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Iceland's Police Have One of the World's Cutest Instagrams

What is it about law enforcement that makes it so delightful when they actually try to have fun in social media? It's probably just enjoyable to see the softer side of people who are trained to use...

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Kevin Smith's New Movie Was Inspired by This Insane Ad Seeking a Part-Time...

Hollywood movies aren't usually based on prank ads, but Kevin Smith's latest proudly is. The comedy-horror hybrid, titled Tusk, is about a crazy person (played by Michael Parks) who wants to...

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How BBDO and Doug Liman Got Inside One of the World's Biggest Waves for Visa

IDEA: It might not be the smartest idea to order pizza via smartphone while surfing an enormous wave off Tahiti. But it's good to know you could. In advertising's latest crazy product demo, pro surfer...

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Ad of the Day: Diet Coke Can Even Make Air Travel Pleasant (in Your Dreams)

Why do people drink Diet Coke? Is it the caffeine? The lack of calories? The sheer convenience? Or do they actually enjoy the taste? Coca-Cola is banking on the latter on with its new "Get a Taste"...

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Rob Lowe Is Ugly, Creepy and Hilarious as a Cable Customer in DirecTV Ads

DirecTV has gotten lots of actors to poke some fun at themselves over the years—notably Charlie Sheen in the Platoon spot. Now, it's Rob Lowe's turn to look hilariously foolish. A pair of new ads from...

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Tim Hortons Surprised This Calgary Street by Taking Over a Residential Home...

Usually when you wake up and something weird has happened at a neighbor's house, you call the police and get the kids in the basement. But not Tuesday morning on a street in Calgary. People there got...

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Ad of the Day: Starbucks Cleverly Advocates for Meeting Up Instead of Texting

Starbucks wants to help you with your communication problems. Just spend more time sitting in one of its shops talking to a real live person instead of text messaging. In a series of new ads from...

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This Agency's Office Literally Disappears After Hours So You Can't Work Late

Employees at Amsterdam design studio Heldergroen won't be putting in much overtime. Not in the office, at any rate. That's because every day at 6 p.m., their desks, tables and other work surfaces,...

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Zipcar's New Ads Want You to 'Tap That' Wherever You Go

A quick and easy way to reserve a car? You'd tap that. The characters in Zipcar's new, innuendo-filled ad campaign certainly do a lot of tapping. In fact, they tap anything that moves—as long as it's...

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Zumba Fanatics Jerk and Twerk at Work in Brand's First TV Spot

Sometimes you just gotta werk it out, even though you're at work. So says Zumba's first TV spot ever, created by 180LA, showing Zumba enthusiasts jerking and twerking almost against their will as the...

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KitKat Has the Best Response So Far to Apple's #Bendgate Scandal

The Internet is getting bent out of shape today over news that Apple's iPhone 6 can get bent out of shape when it's in your pocket. A few brands have latched on to so-called #bendgate with some...

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A Little Girl With Cancer Wanted to Make Her Own PSA, and It's Amazing

"I want to be on TV a lot, and I want to be on the newspaper so people can see how brave I've been during cancer," says young Hannah, speaking into a hairbrush microphone as she carefully relates her...

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Ad of the Day: Shatner Croons 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in Spellbinding British...

When William Shatner released his first album, The Transformed Man, in 1968, he practically invented the genre of overly dramatic lyrical recitations to music. Of course, it wasn't well received, and...

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Is This the Coolest Agency Office in N.Y.?

With creative agencies continuously dishing out new, crazy ideas, it's hard not to wonder: "What do their offices look like?" After all, we've recently seen an Amsterdam design studio that amazingly...

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Ad of the Day: Kirsten Dunst Is a Selfie Waiting to Happen in Short Film for...

Kirsten Dunst stars in "Aspirational," filmmaker Matthew Frost's latest wry commentary on the nature of celebrity in the connected age. The two-and-a-half-minute clip, produced by Iconoclast for Vs....

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GoPro's Paul Crandell Turns Us All Into Thrill Seekers

Before GoPro became a household name, the idea of a human being playing with wild African lions as if they were the cuddly Marmadukes of the desert would have probably seemed ridiculous, or...

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Canon's Michelle Fernandez Finds Hollywood's Future Talent

Last October, five relatively unknown filmmakers from around the country found themselves at a place they had probably only dreamed about—on the red carpet at New York’s Lincoln Center, sipping...

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Trudy Hardy Drives BMW to Olympics Glory

The U.S. bobsled team took home one silver and three bronze medals at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. And BMW scored marketing gold. Lots of brands ink sponsorship deals around the games,...

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For Nationwide's Matthew Jauchius, Marketing is the Best Policy

Promoting insurance services has traditionally relied on earnest pitchmen or scenes of car trips gone awry. But exotic birds? Nationwide’s spots in the recent past featured scenes like a guy sitting...

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Quinn Kilbury Serves Up a Newcastle Revolution

Actress Anna Kendrick was 28 years old, beautiful, and pissed. “I’ll just give you an endorsement right now,” she huffs. “Hi, um, Newcastle Brown Ale—the only beer that promised me a high-paying role...

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