Danielle DePalma, the social media strategist behind "The Hunger Games’" elaborately planned campaign explains how Lionsgate turned an online fanbase into box office success.
In a very self-aware spoof that is itself exactly what it’s spoofing, Community star Joel McHale makes a wannabe viral ad about making wannabe viral ads.
A French ad for Tic Tac breath mints uses an extensive, well-organized flash mob to demonstrate conclusively just how bad bad breath can be.
She’ll get help from artist Jon Rafman. As will other technology leaders paired with artists for this year’s Seven on Seven Conference at New York’s New Museum. Here are the other pairings--and the point of all of this.
Yoann Lemoine, the director behind Lana’s black-and-silver "Blue Jeans," gets icy hot this time with the title track from Drizzy’s latest album.
Photographer Jörg Brüggemann documents hard rockers in their natural habitat with the coffee table book, "Metalheads: The Global Brotherhood."
KlabLab takes the age-old musical learning formula and gives it a modern twist. But does "Cell City" measure up to "I’m Just A Bill?"