May 19, 2021
With coronavirus currently surging in Mexico, Time Out is helping to promote mask wearing by printing a page of its Mexico City edition that doubles as a face mask.
January 21, 2021
A new keyboard developed for the Brazilian arm of Condé Nast aims to fight bias and prejudice, by "correcting" prejudiced words and replacing them with more appropriate synonyms.
November 09, 2020
Back in February 2017, as Ad Age reported at the time, the venerable German magazine Der Spiegel—the largest newsweekly in Europe—released an illustrated cover showing a knife-wield
Best of 2020 No. 29: New York Magazine teamed up with 48 artists to put a new spin on the 'I Voted' sticker
October 22, 2020
From today through Jan. 1, Ad Age will be counting down the best brand ideas and campaigns of 2020.
April 22, 2019
In 1957, a Swiss designer created what would become the most popular typeface in history. But like Starbucks many decades later, the shortcomings of Helvetica were only made apparent by its ubiquity.
January 31, 2019
It may actually be Groundhog day this weekend, but for the British public trying to work out what's going on with Brexit, every day feels like Groundhog Day at the moment. So, as the U.K.
January 08, 2019
The Economist makes a habit of advertising in unorthodox ways, so a traditional brand spot running on TV, the publication’s first in a decade, raises some questions--and the magazine is hoping new subscribers do, too.
December 11, 2018
The original ugly Christmas sweaters weren’t supposed to be eyesores, just exercises in unrestrained bad taste. Over the years, ironically bad sweaters have become a holiday tradition, adorned with knitted snowflakes or gaudy reindeer.
December 03, 2018
Nujeen Mustafa, a refugee with cerebral palsy who made the arduous trek from Syria to Germany in a wheelchair, stars in a new spot for National Geographic from 72andSunny Los Angeles.
May 31, 2018
The front its June 11 issue with the coverline "THE DRONE AGE," on newsstands Friday, Time magazine collaborated with Intel to send a massive fleet of drones skyward and into precise formation to form the newsweekly's logo and trademark red border
May 31, 2018
To front its June 11 issue with the coverline "THE DRONE AGE," on newsstands Friday, Time magazine collaborated with Intel to send a massive fleet of drones skyward and into precise formation to form the newsweekly's logo and trademark red border.
April 10, 2018
Here's a fact that may make you feel old: "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," the first in J.K. Rowling's acclaimed children's book series, debuted in the U.S. nearly two decades ago.
October 05, 2017
How, in a (theoretically) civilized society, should the media report about mass shootings? Specifically, what kind of images are acceptable to publish, particularily on newspaper front pages and magazine covers that might be seen by children?
February 15, 2017
Through New Year's, we'll be counting down the best work of the year in TV/Film/Branded Content, Print/Outdoor/Design and Interactive/Integrated (IX) as our picks of the day.
October 24, 2016
You may have seen that The New York Times has published a post online headlined "The 281 People, Places and Things Donald Trump Has Insulted on Twitter: A Complete List." Per the art