The latest innovation in Barbie might please geeky parents just as much as kids. Last weekend at the New York Toy Fair, Mattel unveiled Hello Barbie Hologram, a more lively--if less tactile--version of 2015's Hello Barbie doll.
Fans of The Young Pope already know that Pope Pius XIII, played by Jude Law, isn't cut from the same cloth as his predecessors.
Netflix has been making viewers do a double-take with its Santa Clarita Diet ads since the Golden Globe Awards, when Drew Barrymore's cannibalistic take on weight-loss commercials was a disturbing standout among the TV commercials on that night's broadcast.
Since 2012, Sweden has been letting ordinary citizens take over the official @sweden Twitter account, one week at a time, with next to no oversight.
If you've always dreamed of creating a self-portrait out of Lego bricks, rejoice! A nifty machine at the toy maker's London store can finally set you on that path.
Whatcha gonna do when the Hulkster runs wild on you?! Last year, Hulk Hogan helped put Gawker down for the count.
It's a fine line between effective '80s homage and clumsy retro spoof, with the latter usually involving a lot of overplayed visual gags like brick-sized cell phones and VHS tapes.
One of the perks of winning at the AICP Awards is that your ad goes into the archives of the Department of Film at the Museum of Modern Art.
New Zealand's DB Breweries and agency Colenso BBDO had a monster hit in 2015 with "Brewtroleum," a campaign that took the yeast left over from the brewing process and turned it into a clean-burning, conflict-free biofuel--letting consumers, in a sense, save the world by drinking more beer.
What happens when you have a slow internet connection? You come late to online fads. Sometimes, several years late.
Protein World, whose "Are you beach body ready?" subway ads infuriated commuters on both sides of the Atlantic--they were accused of blatant body shaming--is back with another ad campaign on the London Underground.
You're fishing one morning on a sun-kissed lake, popping brews with some pals and enjoying a dappled day free from work and worry.
You may remember Mutual Rescue from their "Eric & Peety" video about a guy whose life was vastly improved--and quite literally saved--by a rescue dog.
Late last year, Spotify ran a very cool global out-of-home campaign based around its vast trove of listener data, with headlines referencing some of the more bizarre user habits it noticed throughout 2016.
Not every agency leader would be comfortable starring nearly nude in a seedy late-night style infomercial designed to sell the shop's services.
Ikea is out with some incredibly practical advertising, offering suggestions on how to make the most of small living spaces with clever, compact approaches to interior design.
Since 1995, visitors to Almond.com have encountered a website constantly "under construction." That's because the URL was nabbed that year by Gary Almond, a businessman then based in Silicon Valley (now a resident of Farmington, New Mexico).
An inventive new fundraising campaign uses interactive video to show how donating money to support children with congenital heart disease can bring more joy into their lives.
You might want to check the name of your burger before making your next order at a Netherlands McDonald's.
Snickers loves the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. More specifically, the brand loves buying the back cover of the popular annual edition, and having fun parodying the supermodel photo shoots inside it.