Is it a hack? No.
Is it a hack? No.
20th Century Fox’s The Book Thief makes history.
I protest this banning. (via mumbrella.com.au)
Maybe, dear, young readers, you have some answers.
The European horror/suspense TV channel has produced some superb advertising in recent years.
It’s kind of a Halloween post.
How (not) to market to really insecure men. And how not to learn manhood from ads.
Diehard or die.
Are you and your shotgun pumped for Sunday?
Do a Google Image search for “J.C. Penney logo.” The retailer says it’s changing its logo again.
You want subtle, get out of here.
You do what you can do, with a limited budget.
Do these fucking things, and you’ll be a fucking ad star. (via helloyoucreatives.com)
Easily, the coolest endorsement ad ever.
Including children’s Ted Nugent masks.
Who doesn’t like tadpoles? Tadpoles are cool.
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
And yet, perfect. Via the best new parody ad Tumblr, Ads Of the Wrong.
Pretty funny new campaign by an Auckland bar.
This time, staring Miss Alabama Katherine Webb.
More dependent on ads than even the old media giants.
This is how. After 17 years with the Colorado Rockies, Todd Helton took out this full-page ad in the Denver Post.
New “Drink Responsibly” campaign via New Zealand.
The millionaire British bomber is currently in town for a month, putting up his whimsical little stencil scenes. But Jilly Ballistic, Poster Boy, and Robert Lanz are hometown rascals.
The hair wars in the secretarial pool during the Mad Men-era were massive.
As BuzzFeed’s oldest employee, I’m leaning strongly one way.
You’ll feel emancipated after watching this Illinois State Tourism commercial.
Elle magazine asked three London ad agencies to create ideas for their November issue.