About 3,300 shelter dogs are euthanized every day in the U.S., and shelter dog adoption ads often depict them as sad, helpless creatures (think Sarah McLachlan's tearjerkers for the ASPCA, which show miserable dogs staring forlornly through the bars of cages).
This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting a luxe backpack inspired by Pac-Man, a smart companion for potted plants and Canon's new selfie-ready photo printer. Take a look!
Here's a fun way to step up your Instagram game. Starting today, Canon and 360i are setting up pop-up digital billboards around New York's most photographed locations to help people snap their best photos.
Canon Australia has released an ad that highlights how one critical piece of information can dramatically alter how photographers perceive—and shoot—you.
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Ask what’s in the American history collection at the Smithsonian Institution, and most people will mention really old stuff like The Star-Spangled Banner or a few chunks of Plymouth Rock […]
The explosion of mobile photography and user-generated content has turned practically everyone into a professional creative these days, or at least that's what Canon hopes to convey in its newest project.
Last August, during final presentations for Anheuser-Busch InBev's $575 million domestic planning and buying assignment, Sasha Savic took his vow to raise the creative bar at MediaCom to a whole new level. Fittingly, he did so in a pub.
Sometimes, the most attention-grabbing thing you can put in an ad is silence. That's definitely the case with this lovely ad from Canon Europe and agency JWT London. The 90-second spot features footage carefully gathered from a London/Essex suburb near Epping Forest, where deer emerge each night to roam the streets, yards and parks while residents sleep.