Yeah, they hit that. Want to hear the deets? Some swaggering cartoon pandas sing a slightly more animalistic version of Lonely Island's viral blockbuster "I Just Had Sex" in a new campaign about endangered wildlife.
Livestreaming brand stunts are getting more and more popular—one of our recent favorites being the Waitrose campaign from the U.K.
With less than 100 days to go before the Rio Olympics, Lacoste builds on its "Life is a beautiful sport" campaign with a chic new video called "Support with Style." Created by BETC and its music subsidiary BETC Pop, "Support with Style" follows a troupe of "beautiful supporters" through Paris, whose landscape has been transformed into an eerily empty (and clean!
"You want lasagna for dinner?/Ricotta's a winner/I'm thinking' bout a little pasta with some sauce in the center." Speed rapper Mac Lethal busts out those lines and a whole lot more in this hidden-camera stunt from ad agency SuperHeroes touting the extended battery life of Asus' Zenfone Max Android handset.
Allergy season is here, which means it's time for a fun song about snot and sucky genes!
We're not in "Like a Girl" territory anymore. As one Adweek editor thoughtfully put it this week, "Female strength is the new female empowerment." And while Always' charming campaign may have begun that conversation, far more powerful elaborations on that message have appeared since, each improving on its predecessor in nuance, style and complexity.
"It makes great cocktail napkins, bookmarks, facial tissues. But you know what's best to do with it!" Yes, Durham, N.C., agency McKinney knows where its home state's controversial House Bill 2 belongs—in the toilet.
Canada's climate includes harsh terrain and gnarly winters—which is why its athletes are so hardcore, says a new ad for the nation's Olympics team.
Playing on the double-sticked nature of the product, Twix in the Nordics pulled a modern—and more discomfiting—version of Doublemint's "Double Your Pleasure." Patchwork Group in Denmark helped prep the campaign, which will run in all Nordic nations.
Since the dawn of time, humans have been confounded by cats, those mystifyingly aloof creatures whose inner thoughts are famously inscrutable.
Saatchi & Saatchi partied like it was 1899 in a this campaign for CIB Bank, building two ATMs that looked 120 years old to celebrate a neighborhood anniversary in Budapest. The city held Budapest100 this month, which is a festival celebrating city buildings and other infrastructure that are at least a century old.
O Street, a graphic design firm in Scotland, hired one of Glasgow's finest road-lining crews to create a typeface for its new visual identity, using molten thermoplastic on asphalt. read more
Something wicked this way comes in Droga5's first work for sports supplement brand MET-Rx, featuring an ominous 80-second spot about a football player arriving with his team in an opponent's town—musing about the hell he's about to unleash on the unsuspecting enemy.
Star Wars fandom and the merchandise that goes with it are often fraught with drama. Said drama often comes from the exclusion of women, whether that's female characters being left out of games, figurines, various other items or clothing options for women.
National Geographic has tried to put a 21st century spin on the idiom "Walk a mile someone else's shoes." Instead of shoes, people swap faces—a la Snapchat's face swap tool—in an odd new print campaign from Y&R São Paulo. read more
Some preroll ads are just so irritating that merely skipping them doesn't seem like meting out proper justice.
We're exactly 100 days out from the opening of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and less than two weeks away from Mother's Day.
Would you give a complete stranger who walked up to you on the street access to all the personal data on your phone?
Female weightlifter Amna Al Haddad appears in the latest online documentary for Nike Training's "Inner Strength" series.
If you think you've been exposed to the most vile behavior the internet has to offer, you need to spend more time browsing replies to female sports journalists.