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  • Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week
    In this week's episode, Peru and Sweden break new ground in tourism marketing, Elton John and Depeche Mode bring fresh thinking to music promotion, and a clever teenager "hires" advertising's famous icons for a school project.See more breakthrough brand ideas at Continue reading at
  • Booze News: Canned Wine Is Up, Neighborhood Bars Down
    Americans consider it their patriotic duty to drink on Memorial Day weekend -- a lot. Beer sales spiked 16% during the two weeks surrounding the holiday last year, according to Nielsen. Only the Fourth of July ranks higher than Memorial Day as the top holiday for beer sales, according to the National Beer Wholesalers Association, […]
  • Video: Mute Melania Is Our Meme of the Week
    Meme of the Week: The Handslap Heard Around the WorldSince ascending to the highest office in the land, Donald Trump's brand has been defined as much by what the people around him do as by what he personally does.Think Kellyanne. And Sean. And Steve. Largely mute First Lady Melania Trump? Not so much. Continue reading […]
  • Watch the Newest Ads on TV From M&M's, Taco Bell, Jeep and More
    Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new and trending TV commercials tracked by, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention and conversion analytics from 10 million smart TVs. The New Releases here ran on TV for the first time yesterday. The Most Engaging ads are ranked by digital activity […]
  • Why Influencer Marketing Needs to Grow Up
    Influencer marketing is all the rage among marketers. There's just one tiny problem.It's grossly underutilized.According to a recent survey by Traackr and Top Rank Marketing, 43% of companies report being in the experimental stages of influencer marketing; another 28% said their programs are tactical. The numbers are more lopsided on the B2B side: just 15% […]
  • This Ad Agency Bets on Vets
    For most ad agency staffers, Memorial Day is celebrated with a day off, marching bands, retail discounts and perhaps fireworks. But at one New York shop, it's decidedly quieter."Memorial Day is very personal for everyone around here," said Sherry Russell, co-founder and chief creative officer of Ayni Brigade. "We are low-key in our observation we […]
  • Zuckerberg Warns Harvard Grads About the Technology Taking Jobs
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Harvard graduates that they need to help others find purpose in a world where machines are taking away some of the steady jobs and communities aren't as stable, leading to isolation and nationalism instead of people coming together globally to solve problems."When our parents graduated, purpose reliably came from your […]
  • Are You More Tempted to Buy This Issue of People Because It's Half-Price?
    Ad Age "Media Guy" columnist Simon Dumenco's media roundup for the morning of Friday, May 26:1. "Remember when Ronald Reagan body slammed a reporter to the cheers of the conservative grassroots? Neither do I," Michelle Fields writes in "Journalism in the Age of the Body Slam," a New York Times guest opinion piece. "Yet in […]
  • Balkan Media Not Pleased With Trump Shove on Montenegro's Leader
    When Donald Trump barged past the leader of NATO's next member to bask in the media spotlight at the alliance's summit, footage of the incident soon flooded the internet.The U.S. president was caught on camera jostling Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic out of the way to secure a prominent spot for a photo opportunity as […]
  • Please Use Caution When Handling Ad Age's HOT Memorial Day Membership Sale
    When you think of Advertising Age, what do you think of? Warm, sunny weather? Weekends at the beach? Backyard barbeques? The unofficial start of summer? Summer Fridays? None of the above?If you answered "None of the above," that's fine -- we understand -- but it's not gonna stop us from having a Memorial Day Membership […]

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  • It Was Just Revealed Snap Bought a Drones Startup, But That Doesn’t Mean It’s Getting Into Flying Robots
    Can drones wear video-recording sunglasses? Perhaps that's a look we'll see in the future--or not. BuzzFeed News reported on Friday night that Snap bought Ctrl Me Robotics, a Los Angeles-based, drones-making startup. Variety then ran a story that said the acquisition occurred late last year. Both publications are characterizing the price tag as less than...
  • We’ll Always Have This Hailey Baldwin Paris Photo
    For two days in March, 20-year-old Hailey Baldwin and famed 73-year-old photographer Gilles Bensimon lit up the City of Lights. The results of their work, styled by Caroline Christiansson, adorn the cover and lead feature of Maxim magazine's annual "Hot 100" issue, scheduled to hit newsstands Tuesday May 30. It's important to note that except...
  • Nicholas Fabiano, Some Spider’s New Creative Director, on How to Make Branded Content Memorable
    Nicholas Fabiano, the recently installed creative director for Some Spider Studios, has a vision for what he wants to accomplish with branded advertising at Some Spider, publisher of Scary Mommy and Cafe. "I think it's very important these stories can stand the test of time," he tells Fishbowl. "In our modern world of fast content,...
  • A Struggling Mitsubishi Places Its $95 Million U.S. Ad Business in Review
    Mitsubishi Motors has launched a creative review for its U.S. advertising business. Incumbent 180LA will not participate. The news comes approximately one year after a mileage scandal rocked the Japanese company and just under seven years after its last review, which saw 180LA beat out Cutwater and Barrie D'Rozario Murphy for the business with Schematic...
  • As Ad Fraud Seems to Be on the Decline, Airbnb and Pepsi Say They’re Seeing Less of It
    Some advertisers, including Airbnb and Pepsi, say ad fraud is on the decline this year, though it's still an ongoing battle they're paying close attention to. According to Atin Kulkarni, global head of media and content innovation at Pepsi Co., improved data and partnerships with the Media Rating Council and Facebook have helped drive bot...
  • Seal Gets Eaten by a Shark in Discovery’s New Ad for Shark Week
    No seal is safe during Shark Week. Not even Seal himself. That's abundantly and amusingly clear from Discovery's new Shark Week promo, from Los Angeles creative agency AV Squad, in which Grammy-winning singer is rudely interrupted as he performs his iconic song "Kiss From a Rose" on a jetty. AV Squad used director Peter McKeon,...
  • Twitter Kit 3 Brings Improved Sharing, Authorization to App Developers
    Twitter announced the release of Twitter Kit 3, the newest version of its Twitter Kit software-development kit for application developers. Twitter Kit originally launched as a component of the social network's Fabric, platform, and product manager Ben Ward detailed the SDK's new features in a blog post: Users can share links, images and videos directly...
  • Coca-Cola Made Detachable Bottle Labels That Work as Wristbands for Music Festivals
    No one does packaging stunts quite like Coca-Cola, and here's another clever idea from the soda giant--bottle labels that detach and become working wristbands that young people can use to access music festivals. The wristbands, developed by McCann Bucharest, came in eight designs. Not every one granted access to a festival--you had to scan it...
  • Survey Suggests American Voters Have More in Common Than You Might Think
    Conventional wisdom states that the political landscape has Americans more divided than ever, but new research suggests there is plenty Americans do agree on. Following the contentious 2016 presidential election, Deep Roots Analytics, a firm co-founded by former Mitt Romney campaign director of data science Alex Lundry, conducted a survey of 5,981 American voters from...
  • Facebook: Here’s How to Prevent Other Users From Viewing Your Friends List
    Have you ever looked at the many privacy options Facebook offers its users? One of these options allows users to prevent non-friends, or even their own friends, from viewing their full Facebook friends list. If this is something you're interested in doing, our guide will show you how to change this privacy setting in the...

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  • Fidget spinners, ranked by design
    In this strange new world, there are those who fidget spin and there are those who wish this toy trend would run its course already, oh my god. For those in the former group, a boring fidget spinner will not do. Lucky for them, there are hundreds of options on Amazon boasting impressive spin times […]
  • This week in apps: Pokémon, Snapchat, and more make waves
    Watching Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard commencement speech and learning that the POTUS only has one app on his phone may have kept you too busy to keep up with this week's app news. We've kept up for you. SEE ALSO: 10 apps Donald Trump should download instead of Twitter (like, right now) Each week we round […]
  • Trump’s strangest moments overseas: Steak, swords, and one orb to rule them all
    United States President Donald Trump is on his way back from his first trip overseas, and it doesn't seem he caused an international incident of terrible significance. Lol! Hooray! SEE ALSO: The real losers in Trump's NASA budget are kids and the Earth The trip was, however, full of embarrassing, awkward things.  We've collected some […]
  • Your cat will be flying in style in this new spaceship-style pet carrier
    To the vet and beyond!  WAUL Studio has changed the pet carrier game forever thanks to their new spaceship-looking cat carrier. The studio created a Kickstarter to make their project a reality and, as of today, they have made $12,130, exceeding their goal of $3,890. SEE ALSO: Carry your kitty in this adorable kangaroo pouch […]
  • There's more to worry about at Etsy than just canceled internships
    It's a weird time to be at Etsy — or not allowed to start there.  The Brooklyn-based marketplace for handmade, unique, and artsy goods — once known as one of the best places to work in tech — replaced its CEO and laid off 8 percent of its staff in early May.  Then this week, […]
  • Welcome to the mythical world of monster wrestling
    If there was an award for most ridiculous — and hilarious — weird sport in the universe, it would hands down go to Kaiju Big Battel, also known as Live Monster Wrestling. Inspired by Japanese monster movies of the same name, Kaiju, which means “strange beast,” the battels’ heroes and villains clumsily wrestle for control […]
  • There's a camera that records every moment of you kid's existence. Yay?
    Meet Benjamin Button. No, it’s not a Brad Pitt movie, it’s a camera that you clip on your kid to record their every precious adventure.  Is that even something you want to do? Well, the creators of the device launched a Kickstarter campaign this week, and it's already fully funded — so there are obviously […]
  • There's no period emoji. This campaign wants to change that.
    There's an emoji for just about everything, from tacos to tropical fish. But, we currently don't have an emoji to describe our periods.  A new social media campaign wants to smash the stigma surrounding menstruation one emoji at a time.  SEE ALSO: These 'femojis' may get you talking more about your period Girls rights group, […]
  • Here's what 24 hours at the Cannes Film Festival looks like
    No two days at the Cannes Film Festival are the same. The event, which runs for 10 days in May each year, is so jam-packed with films, press conferences, talks, parties and random celebrity sightings that a 24 hour summary doesn't really do it justice. SEE ALSO: 10 of the films people are most excited […]
  • Dad pranks his son at school in the most embarrassing way possible
    Some parents are embarrassing. Then there's Justin Beadles. Justin's 15-year-old son, Jack, had his last day of junior high recently, so to make it very memorable, Justin decided to pull a super embarrassing prank on his kid. Dressed in a Speedo, a swimming cap, and medals hanging around his neck, Justin ran barefoot towards his […]

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  • TV ad: Western Cape Government: Everybody Knows
    The Western Cape region is known for being home to some of the most notoriously violent gangs in the world, but statistically residents are three times more likely to die in a car crash than being fatally wounded in a shooting. 'Everybody Knows' consequently features four gangster characters to highlight the risks of driving under […]
  • TV ad: Amarula: #NameThemSaveThem
    Amarula and WildlifeDirect are working together to kill the ivory trade.Agency: FCB Cape TownCategory: Drinks, alcoholicClient: AmarulaAgency: FCB Cape TownExecutive Creative Director: Mike BarnwellCreative Director: Aaron HarrisArt Director: dylan daviesCopywriter: Alistair MorganDirector: Felix SeuffertAgency Producer: Ashleigh Jarrett
  • Outdoor ad: Guinness Ireland: Divider
    Category: Drinks, alcoholicClient: DiageoAgency: AMV BBDO / Irish InternationalCreative Director: steve jonesCreative Director: Martin LoraineCopywriter: Dillon ElliottArt Director: Clayton HomerProducer: Paddy DalyAccount Director: Chris FergusonAccount Director: Tessa BrisbanePhotographer: Alex TelferRetoucher: Simon WIlliamsPrint Producer: jaki jo hannanAccount manager: Priya Shial
  • Outdoor ad: Guinness Ireland: Stools
    In the homeland of Guinness an outdoor campaign from AMV BBDO / Irish International for the localsCategory: Drinks, alcoholicClient: DiageoAgency: AMV BBDO / Irish InternationalCreative Director: steve jonesCreative Director: Martin LoraineCopywriter: Dillon ElliottArt Director: Clayton HomerProducer: Paddy DalyAccount Director: Chris FergusonAccount Director: Tessa BrisbanePhotographer: Alex TelferRetoucher: Simon WIlliamsPrint Producer: jaki jo hannanAccount manager: Priya Shial
  • Outdoor ad: City Council of Fucecchio, Tuscany, Italy: Local Heroes - Fucecchio
    It’s a project to replace the initial street names with local living personalities who had a crucial role in their community recent history.Italy has around 6000 small villages where everything speaks of the country identity and local life. From the buildings to the small shops, everything shapes the local unique personalities, except the streets. Most […]
  • Radio ad: El Burro Taqueria: Trump Logic 'Tap Phone'
    In the face of president Trump’s anti-Mexican stance during his campaign and subsequent rhetoric after his election, we decided to remind people of just how great Mexican food can be. We did this by purposefully misinterpreting his (already often confusing and sometimes blatantly untrue) speeches and texts as being all about Mexican food. By subverting […]
  • Radio ad: El Burro Taqueria: Trump Logic 'Sweden'
    In the face of president Trump’s anti-Mexican stance during his campaign and subsequent rhetoric after his election, we decided to remind people of just how great Mexican food can be. Y&R South Africa did this by purposefully misinterpreting his (already often confusing and sometimes blatantly untrue) speeches and texts as being all about Mexican food. […]
  • Interactive ad: Leroy Merlin: The Host
    Thanks to the partnership with HomeAway, Leroy Merlin chose some holiday homes with negative reviews and transformed them into new showrooms for its products, helping hosts to rent them more easily.This way Leroy Merlin’s logo became a guarantee of quality and style.Agency: PublicisCategory: Retail servicesClient: Leroy Merlin ItalyAgency: PublicisExecutive Creative Director: Bruno BertelliExecutive Creative Director: […]
  • TV ad: Liquid-Plumr: Cracks
    Liquid-Plume doesn't just destroy the toughest clogs, it makes destroying them easy. So easy, that anyone can do it. Anyone can be a plumber. There's a Plumr in all of us.Category: Household, garden & petsClient: The Clorox CompanyAgency: FCB ChicagoChief Creative Officer: Liz TaylorCreative Director: Dean ParadiseCreative Director: Bruno MazzottiProducer: Paul RipaProducer: Jojo ScheererProducer: Casey […]
  • Interactive ad: AAMI SmartPlates: AAMI SmartPlates
    AAMI, Australia's leading insurance company, knew young drivers were the most at-risk. However, the way they learn to drive hasn’t changed in 50 years pen, paper and an old-fashioned log book. AAMI worked with young drivers to digitally overhaul their learning program and develop AAMI SmartPlates – a real-time driving tracker and coach that allows […]

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  • A Big Week at Copyblogger
    Ever been frustrated with putting a site together and wished someone could just do the whole thing for you? With custom graphics, copy, marketing automation, and even content strategy — all using Copyblogger principles? Very soon, we’re going to be able to make that happen. Our big news this week is that we’ve entered into […]
  • Last Chance to Get the Rainmaker Platform at the Current Pricing
    TL;DR version: The Rainmaker Platform is shifting from a pure technology play to software with services included before the end of June, at much higher pricing. That means if you want Rainmaker at its current pricing, you should start your free trial now. _________________________ When we rebranded from Copyblogger Media to Rainmaker Digital in September […]
  • The ‘Pulp Fiction’ Technique for Engaging and Persuasive Content
    You’ve seen Pulp Fiction, right? It’s the classic 1994 black comedy crime film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The film is highly stylized, presented out of chronological order, and filled with eclectic dialogue that reveals each character’s perspectives on various subjects. And yes, it’s profane and violent. Pulp Fiction was nominated for seven Oscars, […]
  • 3 Tips on High-Conversion Copy from a Sales Page Specialist
    I know what some of you are thinking. You’re asking: “Do I really need a sales page anymore? Can’t I sell using social media/webinars/live events/blog posts/podcast episodes?” I don’t know the details of your exact situation, but I will say this: If you need to spell out the benefits of your product or service in […]
  • Pet Peeves from the Copyblogger Editorial Team, and What they Reveal
    We’ve written quite a bit lately about identifying core values in your content. Creating content around a positive value like integrity, fairness, humility, or faith will attract an audience that shares those values — and that fosters a powerful sense of unity. But our friend negativity bias tells us that the flip side of that […]
  • What Not to Do (in Content Marketing)
    Some weeks are all sunshine and lollipops. This week is not that week. Actually, all week we’ve been warning you of various colorful ways online professionals can shoot themselves in the foot. On Monday, I talked about a bunch of ways (around 30, I think) that people mess things up for themselves when they’re conducting […]
  • A Quick Copywriting Lesson Taken Directly from an Email Marketing Fail
    Ten years ago, a tattoo shop I went to subscribed my email address to their email newsletter. They didn’t send updates very often, so I never unsubscribed. However, new owners recently acquired the business — and apparently their email newsletter list — because lately I’ve been getting not very good emails more frequently. I should […]
  • Why Sex Doesn’t Sell
    In his essay, “It’s Necessary for the Scene,” American playwright David Mamet explains why no play or movie he writes or directs include explicit sex scenes. Mamet is no prude. He cut his teeth in the theatre, working in and around that last great institution of vagabonds and players, excess and fornication. No, what he’s […]
  • The Goofus and Gallant Guide to Success on the Web
    Back when I was a very nerdy little kid, every month I would anxiously await my copy of Highlights magazine, and read it cover to cover. I’m charmed to discover that Highlights is still publishing, and that they still feature the regular comic strip “Goofus and Gallant.” Gallant was a kid who always did the […]
  • Tough Love Week on Copyblogger
    I got an email from my team last week saying, “Seth Godin just wrote a post about an interesting new program he’s doing. Should we try to get him on the podcast?” The answer to that question is always Hell, yes. It’s always great to talk with Seth, and he shared a little bit about […]

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  • New Baggage Scanners May Someday Let You Bring Liquids Through Airport Security
    The Transportation Security Administration may be testing new ways to get travelers through security checkpoints more quickly and efficiently by having them remove additional items from their carry-on bags, but the companies that make these devices have developed technology that could eventually save you from having to take out your laptop at the checkpoint or […]
  • Online Eyeglass Vendor Who Threatened Customers Arrested Again For Running Another Bogus Store
    You may remember the bizarre tale of Vitaly Borker, the man who served three years in prison for trying to boost his Google search ranking by harassing his customers online. Federal prosecutors say he’s back at it, once again selling eyewear on the internet, and allegedly bullying customers who dare to ask for refunds. According […]
  • Here’s Some Good News If You Want To Buy A New-ish Used Car
    Are you going to be in the market for a car in the near future? If you can accept “new for you” instead of “new” and you don’t have your heart set on a truck or SUV, you may be in luck: Used car dealers are about to find themselves awash in 3- and 4-year-old […]
  • 4 Tips For Maintaining & Repairing Your Gas Grill
    This article was originally published by Consumer Reports. Whether you’ve been using it all year or haven’t touched it in months, you should give your grill the once-over before the holiday weekend. Use these maintenance tips to help keep your grill in top shape or to spot problems that aren’t worth fixing. 1. Test for Gas […]
  • Underpaid & Overstressed: 4 Things Starbucks Baristas Say Is Wrong With The Company
    Millions of people count on Starbucks baristas to provide them with a jolt of caffeine each day, but those employees might be the ones truly in need of a little help: Baristas around the country are spilling the coffee beans on their employer, claiming they are overworked and strained thanks in part to the chain’s […]
  • Zillow’s “Zestimates” Probably Aren’t The Best Way To Figure Out How Much Your House Is Worth
    If you’ve been in the market for real estate lately — or even just idly browsing your old neighborhood from curiosity — you’ve almost certainly seen the “Zestimate” splashed across a property’s Zillow listing. But now, multiple lawsuits are claiming those numbers are so far from realistic that they’re actually harmful, and Zillow itself is […]
  • How To Check Your Tires Before Heading Out On A Summer Road Trip
    This article was originally published by Consumer Reports. A tire check should be part of your pretrip routine because a basic inspection can improve your safety and even help boost your fuel economy. To remind motorists about performing this important review, the tire industry has designated May 28 to June 3 as National Tire Safety Week. […]
  • One IKEA Offers Instructions On How To Turn Those Blue Bags Into Pet Raincoats & Picnic Blankets
    While you might be an expert at reusing that blue plastic shopping bag from IKEA by filling it with junk and hiding it in your closet/under your bed, there’s a lot more you can do with it — like turning it into a doggy raincoat or a handy picnic blanket. Although IKEA has offered a […]
  • Check Grandma’s Freezer For Potentially Listeria-Contaminated Waffles
    Thousands of pounds of frozen breakfasts specifically marketed to frail or housebound elderly people and delivered to them through meal programs have been recalled for potential Listeria contamination. People who are elderly or who are already sick are especially susceptible to potentially fatal complications of listeriosis. The frozen meal recalls are part of the larger […]
  • American Airlines Passenger Tries To Bite Flight Attendant Before Jumping To Tarmac
    An American Airlines passenger has been charged with interfering with flight crew members after he allegedly bit a flight attendant and jumped from the plane to the tarmac at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Thursday.  WSOC reports that the 22-year-old man was expected in court Friday morning after authorities arrested him shortly following his jump […]

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  • World’s Most Eligible Bachelor on Tinder
    Ol Pejeta Conservancy has partnered with Tinder to launch a new campaign to raise awareness about Sudan, the World’s Most Eligible Bachelor. Sudan is the only remaining male northern white rhino on the planet. The goal of this campaign is to raise the $9 million needed to protect the northern white rhino from extinction. When […]
  • Syoss Thief in Morning Commute
    Syoss, Henkel’s international hair care brand, is being promoted in Switzerland with “The Thief”, a commercial drawing on the daily struggles commuters go through. The Syoss Thief commercial focuses on how merciless the morning commute can be by stealing our sleep, breakfast and time it takes to do our hair. Time poor commuters struggle with […]
  • Qantas Feels Like Home Again
    Qantas is running the third series in the Feels Like Home brand campaign, promoting the the build-up to the Perth-London service being launched in March 2018. Two commercials tell the real stories of people living in Australia and the UK, brought together for emotional reunions by Qantas. The Charlton family in Perth are reunited with […]
  • Happy Mothers Day from Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand is picking up international coverage of its “Happy Mothers Day” commercial, a tribute to the tribulations experienced by mothers of young children in planes. Children take turns to recite their lines from the poem outlining the challenges of flying, starting with using a handbag as a spew bag, screaming the whole flight […]
  • Home with Poett Fraganza
    FCB Buenos Aires and Clorox Argentina have launched “Casa” (Home), a suspense-laden commercial for Poett Fraganza. Poett is a fabric perfume designed to be applied to clothes, tapestries, curtains, towels, bed sheets and car upholstery. For the first time in the brand’s advertising history, Poett has been presented as the central prop in a compelling […]
  • Bullfighting from another age?
    FLAC (Federation of Leagues Against Corridas) in France is raising awareness about the cruelty of bullfighting with a commercial featuring a velociraptor. FLAC and its fourteen partner associations ask the question, “Do you think this practice belongs to another age?”, and call on viewers to sign a petition to get bullfighting banned. The film begins […]
  • Dyslexic Sperm Bank – made by dyslexia
    Made by Dyslexia, a new not-for-profit launched this month by dyslexic entrepreneur Richard Branson, is changing the world’s perception of dyslexia through the Dyslexic Sperm Bank in central London. No one left with a dyslexic baby, but everyone left with a new perception of dyslexia. Hidden cameras captured the public’s reactions. In 3 days, the […]
  • Movistar Love Story reveals online twist
    Movistar Mexico, the Telefonica mobile phone provider, is running “Love Story”, a commercial promoting safety for young people meeting each other online. Shot in Madrid, Spain, the Love Story commercial shows two young teenagers connecting with each other using their mobile phones, catching up on their days, sending photos, and arranging to meet for the […]
  • The Greatest Recruit in North Korea
    Part Time Lab, New York, has won gold for Best Use of Social Media at the Golden Award of Montreux for “The Greatest Recruit”, a campaign developed for Liberty in North Korea (LiNK). LiNK is focused on the support of refugees from North Korea. Against a backdrop of nuclear programs, forced labor camps, and an […]
  • No More Black Targets in shooting ranges
    New York Society for Ethical Culture’s No More Black Targets campaign has won a Yellow Pencil for Art Direction at the D&AD Awards. No More Black Targets is a collective of artists, diverse in backgrounds, ethnicities and nationalities, working in paint, digital media, patternmaking and also physical installations to challenge gun violence against people of […]

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  • A pain free pharmacy
    I love going to the pharmacy - said no one ever. In fact, prescription pickup is on my husband's list of household chores and I'll do pretty much anything to avoid going.It's never fast, no matter what time of day it is. Every other month our medications are out of stock and the months in […]
  • Custom cooking by Tasty
    Despite the fact that over 500 million people drool over the time lapsed food videos we can't seem to get away from in our news feeds - cookbooks are still one of the top selling published books each year. There is just something about the beautiful, glossy pictures that you can't quite replicate on screen. […]
  • The smell of latexxx in the morning
    The latest installation from European rail provider Thalys is changing the way people book travel one sense at a time.  As a follow-up to it's 2015 Sounds of the City campaign, the brand has partnered with French agency Rosapark to create Scents of the City.The activation features a pop-up travel agency that allows potential travelers to […]
  • Label of Love
    A grocery store + product packaging = young love.  Not exactly how you expected to spend your Tuesday morning?  Us either.  But trust us, it's worth it.For the last 85 years, Monoprix's iconic packaging has been a central element of their experience.  The French retailer and grocery features funny puns on their product labels created from […]
  • Experiences are for CEO's too
    In most of our conversations around customer experience, we talk about a brand's relationship with it's customers. We don't talk much about brands being customers too.  But they are, and they want great experiences with the agencies and partners they work with.So when OH Partners heard Airbnb was looking for a new creative agency, CEO […]
  • Nice work, Chuck E. Cheese
     Chuck E. Cheese may be what most adult nightmares are made of, but let's face it, kids love it. The freedom to run free, play games, dance and scream noisily, all the while eating pizza without their parents chasing after them to clean up their greasy hands? I mean it's practically Disneyland. Ok, maybe not […]
  • Guess what? Moms aren't always f!&%ing perfect
    Let's be honest, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese's Mother's Day campaign, Swear Like a Mother, was pretty brilliant. I mean, what better way to show millennial moms that they understand the experience of motherhood in this day and age than to say "we know you don't believe in perfect parenting, and neither do we." As part […]
  • Snapchat steps up its brand experience
    The social and digital space is ever changing, making it tough for brands to keep up with some of the major players like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Based on Snapchat's latest features, there are two very important things that are successfully setting them apart, and maybe even ahead:1.) How important customization is to users in […]
  • Nike helps consumers push their limits
    Nike's latest activation for its Unlimited campaign is creating a lot of buzz, and for good reason. It's one thing to talk in a commercial about limits and boundaries a brand like Nike might allow you to push, but it's a whole 'nother thing to allow consumers to actually experience it. This is exactly what […]
  • Dove knows not all bodies are created equal
    We all know Dove is a brand that champions the natural beauty of women from their highly successful 'Real Beauty' campaign they launched over a decade ago. It tapped into women's #1 insecurity regardless of age, ethnicity or social status, and flipped it on its head.Now, over thirteen years later, they're still inspiring women all over […]

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  • Meed: Chi & Pho
    Meed | Chi and Pho Meed is a financial technology application that believes the biggest financial asset we have is ourselves. Our earning power over the years and how we manage our money. With a function called SocialBoost, Meed provides every subscriber with an opportunity to earn from their network. To launch and promote SocialBoost, […]
  • Panasonic: Talk to Me
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  • Instituto Bola Pra Frente: Shots of Change
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  • LeYa: #QuoteOfTheDay
    Quote of the Day, by WMcCann to LeYa publishing house A Messenger Bot that creates a link between the habit of posting images accompanied by quotes and the portfolio of works and authors of LeYa, one of Brazil’s biggest publishing houses. Quote of the Day, by WMcCann to LeYa publishing house Video of Quote of […]
  • Greenfield Natural Meat Co.: Farmvertising
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  • Colégio Nova Dimensão: Your trash is expensive, 4
    cnd-recicle-04_copy.jpg In order to attract the public to the importance of recycling and selective collection. In a creative way, the school draws the attention of the public through the concept "your trash is expensive," which shows that the final value of the product, if not properly discarded after use, who pays is the environment. cnd-recicle-04_copy.jpg […]
  • Colégio Nova Dimensão: Your trash is expensive, 3
    cnd-recicle-03_copy.jpg In order to attract the public to the importance of recycling and selective collection. In a creative way, the school draws the attention of the public through the concept "your trash is expensive," which shows that the final value of the product, if not properly discarded after use, who pays is the environment. cnd-recicle-03_copy.jpg […]
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