My kingdom for a console!A bored medieval monarch abdicates his throne—well, he vanishes, at any rate—to find fantastical fulfillment in the larger-than-life world of Sony PlayStation 4 in this rollicking two-minute brand film from BBH New York.
Some things in Los Angeles always remain: palm trees, the Santa Ana winds, convertibles, In-N-Out Burger. But the country’s second-largest media market has also witnessed its share of change, much […]
Forget about the Thought Police … here comes the cable company!Big Cable is portrayed as a dystopian, soul-sucking force (not a big stretch there) in "Escape," the first TV spot for Sony's PlayStation Vue from Venables Bell & Partners.
Carat USA has increased its assignment with The J.M. Smucker Co. following a review, the Dentsu Aegis-owned agency said today.
There's already plenty of nostalgia around the upcoming Star Wars movie, and PlayStation only adds to that vibe with this holiday spot from BBH New York for a game called Star Wars Battlefront, launching Nov. 17 on the PS4.
Robert Frost has been frightening lit majors for years. For the rest of us, however, the American poet's thoughtful 1916 masterpiece "The Road Not Taken," with its quiet lines about paths diverging in a yellow wood, hasn't been the stuff of nightmares.Until now.
Wouldn't you?" is the salient question posed in Johannes Leonardo's first ad campaign for Sony's PlayStation Vue since the streaming TV service was announced in March (the agency was awarded the job last fall).
The great thing about video games is you can do all kinds of cool, crazy, dangerous and impossible things without actually having to do them.
IDEA: There would seem to be a large cultural gap between 19th century art and 21st century entertainment. But BBH didn't see it that way.