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Three Olives Vodka, "Cowboys"

Something that's missing from a lot of TV commercials these days is a strong concept, an idea that persists beyond a single spot and even transcends the ads themselves. Often…

Microsoft's Bing, "Smartphone"

JWT is back with the latest installment in its "Search Overload" campaign for Microsoft's Bing search engine. You've seen the ads—with people driven to rambling nonsensical search-term monologues by rival…

Major League Baseball, "Brian Wilson's Epic Beard"

In honor of Major League Baseball's opening day, here's some quirky new work from Hill Holliday under the theme, "MLB Always Epic." This first spot—one of four currently in rotation…

Hispanic Agencies Eye Future

NEW YORK If anyone who attended the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies 23rd semi-annual meeting last week thought that marketing aimed at Latinos has flat-lined, it's the premise that's dead,…

Debenhams, "Mother's Day"

Mum's the word in this enjoyably simple spot from JWT London for the British department-store chain Debenhams. In it, we see people from all walks of life, young and old,…

Farmers Insurance, "Dryer Fire"

RPA is returning with five new TV spots (and a whole slew of print ads) in its "University of Farmers" campaign for Farmers Insurance. The TV work revolves around the…

Sony Ericsson, "Kristen Is Killing It"

Kristen Schaal is crazy. The comedian, best known for her work on The Daily Show and Flight of the Conchords, shines in five hilarious new Web skits from McCann Worldgroup…

ESPN, "Opening Day"

Once again, baseball season is almost upon us. And with it comes this stirring (though at the same time, somehow also mock-stirring) spot from Wieden + Kennedy promoting ESPN's Opening…

Sprint, "Dictionary"

Sprint wants you to know that it—unlike its competitors—grasps the full meaning of the word "unlimited." So Goodby, Silverstein & Partners cut this "Dictionary" spot for its "Simply Everything" plan.…

Guinness, "Man Hug"

Gearing up for St. Patty's, Guinness’s latest campaign aims to school the less socially adept among its male clientele on the basic interactions they might be required to perform while…

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