Imagine you're waiting for the bus, and the guy in the watch ad next to you suddenly starts talking to you.
We're in maker culture now. And in maker culture, where there's a YouTube video for pretty much any activity you want to take on, you can do almost anything on your own if you put your mind to it.
Next week, The Boss Baby hits theaters. The latest Dreamworks Animation release features Alec Baldwin voicing a briefcase-wielding, suit-and-tie-wearing baby who's sent undercover to a family to try to foil the plans of Puppy Co., which is working to out-cute the baby industry.
Empty nesters literally go to the dogs in Pedigree's cheeky "Child Replacement Program," which encourages parents to adopt Fido after their kids move out.
A car that conquers any traffic jam by rising up, having its wheels spread wide and rolling over all the other vehicles?
To illustrate the personal aspects of taking on a massive home improvement job oneself, Leroy Merlin--a kind of French Home Depot--has released "Life's Adventure." Created by BETC Shopper, this is Up meets Life of Pi, with a couple's uprooted fixer-upper home taking to the seas as they begin the lon
Doubling down on the notion that data helps drive great consumer experiences, Adobe introduces its latest software suite with "Heist," an amusing spot in which a bank's customers (and staff) aren't enjoying themselves at all.
Able society is weird about people with disabilities. Eyes dart away. We're overly helpful, not helpful enough.
SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda--Edel Rodriguez was just a kid when he fled Cuba and came to the U.S. as a refugee in the 1980s.
Let's talk about flowers. Flowers are living things that, to thrive, generally require a few nice things--fertile soil, sunshine, water, a friendly community of bees or other pollinators to move things along.
Netflix's Santa Clarita Diet is a brilliantly dark comedy with two stomach-turning caveats: It's super gross, and it can't pronounce the word "Realtor." Sure, it's common for normal people to mispronounce the word as "real-a-ter," but this is a show about Realtors, and yet they don't seem capable of saying their own job title.
It's a great paradox of the internet that it makes a lot of real-life things seem better than they actually are.
Whether you're Irish or not, pub crawls and green beer for everybody! A new campaign from Blowfish, a hangover cure, isn't encouraging anyone to overindulge today on St.
Bar-coaster creativity has a long and proud tradition. Here's the latest interesting twist on it--coasters made from the metal from real car wrecks, reminding bar patrons of the perils of drinking and driving.
While we're on the subject of the modern merits of literature, Milka has released its first cross-European Easter campaign, "All for One," a name inspired by The Three Musketeers.
Wake up, go to work, come home. Wake up, go to work, come home. It's an invariable grind that's almost impossible to see past.
The execs at Swiss telecom provider Swisscom and agency Heimat wanted to find a unique way to cheer on the country's athletes at this year's FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
A puppet of a cockroach lies on its back, flailing its arms wildly. A mouse cursor hesitates over an order on the website "Poison Depot" before changing it from one bottle to eleven.
Jack Link's, makers of Squatch beef jerky (as well as the suggestively named Hot Squatch), premiered their first-ever music video on Funny or Die, because I guess that's what that website does now.
Sometimes, winning as little as $50 can make you feel like a million bucks. And that's a good thing, because the odds of scratching an Ohio Lottery instant game ticket and finding a seven-figure payout are mighty slim indeed.