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Target Loved the Guy Who Trolled Its Haters, Judging by This Genius Facebook...

How did Target really feel about Mike Melgaard posing as a Target customer service rep on Facebook and caustically replying to angry messages left by haters opposed to Target's gender-neutral product...

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Baby Brand Tommee Tippee Made Baby Wipes From Reams of Actual Parenting Advice

New parents eventually get so sick of advice, they'll want to wipe their baby's butt with it. And now, infant feeding brand Tommee Tippee has made that possible—with a limited run of baby wipes made...

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Ad of the Day: Norm Macdonald Is Colonel Sanders, as KFC Campaign Quickly...

Darrell Hammond out, Norm Macdonald in. Wieden + Kennedy shook up the musty image of Col. Harland Sanders in its first work for KFC back in May, with Hammond being memorably off-kilter—both reverent...

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Clothing Crackles With the Meaning of Life in These Excellent European Fabric...

Kudos to Procter & Gamble brand Lenor (known in the U.S. as Downy) for managing to eroticize fabric softener in surprisingly poetic fashion. Each of these four long-form ads from Grey Dusseldorf...

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TBWA Designs a Bike-Lock Poster From Pieces of Competitors' Broken Locks

To introduce AXA's Victory bicycle lock, TBWA\Neboko scoured the streets of Amsterdam looking for other companies' broken bike locks, and used pieces of them in this memorable poster and billboard...

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Two Men Dressed as Turds Emerge From Butt to Tell You About Dude Wipes

Meet Plip and Plop, the anthropomorphized piles of feces who star in this ad for Dude Wipes. After exiting a giant butt crack with some unsavory jets of brown liquid and plopping into a pool below,...

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Ad of the Day: Gaming Spot Makes Horrifying Use of Robert Frost's 'The Road...

Robert Frost has been frightening lit majors for years. For the rest of us, however, the American poet's thoughtful 1916 masterpiece "The Road Not Taken," with its quiet lines about paths diverging in...

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3M Builds a Rube Goldberg Machine From Its Esoteric Products, but Is It the...

3M, which makes lots of different kinds of random, practical objects like sandpaper and stethoscopes, has now combined a bunch of them into one highly impractical but somewhat entertaining object—a...

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How This Agency's Completely Blank 4-Minute YouTube Video Got 100,000 Views

Still obsessed with YouTube views as the key metric for knowing whether a video really connected with your audience? Not so fast, says ad agency Solve, which embarked on an experiment recently to see...

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Kyle Chandler Is Back as Coach Taylor in This Great PSA, but Is Anyone...

Kyle Chandler's got one more inspirational speech in him, and we'd all better listen up. The Austin-based actor reprises his best role—as Coach Taylor from Friday Night Lights—in this great spot for...

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Edmonton Defends Epic Bus Ad, Which Looks Like a Carbon Copy of Famous 2012 Spot

The Canadian city of Edmonton, Alberta, has created an epic commercial about how cool it is to ride the bus. But it's like flashing back to a trip you've taken before. Everything seems eerily...

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This London Bar Serves Drinks in the Form of a Liquor Cloud You Breathe In

If "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" taught me anything, it's that getting loaded from strange fumes is probably unhealthy, but possibly lucrative. British food design firm Bompas & Parr evidently learned the...

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Ad of the Day: Why This Woman Faced Her Fears and Bravely Undressed in a Busy...

Stunts designed to impart a message about body image have been so commonplace that many of them fade into the background. But this one, from a group called the The Liberators, is undeniably...

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Bob Dylan Went Electric. And You Should Too, With a Plug-In Hybrid, Says Audi

A new hybrid-electric Audi is just like that time Bob Dylan shocked audiences by playing an electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival, says Audi. This new video from the automaker, a sponsor of the...

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When Will P&G Finally Air This Tide Commercial With a Gay Couple in the U.S.?

After two decades of supporting its gay employees internally, Procter & Gamble publicly came out in support of gay marriage late last year. The packaged goods giant reiterated that position with a...

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Ad of the Day: Dollar Beard Club Is Like Dollar Shave Club, Just a Whole Lot...

These sensationally shaggy spots for Dollar Beard Club ooze boastful bro attitude thicker than a Brooklyn hipster's facial hair. The company, which is 100 percent real, provides members with low-cost...

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Peyton and Eli Manning Punk College Kids With a Very Demanding Gatorade...

Peyton Manning is back to shame more lazy people into earning their Gatorade with sweat, and this time he's brought his brother with him. In a new reality-style ad series from TBWA\Chiat\Day, Peyton,...

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72andSunny's 72U Just Turned a Vacant Lot in Venice Into a Great Community...

What's inspiring about a dusty patch of ground in Venice, Calif., populated with a few scraggly weeds and hemmed in by a chain link fence? Plenty, according to the team at 72andSunny's in-house...

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Ad of the Day: A Star Is Born in This Adorable 'Tiny Dancer' Spot From John...

Advertising has a new pint-size star this morning, as London agency adam&eveDDB has rolled out an excellent new commercial for John Lewis' home insurance unit featuring an amusingly passionate...

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This Art Director Just Designed a Shower Cap You Might Not Be Horrified to Wear

Grandma used to wear a flimsy plastic shower cap, and when she stepped under the shower it sounded like angry rain on a tin roof. And her hair always got wet anyway. That's a throwback image, to be...

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