Here's a pretty amazing ad from BBDO New York, with a mystery at its core. At the outset, we meet Evan, a high school kid who can't wait for summer break.
Parking a few steps from the gym door is kind of like ordering a cheeseburger and a diet Coke. Isn't it?
Harry: "Every year I just try to get from the day before Thanksgiving to the day after New Year's." Sally: "A lot of suicides." Yeah, it's a stressful time of year.
For those in New York City grieving the results of the presidential election, the "Subway Therapy" wall of sticky notes inside New York City's Union Square station has been a source of solace and inspiration.
You can binge watch or binge read. And now you can even binge smell! Check out the Binge Candle, created by Netflix (with help from TBWA\Chiat\Day) to help promote the Gilmore Girls revival.
One reason people go for over-the-top (OTT) services like Netflix is you don't have to worry about channels anymore.
If you're going to talk about tater tots, you might as well get the stars of Napoleon Dynamite to do it.
Parents, man. Whatever they do, they traumatize you. That's just something we like to say in hard times.
Cheetos seems to have figured that if you're wearing their product anyway, they might as well make a wearable collection.
In the meadow, we can build a snowman … can't we? Rising temperatures resulting from climate change can put the kibosh on such seasonal fun.
The inventors at Breakfast have been busy, and their newest toy is ready for market. The Brooklyn-based agency and product design shop—once described as a team of "hardware hackers"—today is launching a flexible, standalone version of its electromagnetic dot-based billboard.
A few brands and agencies have tried the Mannequin Challenge, but here's one that has a powerful and compelling message to impart. The video below is set to Sremmurd's "Black Beatles." In keeping with Mannequin Challenge tradition, the camera pans smoothly through a laboratory, where everyone seems
Spotify puts its vast trove of listener data to playful use in a new global out-of-home ad campaign—its largest OOH effort to date—with executions that playfully highlight some of the more bizarre user habits it noticed throughout 2016.
We haven't heard much from the Advertising Standards Authority for a minute, but our fun-ruining homies across the pond haven't lost a step.
We'd all like to be seen as more than a condition or label. There's little worse than one that defines your life.
A new ad from Zales Jewelers is just what you'd expect of a jewelry brand at the outset of the holiday season—30 seconds of beautiful couples, sparkly rings, heartfelt music and emotional voiceover.
H&M has had a very strong year in its advertising, and it's putting a festive bow on 2016 with this lovely short film for Christmas, directed by Wes Anderson (with help from London agency adam&eveDDB) and starring Adrien Brody.
It's no secret that having kids can dampen a couple's sex life.
Bike helmets aren't exactly sexy items, but helmet brand Nutcase is hoping to at least make them fun. In a straightforward series of print and out-of-home ads, helmets throughout history are featured protecting brains from all kinds of baddies.
Grey's holiday appeal for the Salvation Army in Canada makes impressive use of Facebook 360 photos to give users a more rounded view of poverty. At first glance, posts resemble typical yuletide fare, with smiling parents and kids wishing their families and friends a Merry Christmas, complete with f