Brands Speak Out Against Racist Abuse of UK Soccer Players
Three England team members have faced an onslaught of online hate after the Uefa Euro 2020 final.
Supermarket Co-op Captures the Joy of Small Things as the UK Opens for Summer
After over a year of quarantines and lockdowns, many people are feeling apprehensive about the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
What Brands Are Doing for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics
How sponsors and broadcasters are promoting the world's biggest sporting event.
How BBC’s ‘Obsessive’ Craftsmanship Brought Tokyo to Life For the Olympics
“A lot of our work treats the architecture as a character," said Paul Nicholls of directorial collective Factory Fifteen, which helped create the ad.
Charity Lights up Paris Billboards at Night to Help Women Feel Safer on the Streets
A pre-covid study from France’s National Observatory of Crime and Criminal Justice found 28% of women and gender minorities refuse to go out alone at night.
McDonald’s Minimalist Ads Hide Burgers and Fries in Pixel Art
McDonald's latest ad campaign features pixilated closeups of its iconic offerings.
Think Crypto Is Just for Geniuses? That’s B.S., Says Challenger Brand’s Debut Campaign
Cabital's irreverent ad aims to make cryptocurrency more accessible.
How Skittles’ Pride Campaign Aims to Build a Legacy Beyond the Parade
The agency made a serendipitous discovery: a photo of a 1985 Lesbian Strength March, led by a smiling woman in a dress. Adam & Eve/DDB found the woman, activist Femi [...]
Magnum Ice Cream Commissioned a Painting That Gives Dante the Kiss He Never Had
The artwork by an acclaimed Italian painter pays tribute to the poet Dante and his muse Beatrice.
French Brand Lotus Baby Gets Real About the Messy Side of Parenting
“We know there is a lot of pressure to be a perfect parent in France," says Ankie Cedergren Borg, global brand communication manager at owner Essity