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.
Social media AOR Attention splices together a hilarious 'Misheard at the Racetrack'
Grey New York departs from typical beauty care imagery in a poetic and inspiring spot.
A group of anonymous creatives urges Americans to divert money to progressive causes.
Prince EA calls on changing the police motto from "Protect and Serve" to "Protect, Serve and Care."
Jeffrey Wright introduces the combined strength of the new Dell Technologies.
Deutsch LA continues the 'Be Soft. Be Strong' campaign with an unbelievable trio of gifts
Deutsch LA introduces the Atlas SUV, eventually
Humanaut push for Blowfish includes a new website and package design
Fallon creates the dairy's first brand film in a shift away from print-only.
Advocacy group CoorDown follows last year's touching Olivia Wilde spot with wry humor.
How much fun can one man have with infinite peanuts? Golin aims to find out.
In a campaign from Crispin Porter & Bogusky, the spokesman offers rewards when life doesn't
The satellite TV provider spokesperson is "tuned in" but rarely utters a word.
Instead of throwing food or punches, the marketer launches pop culture references.
David Miami brings a fictional ketchup campaign pitched on the show to life.
The animated mascot, voiced by WWE star John Cena, calls on gamers to find clues in sweepstakes push.
Without comedians, the retailer becomes the butt of its own joke.
Michael Fassbender comes alive as Walter, an android powered by AMD
On International Women's Day, the health initiative urges women to "Push" to end maternal mortality
For International Women's Day, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam urges girls to "Believe in More."