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Polish retailer Jabłka Adama Takes A Bite At Apple

Here's a tricky one. You're an Apple reseller. How on earth do you rival a company which is known for its luxuriously minimalist interiors, industry-leading customer service, and a legendary user journey?


Two new categories for D&AD 2016

D&AD’s 54th annual Professional Awards are now open for entries with two fresh categories set to enliven the proceedings.


Brazilian agency rips off designer

A few weeks ago, we published a campaign from a Brazilian ad agency, Publiká7, for Cammila Auto Parts, encouraging auto owners to buy original parts from licensed dealers, other than knockoffs, otherwise those knockoff cheap parts are


Librarians upset by Airbnb's tone in new poster campaign

"Dear Public Library System, Please use the $12 million n hotel taxes to keep the library open later." - so reads one of the headlines in Airbnb's new poster campaign. Other headlines ask public works for "more bike lanes, like this one" or nudge the board of education to keep art in schools.


George Jensen creates content out of craftmansship with Marc Newson

World-renowned Australian-born industrial designer, Marc Newson, has designed a tea service in sterling silver, his first collaboration with Georg Jensen, it will be a limited edition of 10 sets.


Marty McFly just got his #Backtothefuture Nike shoes

Since it's officially "Back to the future" day, that is October 22 2015, everyone and their aunt are tweeting "Back to the future" gifs.


Local Audiences Prefer Brands Who Sub Their Language

Advertisers should use subtitles rather than dubbing for foreign language adverts, according to new research from EMLYON business school.


ReWork is helping Austin's homeless get back on their feet

Austin has a homeless problem. There are 2,300 homeless living on the street every night. There are somewhere between three and five thousand homeless students. Solving the problem seems insurmountable.