Six activists talk up jeans brand’s sustainability credentials.
A BBDO campaign for Sweety mines Indonesian folklore to create three grouchy little monsters akin to babies suffering from diaper rash. Also, don't miss the funny radio ads.
Australian insurer Suncorp, along with Leo Burnett and several other partners, built 'One house to save many' in an effort to prototype building technologies as resilient as the people of Australia.
The Nestle brand pairs up with Ogilvy Sydney in a bid to inspire the country to ‘wake the fake up’.
INSPIRATION STATION: A Converse initiative sees young artists in cities around the world creating works of art that feed the soul while also cleaning the air.
The immersive activation aimed to target a younger Chinese audience for the brand’s XC40 model.
An organic-food retailer in France gives us an amusing satiric take on those who criticise others more than they take action themselves.
A slick campaign from Publicis Communications makes burgers in bed look like fun, but is the timing right for a 'Night in' message?
This is the debut work for the car brand by Droga5 London.
Two delivery giants in the region kick off the holy month with unconventional films.
Members of the rugby team appear in a new FCB campaign for Jockey-brand undies that 'text' their owners on a monthly basis to remind them to check for signs of testicular cancer.
A smart and attractive CEO (chief eating officer) stars in a campaign for UK snack brand Graze.
Insurance firm struck a partnership with the South Korean supergroup earlier this year to collaborate on wellness-oriented campaigns and activations.
INSPIRATION STATION: Korea's acclaimed 'Life Photo Studio' now allows Hong Kongers to strike a pose in 30 different photo booths to fit any mood.
New work by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne and Victoria Bitter will have people wishing for sunny days ahead.
A tattoo artist, a rap duo, and skate crew are among the "social savvy creators" that feature.
In a new campaign by Ogilvy, Pizza Hut collaborates with Hong Kong restaurant Yung Kee to release a ridiculously named limited-edition pie.
EXCLUSIVE: The P&G brand and creative partner Forsman & Bodenfors talk to Campaign about why it borrowed elements from anime to destigmatise male dandruff in Japan.
The emotional spot reminds people of life before quarantine and encourages everyone to get vaccinated.
Machado leaves behind a risk-taking legacy.