Work from the US: 'You'll Never Want to Stop Driving' for BMW by KBS.
As Hindus celebrate Diwali on Wednesday and Thursday, our ad-obsessed pal Ad Nut takes a look at ads from Petronas, Lenovo, Flipkart, Malaysia Airlines, Foodpanda and more.
“Create a stimulating video that conveys hunting instinct through a tone of ennui using a school motif and objectification.”
Supercell and Lotte Chilsung land multiple videos in this month's countdown, which also includes Panasonic, 7-Eleven, Kiehl's, Dtac and SCB Thailand.
A series of recipes and videos teaches consumers how to best play with their food.
A new campaign for Alcon by DigitasLBi connects clear vision to a story of female empowerment.
OPINION: Is an association with boxing in Nike's best interest?
In support of World Mental Health Day, we bring you 10 of our favourite campaigns that have helped raise awareness of issues from depression to anxiety—and one lesson in what not to do.
The carrier rolls out a campaign fronted by a talking kiwi and a Kiwi famous for acting.
From the US: Amber Rose fronts an effort to stamp out unfair taxation.
Global push includes Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
On the eve of Spikes Asia 2017, Google shares the 10 most popular ads released since last year's festival.
KBank tops the latest monthly list, which also includes The Rock, a trio of phone makers (Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi) and three video-game ads ('Clash of Clans', 'Clash Royale' and 'Garena Blade & Soul').
New Zealand's Ecostore hits the right green note, while Nespresso plays dumb about a tempest in a coffee capsule.
Tourism Tasmania film by Jim Jam and Goodoil Films is visually stunning, but not particularly appetising.
Circles.Life worked with VML to launch a 'daring' campaign that challenged consumers to question their existing mobile-data plans and their relationships with the established telcos.
Nine six-second ads from APAC make the inaugural global top 20.
The Hong Kong telco launches a rebranding campaign through DDB Hong Kong.
A tale of two campaigns by Ogilvy & Mather, from different fast-food clients and different continents, but both featuring photo-personalised papers.
From the US: 'The Drive' for Hot Wheels by BBDO San Francisco.