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.
McCann New York's campaign takes people on a virtual tour of Tokyo for the Olympic Games.
The campaign, created by Droga5, centers on the message, "We change the game when we find each other."
The spot, created by Dirty Robber, looks back on momentous Olympic moments.
The Community's spot brings people together for the global event.
The short film, created by CONVICTS, celebrates the history of sound and music.
VaynerMedia created the spot for The William Julius Wilson Institute at Harlem Children's Zone.
The campaign, created by dentsuMB, puts the opportunity cost of waiting into layman's terms.
The spot, created by Majority, features Juvenile, Mannie Fresh and Mia X parodying the hit song 'Back That Thang Up.'
The spot spoofs the communication challenges around music pitches in the ad industry.
The spot, created by Dentsu McGarrybowen, goes on a whimsical adventure with veterinarian Dr. Arnold T. Petsworth.
VMLY&R's campaign builds on the brand's 'keep living smart' platform.
The spot, created by GUT Buenos Aires, shows Gen Z explaining modern-day topics to their parents.
Mischief @ No Fixed Address' humorous spot shows how Alpha Foods' products are proof 'you can do anything.'
The spot, created by Proof Advertising, features a retro family set in their ways.
The campaign shows how resilience can save small businesses in the face of adversity.
The campaign, created by 360i, encourages Gen Z to refresh their rhythm.
Visit Iceland has launched an international TV and social media campaign by M&C Saatchi, SS+K and partner agency Peel Iceland.
The spot shows the discrimination trans and non-binary people face when the name on their bank cards does not reflect their identity.
The spot by Translation examines popular culture's contradictory relationship with Blackness.
The spot, created by WPP's Ogilvy Toronto and Ogilvy London, paid tribute to the frontline workers of the pandemic.