Ever love a show so much it hurt? See images from Friday’s New York event, where tattoo artist Ami James administered tattoos of the sigils for each of the five noble houses of Westeros, from "Game of Thrones," returning to HBO on Sunday.
"Bully" director Lee Hirsch talks about telling the heartbreaking stories of bullied kids, the shocking indifference of adults, and what it’ll take for change.
Drones--they’re not just for war anymore. Increasingly, they are a fact of civilian life--a fact that cries our for artistic intervention. Here, a gallery of the best drone-inspired art.
The campaign for Kraft Homestyle’s Sharp Cheddar and Bacon dish finds the brand refurbishing BleacherReport.com so that it’s filled with sizzling strips.
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners co-chairman and creative director Rich Silverstein talks about how touch-screen apps allow people with autism to communicate and create.
To promote the Nissan Micra, AKQA London has created "New Star of India," a social media-driven film featuring one of Bollywood’s hottest stars--oh, and 100 dancing cars.
In an ad for Adidas’ new ClimaCool Seductions, a host of definitively fit people demonstrate that "Everybody runs."
A new series of spots continues the can’t-keep-us-down theme of "Halftime," and incorporates Chrysler brands into the comeback stories.