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Topic: Animals

Ad of the Day: Kia Hamsters Give Deliverance a New Spin, and a Happier Musical Ending

Rodents and humans make beautiful music together

That prize banjo scene from the film Deliverance gets a CG-infused makeover in Kia's latest ad, featuring its trademark hamsters, who have basically become the Barbie doll of brand mascots—they…

PETA Opened a High-End Leather Store, but Inside the Goods Was Something Horrible

Impressive stunt isn't just empty shock tactics, for a change

Today in Horrible Things that Defy Imagining, Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok teamed up with PETA to give leather shoppers the fright of their lives.  In "Behind the Leather," we're introduced to…

Glad's Billboard Made of Oranges Is Honored Among the Year's Freshest Advertising

Ziploc also wins gold as Epica judges fall for packaging wrap

BERLIN, Germany—Not many U.S. ad campaigns were big winners Monday at the Epica Awards judging, and two that did score golds came from a surprising category. Packaging wrap competitors Ziploc (owned…

Should Bud Bring Its Puppy Back to Another Super Bowl, or Is It Time for Something New?

Experts say it's hard to stop when you have a winner

Should Budweiser's lovable Labrador pup—whose appearances topped the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter the past two years—return to the big game for CBS' Feb. 7 telecast? That's the question Bud…

Ad of the Day: Leo Burnett Brings a Colorful Fantasy to Life for Honda

CR-V spot mirrors a child's imagination

This ad by Leo Burnett Melbourne for the Honda CR-V Series II is certainly a horse of a different color. That color is pink, the hue of a young girl's favorite…

Ad of the Day: Ikea Fills a Jungle Kitchen With Monkeys Just to See What Will Happen

Mother's menagerie

This Ikea ad is as much fun as a kitchen full of monkeys. In fact, it is a kitchen full of monkeys. Plus some tropical birds, snakes, a deer and an…

A Little Fish-Shaped Lump of Iron Just Won the Product Design Grand Prix at Cannes

Ingenious Geometry Global work tops three R/GA winners

CANNES, France—The most low-tech product imaginable, a simple lump of iron, won the Grand Prix in the Product Design Lions contest here tonight. But while it looks unassuming, this fish…

Ad of the Day: Pedigree Tackles Race in America in This Provocative Spot

Can dogs, and dog food, make a difference?

Pedigree would like you to consider how its dog food can help ease racial tensions. In a provocative new ad from BBDO New York, a standoffish white old-timer deadbolts his fortress…

Ad of the Day: Fixodent Helps a Lion Get His Bite Back in This Amazing Short Film

A roar from Saatchi Italy

There are so many reasons why this Fixodent project might never have been made. Maybe it's too ambitious. Or it's off-brand. Or it has nothing to do with the real…

Ad of the Day: Burger King Is Letting a Live Chicken Determine Who Gets Chicken Fries

Gloria chooses which towns will eat her own kind

At Burger King, a hen named Gloria tops the pecking order when it comes to deciding which restaurant will serve Chicken Fries. In an unusual marketing stunt designed to get tongues…

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