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Topic: Pharrell

Meet the Talented Performers Behind Some of the Year's Best Videos

2015's Watch Awards honorees in talent categories

Production and strategy may be key to online video success, but without great talent, they wouldn't have anything to work with. That's why Adweek's Watch Awards honor talent ranging from Hollywood…

Pharrell Anoints a New Generation (and Definition) of Superstars in Adidas Video

Pushing talent into the spotlight

Johannes Leonardo's new "Superstar" campaign for Adidas, which features Pharrell and is centered around the Supershell collection he designed, claims to both democratize the idea of superstardom and make it…

Pharrell Got an Architect, Photographer and 2 Artists to Design Adidas' New Sneakers

Diverse talent on your toes

Bringing in artists to design limited-edition shoes is a no-brainer. But an architect and a photographer? That makes things a bit more interesting. Pharrell Williams, who was named to Adweek's Creative…

10 Celebrities and Influencers Who Infuse Pop Culture With Intellect and Creativity

They make us laugh, think and wonder what's next

Pop culture may always feel shallow and image-obsessed, but if you look past the reality shows and pre-fab pablum, it becomes clear we're actually in a golden age of creativity.…

Ad of the Day: Pharrell Stars in a Musical Fantasy Drawn From Chanel's History

A short film rich in details, from Karl Lagerfeld

This week, a select group of international jet-setters has descended upon Salzburg, Austria, to attend Chanel's pre-fall 2015 Métiers d’Art fashion show, which takes place today at an 18th century…

The BBC Rolls Out a Galaxy of Stars (and a Tiger) in This Lavish Cover of 'God Only Knows'

Launch of music initiative is also a charity effort

Does Brian Wilson know who Lorde is? Or why there's a tiger on his piano? This lavish video boasts an array of stars performing Wilson's 1966 Beach Boys classic "God Only…

Let's All Thank Weird Al for Turning 'Blurred Lines' Into an Anthem of Proper Grammar

'Word Crimes' targets a world plagued by texting and typos

Weird Al might not be the hero an illiterate Internet wants, but he's certainly the one it needs. His newest video, "Word Crimes" (a parody of "Blurred Lines"), is possibly the…

At the YouTube Brandcast NewFront, Pharrell at Least Is Happy [Video]

Michelle Castillo and some all-new Internet superstars

Hubris to the power of 10 from Vice's Shane Smith, just one of the Internet personalities making online video for marketers to put their ads next to.  

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