With Memorial Day on Monday, here's a look at a sad and remarkable ad campaign from Crispin Porter + Bogusky for Mission 22, an initiative the agency started to raise awareness of veteran suicide.
This interactive outdoor campaign by Lew'Lara\TBWA is a real yawner—which is exactly what the Brazilian agency intended.
ZocDoc knows how much it sucks trying to deal with doctors over the phone. Now, the online medical-care scheduling service positions itself as the cure for such headaches in a pair of humorous spots from Goodby Silverstein & Partners in New York.
Gatorade really does love sweat. Last year, the brand's hidden-camera ads with Peyton Manning and Cam Newton required customers at a convenience store to "sweat it to get it." If would-be consumers couldn't show visible signs of a workout, they couldn't buy Gatorade.
A children's helpline in Sweden just released an upsetting set of emojis showing kids being physically and verbal abused—in the hope that young victims of violence might use them to communicate their situation when words fail.
Last month, Ikea launched an online wedding service. Now, it's one step closer to offering the full honeymoon package, with a stunt that will bring breakfast in bed to guests of a temporary restaurant.
Have you taken a selfie lately? If the answer is yes, then you're the target audience for this new over-the-top parody PSA from Pizza Hut.
Mad Men may be over, but it's sure to live on forever in our hearts—and our animated GIFs. An entertaining Tumblr, Mad Men Integrated, imagines what the show might look like in today's digitally fueled agency environment.
If you watch the ad below and conclude there's nothing new under the sun, you're half right. Sunny Delight rollerblades into '90s nostalgia with this delightfully deft parody of its own goofy, iconic (some might say moronic) commercial from the first Twin Peaks era.
What better way to sell foot-care products than with an entire magazine for and about feet? Hansaplast, a Beiersdorf-owned band-aid brand, is launching a line of creams, deodorant and antiperspirant called FootExpert.
Last summer, Russia imposed a full embargo on food imports from the European Union (as well as the U.S.) in retaliation for sanctions over Ukraine.
Sure, it can be hard to find a good photo to illustrate an article about cannibalism, but that's really no excuse for trying to pass off a restaurant's steak as man-meat.
For those who couldn't get enough of Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard in their hit Samsung Galaxy Tab S holiday ad, the hyper-cute Hollywood couple—married in real-life—have returned for an encore, this time plugging the company's high-tech home appliances.
Now that you've been on the Internet for a few hours today, you've probably read about people who correctly predicted the ending of Mad Men.
How do you get beach bums to take a break from the sun? If you're one nonprofit, by luring them into the shade with free WiFi.
If you were glued to a television-type device during the Mad Men finale on Sunday night, you probably had your second-screen-type device at the ready to tweet your spoiler-laden reactions.
Adult movies have suddenly become the hot place to put cancer PSAs. M&C Saatchi in Sydney worked with adult film studio Digital Playground and the Nonprofit Blue Ball Foundation to place an unexpected testicular-cancer PSA inside Game of Balls, an X-rated Game of Thrones parody, last month.
Groupon sees your Banana Bunker and raises you a Bike Chain Wash and Scrub Kit. That's the latest phallic-looking product that the deal-of-the-day website has posted on its Facebook page, all but goading fans into making off-color jokes about it.
Beware the Trulia listing for 1295 Brimstone Ave. An amusing ad tie-in for the new Poltergeist remake has put the famously haunted home up for sale.
If you love your job but are bored with your city, maybe you can make like Jonay Sosa and become a traveling adman.