The chicken restaurant that never seems to run out of big ideas for stunts grabs onto the small-food trend in its latest headline-grabbing initiative.
A VFX-heavy spot by BBH Shanghai, Eight, and Fin Design + Effects.
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A clever plot device and some fun performances make this trio of ads by BBH Singapore enjoyable.
Our listicle-based look back at the year in APAC marketing and communications continues, with our 10 favourite APAC ads.
Tens of thousands of pens bring the city to life through projection mapping.
A brush-in-cheek campaign for a halal toothpaste brand claims the product promotes calm.
Proceeds from sales of the fabric lucky-money envelopes go to a Hong Kong charity. But will they make you love the brand more?
Whether you've been naughty or nice is irrelevant. The annual onslaught of holiday cheer is coming for you.
The Japanese carrier's new global branding work is reassuring but flat.
In Taiwan, a wall of hands accepts charitable donations.
Real cops go head over heels more times than seems strictly necessary in a funny film that focuses on the community side of policing rather than crime.
A humble sheet of A4 can be a lot more exciting than people give it credit for.
A series of ads for Telenor Pakistan by Ogilvy seeks to highlight instances of culture shattering behaviour while advocating for individuality.
To launch the new cricket season in Australia, KFC is encouraging an 'army' to don camo-coloured KFC buckets on their heads. Guess you sort of have to be there.
Click now, or the Sergio Rossi heels get the chainsaw.
Lexus, Nintendo and 7-Eleven appear on the list, along with two clips from Snickers Korea.
The agency's World Sandwich Day concept went to 60 countries and led to the donation of more than 13 million meals.
The brand once known for baudy, objectifying ads is now trying to help men escape a harmful concept of masculinity.
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