Facebook video for HP Sprocket Photo Printer features original song by local artists Benjamin Kheng and Narelle Kheng of The Sam Willows.
Ad Nut joins in the festive cheer to take a look at a few Raya campaigns.
SK-II's taboo-quashing sequel to last year's 'Marriage Market Takeover' is all about the proverbial expiry date.
Two campaigns targeting men recently landed in Ad Nut's burrow, calling for a side-by-side assessment that only ends well for one.
A soft drink ad that doesn't promise to save the world.
Zespri, marketer of both yellow and green kiwifruits, is launching a new APAC campaign.
Ongoing work for Seem, a home testing kit for men, aims to break down the barriers surrounding a poorly understood subject.
Prudential Malaysia takes on its role as the official sponsor of SEA Games 2017.
A new branded film by Nestlé Japan tells a bittersweet love story set around a school reunion.
The latest list features a campy 15-minute epic from Samsung Vietnam, an inspiring astronaut story from LG India, and a woman trying to choose between two flavours of heartthrob for Baskin-Robbins Korea.
A mass media campaign puts the travel company in front of a new audience.
The Australian charity has taken its ambitions to help underprivileged children to the world with a new film by M&C Saatchi Sydney and Zeilt Productions.
Because China is one place in the world where kids need "permission" to play.
Continuing our Campaign on Campaigns video series, we visit a Doctors Beck and Stone veterinarian clinic in Hong Kong to discuss the brand's recently launched 'My pet story' series.
Brand begins month-long campaign with actor Farid Kamil and his son, Muhammad.
HNA Group, an investor in Ghana's Africa World Airlines, is running a Times Square campaign to save Ghanaian girls' lives.
Project by Porter Novelli Melbourne addresses eating disorders, also shows potential of VR beyond frivolous commercial promotions.
The brand puts a US$1 million donation and a marketing campaign behind an effort to save the animals.
It's that time of year again.
With Droga5, the email service continues to monkey around with fun creative approaches.