There’s an unprecedented amount of technology and consumer data available to create opportunities for marketers. Yet the advertising process isn’t keeping up. Tribal DDB’s Paul Gunning explains why and how brands and agencies can adapt.
Just in time for maybe the end of the world on December 21, 2012, Old Spice is unleashing our best possible apocalyptic defense, former NBA great Dikembe Mutombo, in a digital video game. Perhaps we have a chance after all.
Who say that Grease Lightnin’ doesn’t strike twice? Somebody, probably. Here is what the reunited "Grease" stars’ Christmas album will look like.
Jake Johnson, who plays grouchy Nick Miller on the Fox hit New Girl, talks to Co.Create about how he was able to sell a pilot while working the grueling hours on his day job. Hint: He treats "show business" like it’s just that: a business.
A new video from Adidas features Snoop Lion casting himself as Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol," with ghosts like David Beckham and Derrick Rose guiding him. An accompanying Facebook app determines whether the Ebenezer is actually you, in which case it offers a chance to Un-Scrooge Yourself.
Tomas Saraceno’s new aerial installation is a study of physics that speaks to the interrelationship of people and space. But it sure looks like a lot of fun.
Photographer Robert Landau compiled photographs of the larger-than-life outdoor advertising that used to pepper the streets of Los Angeles for his new book, "Rock and Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip."