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Cosmo Designed a Car for Women, and That's Going Over About as Well as You'd Expect

Introducing the Seat Mii

Women everywhere, rejoice! There is now a car just for us! Women's magazine and marketing menace Cosmopolitan announced at London Fashion Week that it's teamed up with car maker Seat to…

This Newspaper Turned Its Front and Back Pages Into an Anti-Violence Protest Sign

McCann Lima helps the media join a movement

Have you ever heard what people say about Latinos? They're intense, passionate and "macho"—a quality that's often seen as protective. Obviously, these are stereotypes. Another side of the "Latin man" is that he can…

Some Very Ugly Fish Star in This Bizarre Ad About Investigative Journalism

But is the advertiser in over its head?

The news is like the ocean. On the surface, everything might seem pretty, but the further down you go, the worse things look.  That, at least, is the metaphor behind a…

This Newspaper Used an Algorithm to Play a Nasty Trick on Readers in Comments Section

Inverting opinions gives them a taste of censorship

A publication in Pakistan is taking an aggressive approach to stressing the importance of press freedoms—by helping readers better understand the unpleasantness of having their own words inverted. The Daily Times…

Men Read Mean Tweets About Female Sportswriters, and Are Shocked at How Dark It Gets

Harassment that's #MoreThanMean

If you think you've been exposed to the most vile behavior the internet has to offer, you need to spend more time browsing replies to female sports journalists. From creepy…

Design Shops Imagine What a 'Starbucks of Marijuana' Might Look Like

Surface magazine asks for branding ideas

Marijuana branding is in its infancy. But one day soon, it may well be a major legal product category—with enormous design, branding and packaging needs. Today, for 4/20, Surface magazine…

BBDO Art Director Tells Us All About Snickers' Absurdly Photoshopped Swimsuit Model

'Print advertising still isn't dead'

BBDO New York has a big hit with its Snickers print ad—placed on the back cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue—that shows a swimsuit model comically and disastrously Photoshopped by…

Snickers Just Put the Most Epic Photoshop Fail on the Back of SI's Swimsuit Issue

Seems the retoucher was hungry

The front cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue is trying to be a bit more progressive this year, with one of the three covers produced featuring plus-size model Ashley Graham.…

Stoli Is Running Topless Print Ads in Playboy's First Nudity-Free Issue

The Martin Agency's topical buy

The first non-nudity issue of Playboy is here, and it actually does include some topless models—the vodka bottles in Stolichnaya's topical print ads by The Martin Agency. See the work below.…

Proud Mom Posts a 'Celebrations' Ad in the Newspaper for Her Son's Coming-Out

Protesting the defeat of HERO legislation in Texas

Houston voters recently shot down an ambitious piece of equal rights legislation, HERO, which would have prohibited discrimination of gender identity, sexual orientation and 13 other characteristics. In response, one mother…

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