The most popular features of the year in advertising, according to our readers.
“Costume Party” is auction site’s Allegro latest campaign and it follows their Christmas ad “English for beginners” that went viral in 2016.
The Journey is a powerful short film dealing with the sensitive issue of immigration, created by Brunner advertising agency for 84 Lumber.
Granatapfel (german for pomegranate) is a PSA spec created for Unicef by students at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, in Germany.
Ørsted’s partnership with agency Wieden+Kennedy to create an interactive film about climate change and challenge your perception of “home”.
Train is an inspiring one minute film exploring the concept “travel the world better”, created by 180LA for Expedia’s latest marketing campaign.
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, the renowned postsecondary arts training institution in Alberta, Canada, has launched its first consumer focused creative campaign since unveiling a new brand identity and strategic plan in 2016.
Story No. 3 is a peculiar short film, out of a set of two that were directed by Vania Heymann and created for TOYOTA and it’s tagline “Let’s Go Places” by Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles.
To celebrate Dulux Weathershield’s most weather-durable paint ever, advertising agency Boys & Girls went in search of Ireland’s most weather-durable people.
MAKE LOVE NOT WALLS is Diesel’s latest campaign created by Anomaly Amsterdam and directed by the iconic David LaChapelle.
#WeBelieveInThePowerOfLove is the latest campaign of Nike’s collaboration with Riccardo Tisci.
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