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Honda champions people who dare to be different in a new ad for the Civic.
Aero's first TV campaign in six years is an ode to chocolate.
Women's Aid estimates that 160,000 children in England are living in households where domestic abuse takes place.
Adam & Eve/DDB
Primary schoolchildren put on an epic and surprising performance of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody in the first joint ad from John Lewis and Waitrose.
Greenpeace animates an emotional story of an orangutan called Rang-tan in a global campaign calling on brands to renew their commitment to stop using dirty palm oil.
Brewdog is comparing the score received by its flagship brew Punk IPA on beer aficionado site RateBeer with those of various big-selling lagers in this cheeky campaign.
Hey Girls highlights the shocking reality of period poverty in the UK in a press campaign by Adam & Eve/DDB.
Which? is celebrating some of the landmark campaign victories in a campaign that comes shortly after its 60th anniversary.
EasyJet took a cheeky pop at Germany with a press ad that ran the day after the World Cup champions' ignominious exit from this year's tournament at the group stage.
Stonewall has launched a cinema ad, as part of its campaign for Pride, asking people to be a visible ally for LGBT people - whether they are LGBT or not.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 6 is available for the first time in a matte black finish, a colour palette that effectively fades into the background.
Droga5 London created the launch campaign and visual identity for Coal Drops Yard, the new shopping and restaurant district in London's King's Cross, designed by Heatherwick Studio.
End Youth Homelessness
End Youth Homelessness’ annual Sleep Out event challenges people around the country to face a cold winter night and gain ...
On World Suicide Prevention Day, the charity Refuge called attention to the fact that three women a week are thought to take their own lives to escape domestic abuse.
It can be rare to find an escape from the chaos of our modern lives.
Tui is looking to dial up the "emotional storytelling" in its advertising with its second major campaign since rebranding from Thomson last year.
Ahead of Sunday's World Cup final, KitKat makes light of the monotonous and rambling post-match interviews often given by weary footballers.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO made 90 different radio ads to promote BT Sport's coverage of the FA Cup.
IHOP introduces its $3.99 all-you-can-eat pancake deal, which launches today, with a 30-second TV and radio spot from Droga5. The ...
The Department for Work and Pensions personifies a pension as an extension of an individual in a simple campaign encouraging people to save towards their retirement.
We Are Social
Audi and We Are Social collaborated with Twitter and five artists to create the official 20th anniversary portrait of the Audi TT.
Yorkshire Tea's first augmented reality experience educates families with young children about environmental sustainability and the vital role of trees.
To address public antipathy towards door drops, BT carried out a different kind of door drop, by recruiting Cardiff City player Junior Hoilett to "deliver" personalised BT footballs to people in the Welsh capital.
Baileys is pitching itself as a solution to baking mishaps in the Diageo brand's first campaign since it handed its global digital account to VML, which merged last month with Y&R.
Instax's new campaign highlights the importance of memorable moments and embracing the unedited life.
The second TV ad in Habito's "Hell or Habito" campaign again juxtaposes mortgage "hell," which is associated with traditional application processes, with the heavenly experience of the online mortgage broker's customers.
The first TV campaign for petfood brand Freshpet features some extremely downbeat pooches, depressed by the uninspiring standard of other dog food on the market.
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Burger King's first TV spot from BBH features "Jim from Wanstead", the winner of a nationwide hunt to find the first person to sample the new Crispy Chicken Burger.
TV Licensing's first campaign in five years spoofs three distinctive dramatic genres to deliver the message that renewing a TV licence "needn't be a drama".
Clairol is calling on women and men to view their first grey hairs as an empowering opportunity to celebrate age in this new campaign.