An imagined post-pitch press conference, based on real-life examples, is perhaps too painful to laugh at.
If our pal Ad Nut is receiving Christmas ads, it must be early November.
Android geishas engaging in chainsaw bonsai pruning? That's just one of many twisted Japan tropes deployed in a new ad for the beer by The Monkeys.
Because Christmas is not just for humans.
The Dubai-based airline celebrates 33 years in the skies with a new campaign showing off what it calls "a bold new brand promise".
Hotels.com's senior brand marketing manager explains why the company is unifying its creative in a series of markets around a canine embodiment.
Fight Gunfire with Fire, founded by The One Club and MullenLowe, helped the father of a mass-shooting victim put a bulletproof vest on the famous statue.
Work for Petbarn by IdeaWorks (part of VMLY&R) imagines a dog disobedience show.
Two new campaigns feature wordplay on the F-word. Doesn't this easy ploy for attention ever get old?
Work by Lucky Generals highlights settings where sexual harassment takes place and challenges viewers to 'draw the line'.
Real members of the force answer recruitment FAQs in video that's funnier than many supposedly funny TV shows starring professional comedic actors.
Already having found success with a long-running Hercule Poirot-style murder mystery featuring a star-studded canine and human cast, the brand is now borrowing from a popular campaign for an eyeglasses brand.
Film for kitchen-appliance brand Tecnogas delves deep into a troubled couple's relationship. But is it good marketing?
After a supposed mistake by an intern cost it a billion frequent-flier points, Virgin Australia is now making loyalty members perform if they want bonus rewards.
And this trying-too-hard Volvo video is as bad as, well, a Dolph Lundgren movie.
Lifebuoy and Safeguard take different approaches to promoting hand cleansing in India and the Philippines, respectively.
The operator of a Japanese property website hosted a culinary event where the ingredient list included cedar, cyprus and pine.
A Malaysian entry in Tiger Beer's long-running 'Uncage' campaign lacks teeth.
See the top ad video of the month in 12 APAC markets.
‘MEMO_o_ke’ from Dentsu One Bangkok aims to help Alzheimer patients fight memory loss.