See all the Grande Lotus winning work from AdFest.
This gardening brand's commercial really stinks.
A dumbbell and a skateboard walk up to a bar, in a new campaign by Thinkerbell.
In a LOL-worthy campaign by Union, Bankwest uses delicious parody to stand out in a 'Sea of sameness'.
Uncle Tobys, Samsung, Bajaj, Hyundai, Dermatix, Cadbury and more appear in this month's list of the top ad video in each of 12 APAC markets.
An ambitious campaign for a little-known Russian airline launches in English and Japanese.
With Publicis Singapore, the brand uses its award-winning platform to bring attention to ignorance about those living with HIV—as well as a worthy programme to support them.
If you can get used to the feeling of being watched, this clever campaign by AAMI and Ogilvy Melbourne may hold huge potential for road safety.
A five-minute film by creative agency Kymechow tells the story of Hong Kong actress Mandy Lam's fight with breast cancer.
Brand film from FCB Kuala Lumpur strikes such a positive note that even cynics might be persuaded.
BBH Singapore makes Hokkien-Swedish rhymes to ingratiate the brand in advance of a new store opening.
The hotly anticipated new complex, which hopes to indefinitely extend the time visitors spend at the airport, is seen for the first time in a sweet new campaign by Ogilvy.
Is age the only number that defines a woman? No. Is continuity the key factor that proves a brand's legitimacy in female empowerment? Yes.
Cartoon Network marks International Womens Day by launching a campaign involving its longtime stars the Powerpuff Girls.
A collection of work from India tied to International Women's Day.
Challenging gender norms in the Asian cultural system will not be easy. Calvin Klein’s latest regional campaign is a brave shot.
Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand worked with a group of C-level bosses to drive inclusion in workplaces by highlighting how easy it is to avoid bias, in a campaign for International Women's Day.
Possibly Ad Nut's favourite Women's Day campaign yet, these two new videos by Grey Group feature Malaysian female athletes.
The music streaming service launched in India on Wednesday, with a campaign by Leo Burnett.
Our pal Ad Nut can resist neither wordplay nor the brand's ongoing string of fun commercials.