Yoko Ono’s NYT Ads Should Rest In ‘Peace’

From our Why Not Just Burn Your Money desk

On Tuesday, for the umpteenth year in a row, Yoko Ono (Beatles fans read: Yoko Oh No!) bought this full-page ad in the New York Times:

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Screenshot of ImaginePeace.com:

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A billboard in Times Square too?



Times Square, NYC, 11:57pm all December

Yoko Ono’s video billboard film, IMAGINE PEACE is being shown in Times Square, New York, nightly from 11:57 pm to midnight through December, simultaneously synchronised at 25 different screen locations, as part of the Times Square Moment.

Is the headscratching staff the only one that thinks this is the biggest waste of money this side of Restore Our Future?

Just askin’.

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3 Responses to Yoko Ono’s NYT Ads Should Rest In ‘Peace’

  1. Nah, she’s keeping the brand alive.

  2. Pingback: Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Forever Yoko Edition) | Campaign Outsider

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