YouTube continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary in style. After picking the 20 most iconic ads on YouTube since 2005, the site has now gotten in an alphabetical mood—with an "A to Z of YouTube" video, infographic and quiz.
Vodka has long been well known and well loved for being flavorless. For the last few years, producers have worked to expand the market by introducing exotic flavors that get stranger with every passing year.
Retargeted banner ads are the sledgehammer of the web, bashing you again and again with the same random product you looked at once, whether you like it or not.
Vodafone New Zealand is out with a heartwarming ad that tells the story of a mailman who finds and befriends a lost pig, then goes on a mission to reunite it with its owner.
The young Swiss-German directing duo of Kyra Buschor and Constantin Paeplow are famous for their hilarious "Rollin' Wild" videos—showing how tough life would be for animals if they were completely round.
Riding the viral success of numerous other evolution videos, a genre that started with "The Evolution of Dance," Breathless Resorts has scored a hit with "The Evolution of the Bikini"—an obvious crowd pleaser starring model and Vine star Amanda Cerny.
Harland Sanders needs a little help with the Twitter. The KFC colonel, who was recently revived as the chain's advertising star, took over its feed Wednesday afternoon, saying he was excited to offer some "clear and concise communication" directly to the brand's fans.
Of all our body parts, we humans objectify breasts as the most inherently feminine, right? They serve a utilitarian purpose, sure, but they're also soft and sexy and men don't (typically) have them.
If you're a cleaning brand, you'd better have your house in order—which means making your social media feeds as spotless as possible.
The latest baby-food ad to make the rounds isn't what you'd expect. No perfectly tidy nurseries or matching outfits for JCPenney portraits here.
Times are tough for camera companies. Humans are abandoning digital point-and-shoots in droves, thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets.
Looking for a browser extension that approaches ad blocking a bit more creatively? D&AD and Paris agency BETC have just the thing.
FCB Brazil had a big hit last May with its "Speaking Exchange" idea for CNA Language Schools—a campaign that connected young Brazilians wanting to learn English with elderly Americans in retirement homes looking for someone to talk to.
Happy brands are everywhere. But what if there were some sad brands, too? Illustrator and author Adam J.
Are you a greedy person who doesn't like to share your nachos with your friends? If so, Taco Bell wants you to buy its giant nacho for one.
If you win a contest at your agency's retreat, you're usually pretty chuffed to get that $50 Amazon gift card.
Whether or not KFC's resurrection of Colonel Sanders achieves its goal of putting a sales dent in potent rivals like Chick-fil-A, the campaign is at least reminding America what a peculiar and fascinating life Harland Sanders actually led. As part of the campaign led by Wieden + Kennedy, KFC has launched a digital version of an animatronic museum called The Hall of Colonels, where robotic simulacra of Sanders will regale you with songs and stories about his life.
Will the Brooklyn Film Festival ever go Hollywood? Fuggedaboutit! Four short, simple animations by TBWA\Chiat\Day deliver the message that the borough and its festival of independent films, which runs from May 29 through June 7, are "3,000 miles from Hollywood"—in mind-set as well as distance.
Evian's famous ongoing ad campaign from BETC is all about sight gags showing adults as children. It's been enormously successful, at least in terms of staggering YouTube view counts on ads like "Roller Babies" and "Baby & Me," though some people find the whole thing cloying, even creepy.
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.