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Mentos Pack a Seriously Fresh Punch in This Hilarious Ad with a Perfect Twist Ending


This ad from BBH London for Mentos NOWMints is amazingly funny—perfectly paced, surprising, silly, and close enough to making sense that it actually serves the brand, especially because it's so memorable.

Google's New California Campus Will Be More Like a Sci-Fi City Than an Office


Google has just unveiled plans for its new Mountain View, Calif., campus—and they don't skimp on the sci-fi.

Jeff Goldblum Is a Loony Futurist in RPA's New Ads for Apartments.com


Jeff Goldblum, who's enjoying something of a renaissance as a pitchman, has scored another gig in a peculiar role as a futurist for Apartments.com—helping to introduce the company's advanced, perhaps even futuristic new apartment-listings website.

Agency Rigs Its Office to Count Everything That Goes On in Excruciating Detail


Do you love numbers? Not as much as Sid Lee does. The agency's Paris office is channeling Count von Count with a side project in which it set up digital sensors to count everything that goes on—how many cups of coffee are poured in a day, how many times the toilets flush, how many times employees use the "command + z" keyboard shortcut (that's undo, for all you mouse-clicking Neanderthals), how many documents the fax machine sends (zero, since 2013, because ha ha, umm ...

Apple Is Putting Users' Beautiful iPhone 6 Photos on Billboards and Print Ads


Photos taken on iPhone 6 are so good, you can blow them up and put them on a billboard. That's the message of Apple's new "Shot on iPhone 6" print and outdoor campaign, which features real photos—taken by real iPhone 6 users—that Apple found online and loved.

Agency Rigs Its Office to Count Everything That Goes On in Excruciating Detail


Do you love numbers? Not as much as Sid Lee does. The agency's Paris office is channeling Count von Count with a side project in which it set up digital sensors to count everything that goes on—how many cups of coffee are poured in a day, how many times the toilets flush, how many times employees use the "command + z" keyboard shortcut (that's undo, for all you mouse-clicking Neanderthals), how many documents the fax machine sends (zero, since 2013, because ha ha, umm… what's a fax machine?

Coca-Cola Celebrates Its Iconic Bottle's 100th Birthday With a Slew of Ads


It's the 100th birthday of Coca-Cola's classic glass bottle, and the soda brand is celebrating hard—with a bunch of ads in all sort of different styles.

Watch This Ad Carefully, and You'll Be Transfixed by the Car Sitting Quietly on a Street


The Skoda Fabia is a pretty special car. Just park it on the street and see what happens. It's way more attention getting that you think.

Classic Disney Characters Shadow Shoppers in This Delightful Mall Stunt


What would you do if you were walking through a well-lit shopping mall and your shadow suddenly turned into Donald Duck?

Here's the SNL Parody Ad for ISIS That Pissed Off Half the Internet This Weekend


This Saturday Night Live ad parody, in which a dad (Taran Killam) drops off his daughter (Dakota Johnson) to join ISIS, sparked a raging debate this weekend on social media.

Every Brand Wanted a Piece of #TheDress, but Who Wore It Best?


What a day the Internet had yesterday. First we watched llamas on the loose. Then, just after 6 p.m., BuzzFeed posted what might be its single most-shared article ever: "What Colors Are This Dress." If you're unaware—which is impossible, unless you live in a cave—the story pointed to a Tumblr discussion about the color of a dress.

Gripping Powerade Spot With Derrick Rose Includes First Ad Narration by Tupac Shakur


In this inspirational ad from Wieden + Kennedy for Powerade, a boy who represents a young Derrick Rose rides through the south side of Chicago to a voiceover by Tupac Shakur—the late rapper's first-ever narration of a commercial.

Every Brand Wanted a Piece of #TheDress, but Who Wore It Best?


What a day the Internet had yesterday. First we watched llamas on the loose. Then, just after 6 p.m., BuzzFeed posted what might be its single most-shared article ever: "What Colors Are This Dress." If you're unaware—which is impossible, unless you live in a cave—the story pointed to a Tumblr discussion about the color of a dress.

Do Competing Bottled Water Brands Actually Taste Different? Rhett & Link Find Out


Rhett & Link will slake your thirst for goofy, brand-inspired comedy in the "Ultimate Water Taste Test," a wonderfully wet episode of their "Good Mythical Morning" YouTube show.

Jose Cuervo Mixes a Margarita in Space and Parachutes It Back to Earth


Brands are obsessed with space, getting to space, and anything that's been to space. This week, it was Jose Cuervo's chance to boldly go where no tequila brand had gone before—and hopefully make it home safely.

Every Brand Wanted a Piece of #TheDress, but Who Wore It Best?


What a day the Internet had yesterday. First we watched llamas on the loose. Then, just after 6 p.m., BuzzFeed posted what might be its single most-shared article ever: "What Colors Are This Dress." If you're unaware—which is impossible, unless you live in a cave—the story pointed to a Tumblr discussion about the color of a dress.

Do Competing Bottled Water Brands Actually Taste Different? Rhett & Link Find Out


Rhett & Link will slake your thirst for goofy, brand-inspired comedy in the "Ultimate Water Taste Test," a wonderfully wet episode of their "Good Mythical Morning" YouTube show.

'15 Sounds Nice?' Nike Golf Has Some Fun With 14-Time Major Winner Tiger Woods


Tiger Woods has been having a rough time for about half a decade. He's been stuck on 14 major championships since 2008, but it's good to know he can poke a little fun at himself.

Every Brand Wanted a Piece of #TheDress, but Who Wore It Best?


What a day the Internet had yesterday. First we watched llamas on the loose. Then, just after 6 p.m., BuzzFeed posted what might be its single most-shared article ever: "What Colors Are This Dress." If you're unaware—which is impossible, unless you live in a cave—the story pointed to a Tumblr discussion about the color of a dress.

10 Branded Llama Tweets, From Llame to LLOL


You've got a social media war room during the Super Bowl to generate that genius real-time tweet. But what about when llamas are suddenly, unexpectedly on the loose and the Internet is going insane?


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