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Topic: Ad of The Day

Ad of the Day: Falkor From The NeverEnding Story Soars as Spotify's New Spokesdragon

W+K spots show how app's users elevate tracks together

Spotify's new brand campaign from Wieden + Kennedy sings a number of different tunes—employing everything from '80s nostalgia to present-day political anxiety—as it mines the app's data to tell stories…

Ad of the Day: Alison Brie and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Practice Kissing (Badly) for Apple TV

Not even Siri can point them in the right direction

On the heels of Cookie Monster's baked appearance in an iPhone ad, Apple has found its two new celebrity ad stars—Alison Brie, of Community and Mad Men fame, and Game…

Ad of the Day: Carlsberg Created a Chocolate Bar. It's a Bar. Made Entirely of Chocolate

Grab a pint, eat the glass

In a departure from its usual fermented fare, Carlsberg has offered a new experience: A chocolate bar—that is, a drinking establishment made entirely out of chocolate. The brewer built the edible…

Ad of the Day: L'Oréal Explains the Science of Creating Makeup Shades for All Skin Tones

How diversity is changing the world of cosmetics

We've come a long way from "Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's Maybelline." The spunky, fancy-free spots featuring naturally gorgeous women punting "flawless skin" and "poreless perfection" have been standard…

Ad of the Day: Expedia Builds a Gorgeous VR Room to Help Sick Kids Travel the World

A partnership with St. Jude Children's Hospital

Imagine a young girl stuck in a hospital for months—or years—finally getting to live out her fantasy of roaming with wild horses on an Argentine plain. One girl did, in…

Ad of the Day: Twitter Uses Exactly 140 Characters to Say Thanks on Its 10th Birthday

Brand celebrates across the globe like it's New Year's Eve

Twitter launched 10 years ago today with this 24-character Jack Dorsey tweet, but quickly became known for its 140-character message limit. And while it has flirted with the idea of expanding…

Ad of the Day: Cookie Monster Bakes, and Frets, and Pleads With Siri, in Funny iPhone Ad

Patience is not his virtue

Apple didn't use celebrities in its early iPhone advertising, preferring product demos that showed what the device could actually do. That's all changed in recent years, of course—as Apple learned…

Ad of the Day: Kung Fury's David Sandberg Shows Off Great, Zany Effects in Phone Ad

Don't get a big head over the ZenPhone's fancy features

The Asus ZenPhone Zoom smartphone has a camera so strong, it'll turn a little toy dinosaur into a full-sized T-Rex that you can ride like a horse.  So says a new…

Ad of the Day: Guys With Comically Dry Skin Debut Dollar Shave Club's Skin-Care Line

'People notice,' the amusingly awkward ads warn guys

Guys suck when it comes to skin care. Either they do nothing for their skin at all—leaving it dry, chapped and cracked—or they try to use moisturising products on the…

Ad of the Day: PlayStation Vue Helps You Escape From the Evil Clutches of Big Cable

A way out of your dystopian nightmare

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…

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