"I died in hell. They called it Passchendaele. ... I fell into the bottomless mud, and lost the light." This description of a Belgian battlefield by British soldier and poet Siegfried Sassoon has long been synonymous with World War I's Battle of Passchendaele, which began in July 1917 and lasted nearly four grueling months.
In the opening frames of this Fruit of the Loom ad by CP+B, CGI sizzles and swirls as a pair of pint-sized Harry Potters open a portal to another dimension in the living room.
In the 1980s, you were lucky if you could afford a VHS player, much less more than a handful of movies to play on it.
BBDO is back with another celebrity-fueled campaign for AT&T, this time promoting the DirecTV Now service.
We all know that the meat we eat used to be a mildly cute barnyard animal, but that's not to say we like being reminded of that fact.
The fact that National Tequila Day fell on a Monday this year didn't stop Jose Cuervo from celebrating in style.
Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara once said, "We cannot be sure of having something to live for unless we are willing to die for it." And clearly what he had in mind was versatile and contemporary rental space in Bristol.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has the kind of can-do spirit that makes it easy to believe he can do anything--fly a plane, take a selfie in space, design a fashion line--and still be on set in time to nail his scene on the first take.
Dogs aren't always man's best friend. In German agency Jung von Matt's spot announcing the spinoff of Genesis as a standalone luxury brand (rather than just a Hyundai model), a chauffeur quickly develops an adversarial relationship with the small dog in the back seat.
Under Armour is well known for involving its star endorsers in the development of its products and marketing.
The first rule of breathable underwear is, you don't talk about breathable underwear. The creative team on Fruit of the Loom at CP+B found this out pretty quickly while working on a new assignment for just that product.
While outdoor advertising is often phenomenal, it's frequently a blight on the landscape and hasn't earned its right to block out nature or the cityscapes it obscures.
Joining brands like Pizza Hut and KFC, McDonald's is unveiling its own line of apparel and goods: The McDelivery Collection, in celebration of Global Delivery Day on July 26.
Kids seeking to break the frustrating cycle of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder take to the streets on their bikes in this fast-moving ad from the Specialized Foundation, an offshoot of Specialized Bicycle Components that touts cycling's positive effects on health and well-being.
The bad news is that British Airways' new pre-flight safety video from BBH London is six minutes long.
It's become a tradition for engineering toy brand GoldieBlox to release an ad that celebrates women who've made a mark over the course of the year.
If a chef offered you a dish that included "paralyzing toxins" that "could suffocate you," you probably wouldn't eat it.
Misty Copeland. Natasha Hastings. Jessie Graff. Alison D?sir. Zoe Zhang. They're all athletes. Not female athletes--just athletes.
We're a sucker for big, fun out-of-home design projects, and this colorful Lyft stunt from Wieden + Kennedy New York certainly fits the bill.
How does a Big Idea become a feature film? A new spot from Honda and Wieden+Kennedy London sets out to answer that question by quite literally illustrating the creative process of making a movie.