The Salvation Army and GREY Canada have launched a new holiday campaign to drive donations and bring awareness to the issue of hidden poverty just ahead of the holiday season. “Poverty Isn’t Always Easy to See.
CANAL decided to end the year with a bang. This is the final rebranding effort of 2016 and possibly the best ad of the year out of BETC. It's really quite a simple idea, what are the French most known for? Their love of art, and fashion? No no no.
The “Audition” campaign not only reunites Aardman Nathan Love with McGarryBowen, who previously collaborated on live-action/animation projects, but marks the launch of the Crayola brand’s first-ever national broadcast push featuring four distinct, animated versions of its vi
It's Monday, and nearly December. Are you feeling a bit sad that Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is coming and there hasn't been a decent fashion ad directed by an American auteur? H&M's got you covered.
Slept on this for a minute because I wanted to enjoy Thanksgiving but this strange ad features Frankenstein getting into the Christmas spirit for the townspeople with his iPhone and some caroling. Why? Damned if I know.
The elderly, man. They're so lonely. They can't catch a break in the loneliness department. Everyone else is out there living and they're forgotten. Until now. A smart idea from Grey Ecuador to inspire a change in behavior. There's a big classic soccer match going on.
In part 1 of this campaign for online betting company Betser, we're introduced to Einstein and Napoleon--who represent brains and balls. Why? Because Betser is introducing Balls and Brains, which rewards both skill and dumb luck/courage. It's very silly.
Here's a Christmas advert with a twist. Grandfather leaves the old folks home to spend Christmas with his family. He's thrilled to see them all, pauses for a moment at the photo of his dearly departed wife, and tries hard to get into the spirit of things.