Three NFL stars play a new position—coiffeur—and attempt to give their young daughters hairdos in these charming spots by Grey for Procter & Gamble's Pantene. The work extends the shampoo brand's "Strong is beautiful" positioning and...Show More Summary
And the Blue Steel delights just keep on coming. Following a Fiat appearance, a bespoke perfume ad campaign and a stunning promotional debut for Zoolander No. 2 on Valentino's catwalk, Derek Zoolander—played by Ben Stiller—has again popped up someplace unexpected but awesome. Show More Summary
It's Grey's second consecutive Super Bowl ad for the organization.
We have seen the future, and it sounds like Demi Levato.
Campaign compares the experience of driving the A8 to being an astronaut.
Having finished within.3 percentage points of Hillary Clinton in the Iowa Caucuses, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) has – at least for now – transformed the Democratic presidential primary from a coronation into a horse race. The results...Show More Summary
Average site conversion rates hover around 1-2%. That means at any given time, you have another 98-99% of people just hanging out. So… WTF are they doing? They’re looking, searching, procrastinating, hunting, browsing, considering, analyzing, evaluating, thinking, questioning, investigating, and comparing. Show More Summary
Celebrities star in a new PSA campaign to increase pet adoption, with a slight twist: The stars in question are two dogs and a cat, all shelter animals before their respective rises into the spotlight. Bento, better known as Keyboard...Show More Summary
Full Big Game spot launches "Meet the Ketchups."
The online spot for the ground beef purveyors pokes fun at the popular Always campaign.
You get a mortgage, and you get a mortgage...
One agency is promising to quit one of advertising's worst habits—objectifying women. Manhattan-based Badger & Winters is making its case with a new video, titled "We Are #WomenNotObjects." The two-and-a-half-minute clip features women...Show More Summary
Uber’s virtuous cycle Back in 2014, David Sacks (ex-Paypal, Yammer, Zenefits) tweeted the above diagram to explain why Uber’s geographic density is the new network effect. It’s an insightful diagram that’s been built upon by Bill Gurley...Show More Summary
Diet Dr Pepper's fabulously dressed miniature singing mascot is back for a second round of commercials... and they're still pretty sweet. Justin Guarini, best known as the runner-up in the first season of American Idol, plays Lil' Sweet in the campaign from Deutsch, which launched with two ads last year. Show More Summary
Two coffee brands are fighting over George Clooney. Then again, who wouldn't? Nespresso, which has employed Clooney as its pitchman in international markets since 2006 and launched a U.S. ad featuring Clooney and Danny DeVito in November, is suing coffee company Israeli Espresso Club over ads employing a Clooney lookalike. Show More Summary
"It'll do zero to 60...eventually."
"Dinosaur sex, dinosaur sex/You make me feel like a Tyrannosaurus Rex." Forgotten U.K. post-punk band Family Fodder sang those lines way back in 1981, and now they've come to full and terrifying CGI life thanks to Japanese condom brand Okamoto. Show More Summary
Add Stella Artois to the list of zoetrope marketers, only its elaborate spinning take on the genre is for a noble cause—as seen in a new ad that builds on "Buy a Lady a Drink," a partnership campaign with Water.org to bring clean water to communities in need. Show More Summary
David got the assignment.
Listen to someone speak the Scottish dialect, and you'll quickly understand why poetry is part of that country's national heritage. In fact, every Jan. 25, Scotland celebrates Burns Night in honor of Romantic poet Robert Burns. To mark...Show More Summary