December 05, 2017
You may automatically think of the love scene from "Dirty Dancing" when you hear the song "Hungry Eyes" (we definitely do). But this ad may change all that.
March 30, 2017
Cancer Research U.K. has created a digital poster that serves as a stark warning of how smoking affects people's breath -- it allows you to read more according to how much puff you have.
February 27, 2017
To accompny the U.K.'s "Fairtrade Fortnight," running from Feb. 27- March 12), the Fairtrade Foundation created a hard-hitting filmed stunt that aims to remind people to question where their food comes from.
January 27, 2017
A new campaign for the famous London children's hospital, Great Ormond Street, mimics theme park advertising by demonstrating how the mundane, ordinary world is like a trip to Disney for sick kids.
November 14, 2016
Sainsbury's Christmas spot this year features entertainer of the moment James Corden -- or, at least, his voice, set to a delightful animated tale of a stressed-out dad who finds a way to spend more time with his family during the holidays.
September 06, 2016
Maltesers, the Mars-owned chocolate brand, has launched a set of humorous ads in which disabled people take the lead roles telling funny stories abuot their lives. The ads will run during the opening ceremony of the Paralympics on U.K.
July 04, 2016
"Deadpool" actor Ryan Reynolds seriously loses his cool in the latest spot in U.K. telecom giant BT's campaign featuring Hollywood celebrities (and humorously exposing the nuts and bolts of big budget ad campaigns).
May 27, 2016
Women bleed, but it doesn't stop them competing, in this U.K. commercial from Bodyform, part of a campaign by the feminine hygiene brand that aims to break down taboos around the menstrual cycle and exercise.
January 29, 2016
A new exhibition opening this week at the V&A Museum of Childhood in London unveils recreations of kids' imaginary friends, made with the help of animation companies likes Aardman and Psyop.
December 03, 2015
We're all used to shock tactics in anti drink-driving ads. But this spot, from the U.K.'s THINK! road safety campaign, uses humor as well to make its point. And in doing so, it might just get your attention.