Topic: Food & Beverage

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Aug. 9-16

Warby Parker goes pretentious, Jell-O gets depressed, and Coca-Cola pushes healthy habits

Abducted by Clowns, Thrown From Airplane. Thanks, Heineken!

'Dropped' campaign continues with quite a circus

If you ever run across a marketer offering you an impromptu adventure overseas, you might first want to clarify whether it will entail you being kidnapped by clowns and dropped…

Oreos Can Tame Any Bloodthirsty Beast in New 'Wonderfilled' Campaign

Martin Agency spots are catchy and colorful

Closing the books on a yearlong anniversary celebration double-stuffed with buzzworthy work, Oreo is now launching "Wonderfilled," a colorful new campaign celebrating sharing. The TV spots, Oreo's first from The…

Chalk Billboard, Redrawn Twice Daily, Highlights Freshness at McDonald's

DDB Warsaw partners with graffiti artist for hand-crafted ads

If the crowds seem larger than usual at a certain McDonald's in Warsaw, Poland, chalk it up to the menu. We're talking about a billboard-sized menu, hand-drawn in multicolored chalk…

Coke Dispenses Danish Flags Hidden in Its Logo

Airport stunt welcomes visitors to world's 'happiest country'

When Coca-Cola discovered that part of its classic logo looks like the Danish flag, the brand (or at least agency McCann Copenhagen) decided to make an interactive airport ad that…

Flight Attendant in Czech Drink Ad Fantasizes, 'You're All Going to Die'

Because she's relaxed, apparently

The Prague office of Lowe & Partners heads into some dangerous airspace with its ad for the "relaxing drink" Zenonade, which apparently motivates a flight attendant to fantasize about all…

Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Jan. 11-18

Rory becomes Tiger, people become sushi, and William Shatner becomes Kaley Cuoco's dad

This week, Hertz fooled people with a hot new ski accessory, Axe compared the relative attractiveness of firemen and astronauts, and Samsung showed that its washing machine holds up to…