Getting to know a new city is a little bit like going on a blind date. After arriving at this insight while trying to think of ways to recruit new talent from out of town, Possible Cincinnati had an idea.
Finnish agency hasan & partners teamed up with Paola Suhonen, a well known fashion designer in the country, to create a "Maternity Wear for a 12-Year-Old" campaign to call awareness to the problem of child pregnancies in developing countries and drive donations to child rights organization Plan International.
Lebanese alternative rock band Mashrou' Leila's vision of the Middle East today is an amalgam of varied and sometimes contradictory influences, from the historical to the political.
Stories need stakes, something that the protagonist is either trying to make happen or working to avoid happening.
Is color printing even legal? Does it cost as much as a horse? And could the office's fancy new all-in-one print-scan-copy-fax machine have an actual security guard living inside it?
Have you ever been to a Planned Parenthood, or any similar organization, to fish from their glass bowl of free condoms?
Clash of Clans players finally have some answers about what happened to the Builder.
New Zealand comedian Tim Batt really milks his material, but this audience remains unmoooved. That's because Batt finds himself standing in a picturesque field, performing bovine-themed jokes for a bunch of actual cows, in these silly, short social videos from Portland, Ore., agency North for New Zealand Jerky.
Robots are everywhere. And it's a problem. They clean our houses (probably while stealing our data), sit around at home getting hacked by pushy brands, take our jobs and beat us at games.
Are GIFs a major problem in the world? Probably not. But Brazilian beer brand Brahma urges its fans to break the cycle of repetition in a literally loopy ad from agency Santo and director Armando Bo (the Oscar-winning writer of Birdman).
Has Cost Plus World Market been spying on you? When the furniture and decor retailer says with some specificity that it knows how and where you live, it's actually true.
Japanese stationery brand Hitotoki wanted to show audiences the joy in hand-crafting art, so it made a special clock with 1,440 different sets of hands--one for every minute of the day.
You meet the strangest people on vacation. For example, the talky trio in Droga5 London's cheeky new ads for Secret Escapes, a members-only service that sells discounted luxury hotel accommodations and travel packages.
"Being so big that I couldn't get myself out of the bathtub without help." "Strangers coming up to touch your bump." "Knocking things over with my tummy." "Cankles." These are some of the "25 Annoying Things About Being Pregnant" Irish women initially identify in breezy, offhand fashion during the f
To properly vent his frustrations with Twitter's lax hate-speech policies, Israeli satirist Shahak Shapia went analog, spraypainting some of the vicious Tweets he's received--and reported to Twitter--right outside Twitter's German headquarters.
It's not every day you get to see a building in the shape of a giant chicken, let alone one that can get up and walk away.
With word that Dunkin' Donuts is considering shortening its name to Dunkin', the rest of the food industry is surely doing some soul-searching about whether to follow suit.
If you watched the one trailer for this week's The Dark Tower, you saw text that informs the audience the movie is based on the best-selling series of novels from Stephen King.
A travel company in Kazakhstan is defending a bizarre ad campaign that's been widely panned across social media for featuring models posing naked as flight attendants to communicate that the brand's services add nothing to the price of a plane ticket (get it?
Tasked with building big-time buzz for a good cause on a budget of $1,000, four interns at BBH New York unleashed a doggone adorable Facebook Live event, produced in partnership with Social Tees Animal Rescue.