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Mercedes-Benz Brazil gets sarcastic for Ago

The headline translates into "How to take a spin in a car that isn't yours." If this is lost on you, I'll explain. Eike Batista, was once the richest man in Brazil. He lost almost all his money and was then had some assets siezed. One of the judges in the case took one look at Batista's cars and went ahead and helped himself to a joy ride. This headline humorously mocks that recent scandal.

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NYU Langone Orthopedics

To go along with its videos, Langone Orthopedics presents some OOH for New York's everyday athletes. Fun campaign.

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Dinosaurs Alive - They're Back

Sometimes things don’t always stay extinct. Dinosaurs Alive is returning to the Calgary Zoo this spring.

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Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago: Hornets.

I once knew a creative director on a mediocre account who loved to throw the word "rock star" around whenever he could, as if by saying it, it meant he was one. I never knew what he meant exactly, because his work was as mediocre as the account he lead. So at the risk of offending mediocre creative directors everywhere, let me say this-- you are not rock stars.

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Happy International Women's Day from Volkswagen.

Simple ad for Volkswagen from DDB Hungary with a International Women's Day theme. They changed "Das Auto" to its feminine "Die Auto." I'll bet the copywriter came up with it in ten minutes, pretended it took a few hours, and then went home early. That's how I would have done it, anyway.

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Women's Aid creates interactive billboard to erase domestic abuse

To coincide with International Women's Day, March 8th, WCRS partnered with Ocean Outdoor to create an interactive billboard, in London's Canary Wharf. On the billboard is a woman with bruises on her face, with the line "Look at me." Uding facial recognition technology, the more people who look at the billboard, the more her face slowly heals.

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Le Bon Marché - Seen at Bon Marché print & banner campaign by BETC & Martin Parr

Parisian department store Le Bon Marché revamps as a colourful candy store with the help of BETC and photographer Martin Parr.

One of the world's first department stores, Le Bon Marché continues to set the pace with an ongoing series of artistic projects. This latest collection is a reaffirmation of the close and special ties between the shopping emporium and the arts world.

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Don't wait till it's too late to save African Wildlife

Nice, simple campaign featuring award-winning photographer George Logan and media owner Outdoor Plus. There's no point in waiting until the last animal is around to save it. Start working to save them now.

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