TRUE LOVE DOES EXIST.
It is unquestionably the best print campaign in the history of advertising. 55 ads.
Amsterdam's Hans Brinker Budget Hotel's long-running advertising campaign is really disgusting and really funny.
It was released at sunrise on 9/12 by the New York City Ballet.
From 1911. Brilliant.
Great art direction doesn't need words. The last two smart ads are new, for a Brazilian bookstore.
These two ads — one shark-related TV spot and an interactive Big Nose installation— are the craziest Japanese ads of the year, so far.
Well, besides this tampon ad. July was an unusually good month for good advertising.
It's via Portugal. And it's not kind to the United States.
Simply, some of the best ads ever made. College grad? Disgruntled drone? Take a look, get inspired, you the Monster.
You need this. I need this. America needs this.
Classics. This year's winner will be named tomorrow. Stay tuned: We'll have it here.
Unlike most eye-pollution billboards, these actually improve the surroundings.
At first glance, they just look like sexy street art.
The British are masters at this. It's for dog food, but it will also end up selling tissues.
Very creative and very educational.
And it's not by Samsung or Microsoft or Google.
In Manhattan promoting the upcoming A&E show.
One of the best pieces of advertising I've ever seen.
Here's the best of Brit ad wit from the last 40 years.
Ad agency Lowe Singapore got three-time world champion sand artist JooHeng Tan to build a series of "18-ton" (that's what the press note says) dirt sculptures for OMO detergent. Great idea.