It's not clear whether the dolls, from Mother London, would violate Russia's ban on gay "propaganda."
A hilarious series of films by Forsman & Bodenfors for UNICEF Sweden show how easy it is to do good these days.
Contribute to the pile of coal agency Bob's Your Uncle is sending Ford -- and it'll donate $1 to charity.
Old Spice's Isaiah Mustafa is back, but this time with a project aimed at the U.K. -- which means he's now on the hunt for gentlemanliness.
Pop Secret Labs has come up with innovative ways to market popcorn before, but this add-on for a mobile game might be the best.
On the heels of Adidas, Nike presents its own brightly colored orb, the Ordem Football, in this charming film.
Adidas unveils the official ball of the 2014 World Cup, with an energetic film and a campaign that promises free balls to newborn babies.
Jim Carter, Carson from 'Downtown Abbey,' delivers grim Christmas tidings from a melting Arctic.
Handing out your mortal rival's product for free may sound like marketing suicide -- but Burger King did just that in Norway.
Peanut butter has a day. So do donuts. So why shouldn't 2013's most-hyped technology also get one?
Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, a campaign promoting the upcoming "X-Men" movie reveals a new conspiracy theory.
As millions plan to spend Black Friday searching for deals, Patagonia invites you to celebrate clothing that you already own.
Iconoclast director Matthew Frost has a flair for meshing style and humor, as seen in this short film featuring magazine's December cover girl.
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Consumer-goods giant Unilever has launched Project Sunlight, an initiative to motivate people to adopt more sustainable lifestyles.
Gum brand Beldent wanted to show that contrary to what your parents always told you, chewing gum actually makes you look good.
Coca-Cola and Droga5 let you create your own ugly Christmas attire.
Indie studio Upwell designed a smart product but needed to see how marketable it was. So it snuck the product into an Ikea.
Young men raise a glass to a friend who's made one of life's great transitions.
Kmart and DraftFCB are pushing the retailer's layaway program hard with two new films.