Ikea's tribute to Apple jumps on hype surrounding the iPhone 8's release.
This ACD binges on "Real Housewives" but cleanses her palate with poetry.
A young man called Joe spends a week on his own in a flat without any human or technological contact in a social experiment devised by the Campaign to End Loneliness.
The discipline must fundamentally change to continue to be essential, says Hill Holliday's chief strategy officer.
Inclusivity has become a hot topic among brands.
A young director goes to town creating a trailer for the 13th series of The Apprentice, complete with gold outfits, extravagant dance routines and someone swinging on a giant finger.
Mini tells the pioneering story of John Cooper, who beat the odds in the early 1960s by building a legendary racing car from a tiny family vehicle.
HSBC features grime artist Lady Leshurr in a music video encouraging young people in the UK to start higher education or training.
Agency execs and celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Lena Waithe lauded industry groundbreakers and lamented slow progress.
To celebrate the 4A's 100th anniversary, Campaign US compiled the top 10 spots that changed the way brands spoke to consumers.
Producer and director Ken Olin dishes about the show and working for a broadcast network.
Dirty Robber's Chris Uettwiller talks production and execution of the attempt to break a human record.
The short film starred Michael K. Williams as four versions of himself, locked in an existential interrogation.
The agency's EVP joins CEO John Seifert to reflect on the state of diversity in the industry, business responses and Charlottesville.
The New York Bakery Company's biggest-ever campaign transports viewers to New York to meet Edna, a charismatic 82-year-old Jewish woman who runs the city by fuelling its inhabitants with bagels.
A "seat at the table" isn't enough, says Oath's Allison Allen, in wide-ranging discussion at annual diversity conference.
Vice created a film with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to highlight progress of the United Nations' Global Goals ahead of UN General Assembly Week.
The 11th annual diversity conference and awards show began with a roundup of the past year's good and bad news.
Guinness' latest ad unearths a true story that might seem unbelievable: real cowboys roaming the streets of central Los Angeles on horses.
The legendary multicultural marketer talks with Campaign US about being a groundbreaker and an effective creative leader, and the state of diversity in the industry.
Too few of the billions of sites online are usable for disabled people, says AudioEye's CEO.
To celebrate the 4A's 100th anniversary, Campaign US compiled the top 10 cartoon spokescharacters.
Naomi Campbell knew all the words to Wham!'s Wham Rap! by heart when she arrived on set to shoot H&M's autumn/winter fashion campaign.
This account manager can't be bothered by churro ice cream cones but is obsessed with pre-downloading Netflix series to her iPhone.
Intentionally borrowing and adapting elements from other industries can help you lead and transform your own, says Fine's managing partner.
Asos' vibrant film introducing its new makeup range also heralds a fresh directing talent to watch: Raine Allen-Miller, who was a creative at Mother before signing to Somesuch.
BBC Creative tells the stories behind major music acts to mark Radio 1's Live Lounge Month and 50 years of the station.
Photographer and director Rankin shot Unicef UK's new film to highlight the plight of children uprooted by war, poverty and disaster.
Lululemon's first-ever men's campaign portrays alternate definitions of strength and masculinity.
Heineken's Uefa Champions League campaign illustrates the drama of football through three Hollywood-style spots.
As the Smithsonian enshrines the singer's artifacts, a look at how the industry has changed.
In a turbulent political climate it might seem idealistic to claim creativity can change the world, but Absolut has never been a brand to quiet its point of view.
Creativity can be the differentiator in getting an athlete noticed, according to a new fast-paced Adidas ad by 72andSunny.
To celebrate the 4A's 100th anniversary, Campaign US compiled the top 10 spots that made us laugh.
Users require a brand that aligns with their values and sparks a personal connection, says Blackbaud's svp of global marketing.
Who Wot Why made the first coded algorithm TV ad for Habito, an online mortgage broker.
Wieden & Kennedy ECD Iain Tait and incoming TBWA\London creative chief Andy Jex review work from Nike, Always, Channel 4, Honda, Airbnb, KFC, Ikea, Secret Escapes, McCain and Toyota.
Inspiration, collaboration and innovation are more important than the old standbys of value, trustworthiness and consistency, says Mechanica's CEO.
AI could be the secret to happy, healthy brand relationships, says Phenomenon's strategy director.
Lucky Generals' first campaign for Yopa introduces characters in ridiculous situations that keep them from using the digital estate agent themselves, from being entombed in ice to trapped in a boring dream.
We won't ruin the twist at the end of this ad for the new Dreamies Deli-Catz treats, but it's what you would expect from an ill-fated friendship between a cat and a chick.
BMB made an eerie film for ClientEarth in response to the government's new Air Quality Plan, which the charity claims is inadequate.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists has launched its first-ever recruitment campaign with a film that tackles negative perceptions of psychiatry and encourages more medical students to enter the field.
CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably) ran a powerful press campaign for National Suicide Prevention Day on Sunday.
The meerkats are back in a high-stress caper in Comparethemarket.com's new multi-million pound TV ad campaign ahead of the film sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Marketers are looking for new channels to more deeply connect with consumers, says Day One Agency's CEO.