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This 'Happiness Blanket' Measures the Well-Being of British Airways Passengers

If people could literally see how much more relaxing British Airways' new in-flight perks really are, then everyone would obviously understand how much better the company is than its competitors, says...

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This ESPN Ad Will Get You Even More Pumped Up for Today's USA-Belgium Match

You may have heard there's a little soccer match being played today. In honor of that game—USA versus Belgium, for those who have somehow avoided World Cup news (to which I ask, how?)—ESPN on Tuesday...

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Ad of the Day: Grumpy Cat Gets Stung by the Honey Nut Cheerios Mascot

Don't let her dour expression fool you. Internet to IRL crossover sensation Grumpy Cat (real name: Tardar Sauce) loves a good marketing opportunity. Since exploding on the scene in 2012, she's...

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Every Brand Is Making the Same Dumb Joke About Today's USA-Belgium Game

Leave it to brands to jump on Twitter and show their patriotism and support of American footballers today. The USA is playing Belgium at 4 p.m. ET in the World Cup, and embarrassingly, the only thing...

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Even the Print Version of Haruki Murakami's New Book Will Have an Interactive...

Even old dogs like hardcover books can learn new tricks. Random House and creative director Suzanne Dean picked five Japanese illustrators to design stickers inspired by characters from Colorless...

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Miller Lite Says It Caused the Flirting That Led to the Sex That Created You

Miller Lite was invented in the late '60s, around the time baby boomers started to date, couple, marry and copulate (though not always in that order). As this new ad points out, this could...

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CMOs Are Preparing for Digital to Grow to 75% of Marketing Budgets

A survey of CMOs shows they understand the industry is going digital, but they are still resisting the "digital" label for their companies. Infographic: Carlos Monteiro

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How the Fashionable Miss Dior Devolved Into a Mass-Market Perfume for...

A green chypre laced with patchouli, Miss Dior was somehow both well-mannered and seductive. The Guerry Colas-designed bottle managed the same feat. A testament to Miss Dior’s enduring appeal, this ad...

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Zachary Quinto, Thespian and Traitor, Joins Newcastle's 'Independence Eve'...

There's no way more American to celebrate the Fourth of July than selling out your country for an English beer, says Newcastle. The Heineken-owned brand, brewed in Britain, and ad agency Droga5...

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Finally, Ads for Discount Furniture That Don't Just Yell, 'Come On Down!'

IDEA: Ads for discount furniture aren't usually very funny—at least, not intentionally so. But Translation's new work for American Signature Inc. breaks away from the category's tired old direct...

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Levi's Is Looking to Keep Things Light With Fun-Focused New Ad Campaign

Levi's is trying on a simple, straightforward message in its first big push since reuniting with longtime agency FCB (and also hiring The House Worldwide) in February. Unveiling a global campaign...

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In an Internet Full of Minimalist Movie Posters, These Are Pretty Darn Cool

The strangely named Calm The Ham design studio ("it’s just another way to say relax, cool your jets, chill the beans, etc.") just came out with a run of minimalist film posters that attempt to capture...

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Carl's Jr. Ad for Sticky Buns Wonders Where You Would 'Pull One Off'

Carl's Jr./Hardee's isn't a shy fast-food chain. But this time they've traded oiled-up models for innuendo. I won't spoil the new spots, but let's just say they aren't too subtle. The approach...

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In Ad for Monty Python, Mick Jagger Wonders Why 'Wrinkly Old Men' Are Reuniting

Today in self-deprecating celebrity humor, Mick Jagger delivers a somewhat stilted but still very amusing rant about opportunistic elderly people in this ad for the current Monty Python reunion. It...

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This Agency Was Tackling Search Before Google Even Existed

SpecsWho Michael Bruh (l.), president, COO; Selina Eizik, U.S. CEO; Anton Konikoff, founder, global CEOWhat Paid search and SEO agencyWhere New York, London and Singapore Talk about old school....

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Ad of the Day: Lexus Puts On a Dazzling Light Show With Aerial LED Stuntmen

Nothing says "Lexus" like a guy made of light leaping across the sky. In "Strobe," an eye-catching minute-long film from CHI & Partners, it seems as if a single shimmering figure is traversing the...

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Ad for Meat Marinades Takes Woman Down Rabbit Hole of Wiener Gobbling and Ham...

Hey there, incredibly hip and hot millennials. Packaged seasoning brand Flava-it wants you to know its marinades are like a raunchy meat party in your mouth. This loony new ad for the U.K. marketer...

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Ad of the Day: Guinness Has Made the Only Ad You Need to See This Fourth of July

Guinness is on a roll globally with its "Made of More" advertising. Now, for the Fourth of July, the brand has released the latest installment of the campaign in the U.S.—the lovely, quietly patriotic...

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Ad Shows That Hyundais Drive Well Even If You're Blindfolded, or Not There at...

To show off its "Smart Caring" driver assistance features, Hyundai set up an empty car convoy, in which a stuntman (who was blindfolded, mind you) led a bunch of driverless cars down an empty highway...

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Ad of the Day: Wendy's Croons a Pitch-Perfect Pretzel-Bun Love Ballad

Wendy's isn't known for meat on a stick, but it is doing a pretty good job of skewering schmaltzy pop ballads. The fast-food chain is promoting the return of its pretzel-bun products with a series of...

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