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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?

Frank Underwood of House of Cards Gets Campaign Posters Inspired by Those From History


The third season of Netflix's government drama House of Cards will officially be available to stream on Friday.

Mark Mothersbaugh Traces His Life From Blind Kid to Visionary in Great Google Play Ad


Google Play has been running a great branded content series from BBH Los Angeles called "California Inspires Me," featuring interviews—which are then set to animation—with famous Californians talking about their upbringing.

Apple Watch Gets Its First Advertising With a Stylish 12-Page Spread in Vogue


Apple Watch gets a 12-page spread in the March issue of Vogue, part of the run-up to the wearable device's launch in April.

Agency Creatives Need to Shut Up About Entering Ad Contests, and Here's Why


Attention, creatives: You have actual paying clients, and shouldn't be pissing your time away working on briefs for some cockamamie ad contest.

Infographic: Here's Just How Much Crappy Beer Americans Are Drinking


Sure, we Americans drink a whole lot of light beer, but do you realize just how much? The infographic below from the team at alcohol-fueled site VinePair shows the staggering scope of mainstream beer sales—especially Bud Light, which tallies $3 billion more in sales than its closest competitor, Coors Light.

Bleak Billboards in London Tell Sad Stories of People Priced Out of the City


Bleak black-and-white digital billboards in London (one in Holborn and one in Aldgate) are telling the sad stories of people priced out of London as the city continues to change.

Netflix Uses One Brilliant Tweet to Show Why You Should Be Afraid of Comcast


Netflix and Comcast have been sparring for a while. But on Wednesday, Netflix delivered a quietly epic uppercut to the cable giant and its interests—thanks to a single creative tweet.

Sonic's Weird Drink Flavors Come to Life as Strangely Riveting Mouth Cartoons


Sonic is pretty serious about playing with its food. A new campaign from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners transforms actors' mouths into zany little characters using face paint, à la makeup artist Lauren Jenkinson's renditions of classic cartoon characters.

Twerking Butt Cheeks Slap Out Phat Beats in Seriously Jiggly Ad for Headphones


My late grandfather once told me, "There's an ass for every seat." Not until today did I truly know what he meant.

Bill Lumbergh of Office Space Is Back, and Still a Clueless Prick, in Ads for HipChat Software


Given how much advertising loves office humor, it's a bit surprising that characters from Office Space haven't been revived more often for commercials.


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