Micheal Jordan.
The 'Wassup?' Phenom Spot by Budweiser
Premiering in 1999 this now decade old classic commercial can finally be appreciated for its impact. The popular ad is now critically acclaimed and has recently been inducted into the CLIO Hall of Fame honoring the best creative advertising.
Classic Coke Ad Teaches the World to Sing
This iconic ad first came out in 1971 during a time of war and it quickly touched a chord with people with it's message of peace. The ad campaign has been remade several times since, but just like Coke itself - nothing compares to the original.
Get a 'Close Encounter' with a Classic Pepsi Ad
When Pepsi released this ad in 1984 aliens and UFO's were all the rage thanks to Steven Spielberg and his blockbuster movies E.T. and Close Encounters. Pepsi capitalized on the trend and made a memorable spot that pays homage to both films.