None of us have x-ray vision to know what's in our household ingredients, but thankfully there are eco-friendly household companies like Honesty who are transparent with which ingredients go in their products And which ones don't.
Official Fallout 4 trailer right here, folks. The game a lot of people have been waiting for is finally back. It starts off great with a flickering back-and-forth between pre and post-apocalyptic life, set to an old song by The Ink Spots.
Once again, this ad is meant for Facebook only and plays on the idea that Facebook videos are muted by default. In this case that's a good thing because our Hotels.com spokesperson, Captain Obvious, is absolute shit at playing the piano.
Hotels.com have found a way to (attempt to) cut through the clutter on Facebook. In “Interpreter” the brand mascot Captain Obvious is using subtitles and an interpreter using American Sign Language, so that the video which will autoplay muted, still works.
It will probably come as no surprise, but 76% of those who beat animals also beat family members. These bus shelter ads went up around Milwaukee to spread the word that animals can help in this situation. If you see an abused animal, call 911. There's a good chance the person doing the abusing is doing the same to a family member.
Native Content and Schrom & Co. are pleased to announce a new joint partnership for tabletop commercials and digital content. The new alliance enables Native to expand its versatile talent offering to include the tabletop category, and offers Schrom & Co.
There's a French mannequin out there who fell in love with another mannequin who got carted off to L.A. That's the basis for this case study for Le Slip Français, a French underwear company with the big dream of opening a shop in L.A.