Works of more than 50 graffiti artists, muralists, and photographers will grace downtown Los Angeles this month, showcasing how street art uplifts and chronicles urban life.
Quechua debuts an ad for its "two-second tents" online. Not on YouTube, though, but with a series of photos to scroll through on its Facebook timeline.
A copywriter staring down the barrel of 30 looks at the things he’s left undone. The resulting video, "The F*ck-It List," earned him a place in a young creatives program at Cannes.
Brands ranging from Samsung to Stop The Traffik are running wild in the streets. Here, three of the most noteworthy recent global stunts.
L.A. duo Electric Guest’s video for "This Head I Hold" is a story of choices, self-discovery, and conquering the demon of doubt. And dancing…lots of really special dancing.
The One Show Awards honoring the best ad work are fast approaching. Release the stress (or piddle away a couple of minutes) with "Kill for a Pencil," the 8-bit tablet, mobile, and desktop game you’ve been dying to play.
Doug Scott, head of OgilvyEntertainment, argues that entertainment is the next frontier for brands, but creators need to offer more concrete ways to measure its effect.