Vivid color descriptions throughout literary history become appropriately branded paint chips in The Paris Review’s 200th issue.
See a pair of clips (neatly disguised as political attack ads) from the forthcoming election comedy, The Campaign, starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.
Orbitz breaks the price-focused clutter with a new campaign urging Americans to "Take Vacation Back."
Clothing labels Supreme and Vans team up with Campbell’s Soup for a counterintuitive line of shoes and apparel.
Martin Scorsese’s film preservation society is screening restored prints of classics at the Alamo Drafthouse, with specially commissioned posters.
As part of Creative Week, agency BBDO New York has collaborated with special FX, sound, and gaming technology companies to create Throttle Up, an immersive experience that lets you see, hear, and feel what it’s like to build and launch a GE jet engine.
One of the original digital marketing execs, GM O’Connell, made some predictions in 2002 about how the Internet would impact people and brands. Here, he looks back and assesses his accuracy, and, along the way, reveals some timeless truths about marketing in the digital age.