Nike has launched its new campaign aimed at women called "better for it" with a light-hearted spot that peeks inside the minds of women as they try to keep fit.
The short film from Wieden+Kennedy is part of the magazine's first branded campaign in 10 years, which also features Caitlyn Jenner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
"Stewski" from BBDO Minneapolis toasts a day's hard work with "the beer of meals."
FCB West spot that portrays smartphones as overrated get plenty of social media placement
First work from McCann NY makes TV debut during Grammy Awards
The Games, and Paris itself, belong to everyone, says anthem video from BETC Paris
Video network M2M shows that models needn't be thin, straight and white
215McCann pits Captain Cutter and General Atriox in a battle of wits over a '93 hatchback.
Branded film makes Ibis Hotels the star of art-house spoof.
Short film from SheKnows media shows why even sloppy smooches are sweet.
VoteVets, political comms agency GMMB and a disabled soldier call out the President by name.
Forrest Whitaker narrates a 60-second ad from Translation that acknowledges the political divide.
Despite big name action stars, no movie tie-ins sully an extended fight scene
Sweating takes center stage in low-calorie brew ad set to classic TV show theme.
Publicis Seattle helps the telecom present a 60-second history of touchdown dances.
Created by McCann New York, the ad previews the upcoming series "Genius."
The 30-second spot from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners takes a backseat to the teaser.
Bud Light's 80s mascot makes a comeback for 30th anniversary.
Deutsch New York adds callbacks to classic ads for longtime fans.
A Verizon customer fakes his own demise in Droga5's first work for the brand.
Leo Burnett Chicago gives gamers a sneak peek at the much-anticipated video game sequel.