Sometimes, a big video game launch requires something suitably big to promote it. To mark the launch of its long-awaited new title, Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment has partnered with Droga5 to create three life-sized action figures (mint condition in box, with all accessories) from the game and placed them around the planet.
Lin-Manuel Miranda worked for six years to get his Grammy- and Pulitzer-winning musical Hamilton from his head onto a stage. He worked on the songs everywhere—on his honeymoon, on the subway—and, as the lyrics came to him, he committed them to a Moleskine notebook.
In the weeks following the terror attacks in Paris, the advertising community has continued to mourn the loss of friends, family and colleagues.
After the terror attacks in Paris on Friday, members of the city's advertising community are mourning all those who lost their lives, including several employees from Publicis and Havas.
When tragic events like Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris unfold, marketers face a challenge: Should they show their support for victims on social media, and if so, how do they do so in an authentic way?
Facebook sparked consternation over the weekend when it activated features to support Paris but not Beirut, Lebanon, following two devastating terrorist attacks on those cities.
When Connie Anne Phillips returned to Condé Nast to serve as Glamour’s publisher and chief revenue officer, it was a homecoming of sorts. After a 14-year career at Vogue, Phillips […]
Yesterday, Google France launched the second edition of "Les Heures Magiques" ("The Magic Hours"), created with 72andSunny Amsterdam. For 31 nights, the interactive, mobile-first campaign will invite Parisians—and tourists—to rediscover the City of Light with a variety of after-sunset activities.
In addition to Town & Country's usual luxe lifestyle coverage, readers will find a bonus in the new March issue: A 16-page pull-out guide to Paris, sponsored by quintessentially Parisian fashion house Dior.