Confused.com has released a series of Japan-inspired idents to celebrate its sponsorship of the Rugby World Cup.
Land Rover celebrates its partnership with the Rugby World Cup with an energetic campaign.
Virgin Media's "You can do anything campaign" continues with yet another absurdist spot.
E.ON activation aims to highlight the issue of air pollution across the UK.
Shivani Patel and Dylan Burnside, a team of creative advertising graduates, used fashion to start a conversation about knife crime.
O2 draws inspiration from samurai culture ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
H&M promotes sustainable fashion in light of the fast fashion environmental crisis.
The Financial Times' biggest campaign since the 2008 global recession aims to provoke debate around the disruption of established corporate and economic models.
The Cotswold Company shows the evolving role of family furniture with a soothing spot.
Highways England encourages road safety for motorcyclists with a bespoke "bike parts" shop.
Did you used to party to UB40 in the 1980s but now just drink red, red wine on your sofa?
LaCie explores the power of imagination and the importance of dreaming big in a short film marking the tech company's 30th anniversary.
The next phase of the NHS' recruitment drive encourages students to go into nursing.
McDonald's, often the last stop on many people's nights out, takes an elegant approach to promote the late opening of its restaurants.
A campaign demanding action on air pollution lets London residents discover just how toxic the air around their home is.
Thierry Henry appears in yet another spot to kick off the Uefa Europa League.
Sainsbury's clothing brand celebrates the working woman with an empowering campaign.
Lego's first brand campaign in 30 years invites kids to express their creativity and "rebuild the world".
Brand shows off the romantic side of health insurance with a deep-sea spot.
Amazon's latest spots show off the perks of Prime membership.