The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is teaching a few good dogs how to drive--eventually without a trainer in the car!--in case you were thinking about not adopting them.
Lurpak’s latest keeps things running smoothly in the kitchen (with the help of Rutger Hauer).
Hova handles humility gracefully.
The Cape Times, a newspaper in South Africa, demonstrates how close it is to the news as it happens, by showing the only way you could be closer.
The creators of Symbolia see the new tablet app as part of a journalistic movement that combines real reporting with the handcrafted feel of comics.
If you thought you’ve been hearing Ty Burrell talk about high-speed Internet services and Paul Giamatti talk about insurance, you weren’t imagining it. The execs behind these campaigns talk about why they used such familiar and unusual voices and why they think there’s an uptick in celebrity ad voice-overs.
If you think consumers are telling you what they want in traditional research, you’re wrong. Deutsch’s Douglas Van Praet argues that marketers must look to unconscious behavior for real creative breakthroughs.