• Colgate Kills the Candy Buzz

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    Wonder how many tubes got left behind.

  • Joaquin Phoenix's Forehead

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    Busting up over this.

  • Ever Wonder How Mr. Sketch Markers Smell So Good?

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    Well, that makes good sense.

  • The End of the World on Social Media

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    Australian end-of-the-world movie These Final Hours is teasing audiences with a campaign that shows users what their friends might say to them on social media if the apocalypse were imminent. You have to let it access your Facebook account, but go check it out. It's very cool.

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  • Detestable Trends: Beard Flowers

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    A donut? Yes. A sausage? Yes. Pet squirrel? Yes. But flowers in beards? No. No. Jesus, No!

  • What You're Doing is Meaningful, Adman, Don't Ever Forget It

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    This is the most positive thing we've seen regarding the advertising business in the last decade. Every client asking for free work should see it. Sit back and feel appreciated for the unique gift you possess — and never give it away for free. This inspiring ad-game manifesto was created by DDB Group Asia Pacific.

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  • VH1 Dances Naked in the L.A. Streets

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    Created by agency Mistress in collaboration with VH1, this video — featuring actual footage of naked couples taking downtown Los Angeles by storm in celebration of National Nude Day (July 14) — is inspired by the network's new series, “Dating Naked.” Dating Naked explores the question: would finding love be easier if you truly had nothing to hide? To answer this question, 60 participants will search for romance free of pre-conceived notions, stereotypes — and clothes.

    The piece was directed by up-and-coming sensation Ellis Bahl, whose music videos have won UK MVA and SXSW honors, and it is choreographed by Mimi Karsh, a.k.a. “triple threat,” a Latin dancer, singer and actress. We may have to tune in for this one.

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