There more to the news than just news. There's also ethics in gaming journalism. I kid! This isn't about gamer gate, silly, it's about Slate.com. While I love the infographic art direction, this campaign could be for any online news site. It looks good, but doesn't give me a reason to visit Salon over Slate. Both of them suck anyway.
Every year, Edinburgh based ad agency Whitespacers, creates a different, shall we say, conceptual Christmas card. One year they created a giant train set with a mounted live cam that could was operational via Twitter. Pretty fun. But this year the good folks at Whitespacers decided to help a new client of theirs; Mary's Meals.
Earlier this week we brought you the news that Harvey, Thinkbox's loveable dog was returning in a third and final ad to premier on Boxing Day in the UK. Adland is very happy to bring you that ad earlier than expected - and wow, it's a scorcher.
Los Cabos was hit by a hurricane on September 14th, 2014. But Los Cabos is as unstoppable as ever. This spot features real life locals getting ready for the day, just like always. The resilient spirit and dedication to friendly tourism is still very much alive and well.
Carole Denis directs an epic spot Forest Essentials’ “Warrior Princess” for Wieden+Kennedy New Delhi. Mother Nature meets the legacy of Ayurveda. It features a power warrior woman preparing for battle. The scenery is quite beuaitful, too.
Sid Lee partnered with Fake Love to create an immersive installation for the launch of Tiffany & Co's new “T” line. From the recap it looks as if the whole thing was a very New York glamour inspired installation that acted as a fully functional shop for visitors.