NexGard " Dogs In your face" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

NexGard " Dogs In your face" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

It is impossible to make a spot for dogs without showing close up faces of dogs. Otherwise you might not know it's for dogs. It is also impossible to make a pharmaceutical ad without twenty to thirty seconds of precautionary warnings.

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Hub Strategy creates new work for Accidentally Extraordinary

Hub Strategy, a San Francisco-based integrated creative agency, has launched debut work for Oakland-based headphone company, Accidentally Extraordinary. Hub’s new work for the brand includes a website and logo re- design as well as experiential tactics. Head on over to their Tumblr site, too.

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Who Cares?! "Helpless Machine" (2014) 1:40 (Russia)

Who Cares?! "Helpless Machine" (2014)  1:40 (Russia)

Non-profit help organization Who Cares?! and agency Hungry Boys demonstrated how easy it is to get a man angry enough to hit a woman simply by making a faulty vending machine.

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Taco Bell "Get With The Times" (2014) :30 (USA)

Taco Bell "Get With The Times"  (2014) :30 (USA)

Riddle me this: If Mcdonalds is behind the times, with their breakfasty goodness like the Egg McMuffin, then why has it taken thirty plus years for Taco Bell to introduce breakfast to the fast food buying public?

*mic drop*

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#NotABugSplat puts giant portraits of children in the landscapes targeted by drones

Notabugsplat is a giant art installation project created by an artist collective in Pakistan and the US, including the french artist JR. By rolling out a really large image of a child's face near dwellings, the artists hop to jolt drone operators sitting thousands of miles away who refer to kills as BugSplats into realizing that there's great human loss in each strike.

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"The Last Ship" - "The Last Ship" (2014) :30 (USA)

"The Last Ship" - "The Last Ship" (2014) :30 (USA)

The Last Ship, a Broadway-bound musical from Sting, receives an elegant launch via a beautiful, hand-crafted commercial from design studio Bl:nd and entertainment marketing agency SpotCo.

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Music's going out of business and you're to blame.

A few days ago the above tweet from Bette Midler got some attention. She's one more in a series of prominent and once best-selling musicians who are displaying how their royalties have shrunk to laughable rates thanks to music streaming services.

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Comic Sans new face: Comic Neue

A very unlikely hero just appeared, it's Comic Sans redesigned. It's Comic Neue.

Comic Neue aspires to be the casual script choice for everyone including the typographically savvy.

The squashed, wonky, and weird glyphs of Comic Sans have been beaten into shape while maintaining the honesty that made Comic Sans so popular.

It's perfect as a display face, for marking up comments, and writing passive aggressive office memos.

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Samsung's Obama and Ortiz selfie sneakily breaks all the ad rules

Ortiz snapped a selfie of him and Obama holding the jersey he gifted to the president, and all hell broke loose. You see, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has a deal with Samsung to use Samsung phones, but as he told the Boston Globe, the tweeted selfies with famous people and current Presidents isn't part of that deal. Boston Globe reporter asked Ortiz straight: “Did Samsung pay you any more money for taking that photo?”

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KITKAT - Car Chase - (2014) :60 (UK)

KITKAT - Car Chase - (2014) :60 (UK)

Cops & Robbers, a longtime favorite vehicle (forgive the pun) for an exciting ad story, are chasing around on the pier of an unknown city. It's dramatic, it's high speed, it's all very exciting. But even cops and robbers need a break. #Haveabreak have a Kit Kat.

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