Beautiful shots, a love story, oh and yes: Nathalie Portman. This latest ad of Dior has it all.
Leave it to Absolut to show the history of our world in a beautifully crafted sixty second ad. But what does the history of our world have to do with Absolut? Like Absolut mentions: “Every moment that has shaped the world started with an idea. And now it’s your turn…”
Many of the ads featured on this website were produced by brands like Apple, Dr. Dre or Nike. They have ‘cool’ products so it makes sense they can produce great advertising about them. But what if your product is not as ‘cool’? Windex’ latest ad ‘The Story of Lucy’ shows that regardless of the product you’re producing, there’s always an emotional and impactful way to talk about it.
Apple’s latest spot called ‘The Archives’ to promote iPhone 7 is a real beauty. It’s like Harry Potter meets iPhone 7 – a beautiful tech-fairytale in the making.
Because six letters will never be enough, Equinox teamed up with the LGBT Community Center and designed the LGBTQAlphabet together in honor of Pride month.
It’s not always about craft or design. The best ideas are often very simple. Take a look at Apple’s latest spots that show the difference between your phone and an iPhone.
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For the first time ever, a refugee team will be competing in the Olympics. These athletes will have no national team, no flag, no anthem to call their own. Until now. Introducing: The Refugee Nation.
Sometimes you need to trick your audience a little to really make them understand the greatness of your product. And that’s exactly what Unilever did with Suave. Or should I say: Evaus?
What we believe are ‘normal’ sounds, are not ‘normal’ to everyone, says this great ad by the David Lynch Foundation.
It’s time to ask yourself: what “special needs” does a person with Down syndrome really have?