The original Mad men were a group of subversive cartoonists and writers poking fun at anything that carried the slightest hint of authority. Today’s editorial crop have a much harder job--satirizing folks who have grown up with Mad and are in on the joke. On a tear of shameless shilling for its new 60th anniversary coffee table book, Totally Mad, editor John Ficarra weighs in on how the iconic magazine has kept up with the times.
Fox’s forthcoming late night and digital arm, Animation Domination High Definition, fuses the two presidential candidates together in its first-ever video.
After Chicago-based "The Onion" folded its New York offices, staffers who stayed behind needed a new gig. Now, they’ve teamed up with Adult Swim to form "Thing X," a digital comedy hub that satirizes every aspect of the Internet.
The new ad from WWF Canada features a broadcast of "The Inevitable News," which describes a (for now) fictional oil spill in British Columbia.
From the strategy files: Ana Andjelic looks at loyalty programs through the lens of decision-making, business design, and experience design and suggests a new way of reconciling human irrationality outside of the usual emotion-driven marketing context.
In the new spot for Norwegian banking group DnB, the woman who captured George Clooney’s heart finds her good fortune prolonged.