Conservation campaign began yesterday in Hong Kong.
Impressive animation makes a credit-card spot way more fun than you'd expect.
In Hong Kong, McDonald's increased sales of its rectangular pies by 963 percent on a day celebrating all things round.
A campaign for Milo van collectibles by The Secret Little Agency features no Milo van.
JWT Taipei taps its research on female attitudes to turn gender stereotypes into empowering messages in a unique campaign for contact lenses.
The AAMI girls spring to the rescue in the company's latest zany videos.
Health Promotion Foundation and BBDO Bangkok warn motorcycle drivers about tunnel vision.
An entertaining short film takes inspiration from breakdown reels of past commercials.
Ludde, the brand's sheepskin rug, becomes the walking, breakfast-in-bed-making star of a pair of ads out of Australia.
Asian Paints and U-Can lead a widely varied list, both in terms of brands and approaches.
An International Women's Day campaign in Hong Kong attacked use of the Cantonese phrase 'career line' to refer to a woman's cleavage.
American organisation AARP wisely includes a woodland creature in a spot criticising the Republican healthcare bill.
Anthemic ‘Free Me’ song creates one context; unimaginative ad concept creates another.
South Korean 'Descendants of the Sun' heartthrob lends star power to online marketplace platform owned by South Korean giant SK Planet.
Yes, this is exactly how real human beings talk and interact.
Provocative video post leads off human-trafficking campaign for Hagar Singapore by Blak Labs.
With Ogilvy Melbourne, AAMI introduces an app for young drivers to track their practice progress.
Probably not. But they're a lot more funny, as this UK ad proves.
Clothing brand and Droga5 London offer up three wildly different global ads that are nonetheless of a piece.
It seems like an odd line extension, but based on this global ad, it's super sexy and undeniably glamourous.