Converse Blows Up Chuck II to Show Off the New Sneaker's Snazzy Insides But a culture-focused spot doesn't have the same impact

Converse's Chuck Taylor II All-Stars debut with a bang, literally, in the Nike brand's "Ready for More" campaign touting its highly anticipated line extension.

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July 31, 2015, 11:30 AM EDT

HelloFlo's Creative Team Is Back With an Ad About a 'Fitbit for Your Vag' More ladyparts humor for PeriCoach

From HelloFlo founder Naama Bloom and writer Sara Saedi (who penned HelloFlo spots "Postpartum: The Musical" and "The Period Fairy") comes another quirky, humorous look into the anonymous world of ladyparts problems.

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July 31, 2015, 11:06 AM EDT

Old Spice Creates a Loony Sci-Fi 'Choose Your Own Adventure' Game on Instagram Hacking the photo network's tags, with a wink

Wieden + Kennedy has hacked the tagging function on Instagram to create an amusingly absurd "Choose your own adventure" social game for Old Spice, filled with robots, retro monsters and meta jokes.

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July 31, 2015, 8:25 AM EDT

Calvin Klein Embraces Sexting and Tinder in Racy Campaign About Digital Dating 'Conversation through provocation'

While every other brand has begun talking emoji, Calvin Klein is embracing a racier kind of virtual-speak—sexting—in its latest #mycalvins ad campaign.

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July 30, 2015, 1:28 PM EDT

Why These 3 Agency Guys Are Walking 125 Miles to a Company's Office for a Pitch Not just for the exercise

It's good to walk a mile in your client's shoes. But is it even better to walk 125 miles?

Le Balene will soon find out. The Italian agency is wooing an unnamed mobile accessories client with a unique stunt: Pitch them by walking from the agency's home in Milan to the client's office in Reggio Emilia—a distance of some 200 kilometers, or about 125 miles.

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July 30, 2015, 12:02 PM EDT

Actor Enacts a Whale Killing, With Himself as the Whale, in Shocking PSA Sea Shepherd's 'Ultimate Death Scene'

The killing of majestic animals is big news this week. And now, the marine conservation group Sea Shepherd has unveiled a brutal PSA protesting the slaughter of whales by demonstrating how they die at the hands of humans—as acted out by a human.

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July 30, 2015, 7:04 AM EDT

Google Paints Stunning Portraits of Disability Rights Heroes on Washington, D.C., Steps 25th anniversary of ADA

In 1990, a group of disabled people pulled themselves up the steps at the U.S. Capitol building to advocate for the Americans With Disabilites Act, protesting delays in an event that became known as the Capitol Crawl.

Now, a new outdoor ad campaign from Google and 72andSunny marks the 25th anniversary of the landmark legislation by featuring painted portraits of key figures in the disability rights movement on the steps of major cultural buildings in Washington, D.C.

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July 29, 2015, 2:25 PM EDT

This Ludicrously Awesome KFC Bucket Takes Your Selfies and Prints Them Out The world's most finger-lickin' printer

Have you ever thought to yourself, "You know what would be really cool? What if when I'm hanging with my hipster friends later, eating fried chicken in the park, we could immediately print out photos of our fun times together!"?

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July 29, 2015, 1:43 PM EDT

These Might Be the First Condom Ads That Try to Make You Less Excited When the product is just too good

Most condom ads are all about sensual pleasure, but what if the product is just too good at delivering that? That's the theme of three 15-second spots for Okamoto condoms from Cleveland agency Marcus Thomas. The ads suggest a remedy for the problem, and it brings some levity to an often overwrought category. Via AgencySpy.

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July 29, 2015, 12:28 PM EDT

This Remarkable Short Film Set at Costco Explores the Empty Obsession With Shopping Home away from home

We've all seen shoppers like the lead character in Andrew DeYoung's new short film, Shopping. Some of us have even been sucked into conversation with them. Sometimes they're really annoying, sometimes not, but they generally radiate a modern sort of loneliness that draws our pity, if not always our sympathy.

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July 29, 2015, 10:42 AM EDT


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