Normally it's Urban Outfitters or H&M w
Dentsu Lab Tokyo are one of the luckiest agencies in the world. They got to create a project for Brian Eno's most recent album, The Ship that explores whether machine intelligence (MI) can acquire the creativity that is innate to human beings.
The Cats on the tube in Clapham common have created quite a stir in the UK, with industry veterans and cat-fans alike discussing the stunt.
Yesterday The Wall Street Journal reported that both Google and AppNexus would work with Adblock Plus to sell those ads;
The Cream 2016 Private View event, which takes place tomorrow (15th of September) at Ogilvy & Mather London has some cheeky videos promoting it.
This US election has been very interesting from an advertising/communications perspective.
Move over Adsense, there's a new kid in town. Adblock Plus has launched a service that replaces ads, the "bad ads", on any given internet property with "acceptable ads".
What a glorious day, CATS who kickstarted a campaign to rep
It's November 1st. The 2016 U.S. election is now just a week away and yet...
Adland the Commercial archive went online in April 1996. Founded by Dabitch built on beer and braveryAdland is a registered trademark Copyright © 1996-2016 Adland All rights reserved. Assume that all links to Amazon are affiliate links. Adland survives with your support bitcoin:34CBC5ktw5TqzUSTXfEfGkMkNBWK4bFZF1 and Paypal