Tuesday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-TDA Boulder has created an incredibly sad ad to prove that Rebel Ice Cream is the “Feel Better Ice Cream.” A little girl holds a cute, fluffy bunny in an open field, crying as her father tells her that she needs to let the rabbit go so it can find its family. Both are sad. As she releases the bunny, we hear a hawk’s cry. Sadness ensues. Cue the ice cream to make it all better.

-Verizon has lost its CMO, as Diego Scotti told the telecom company that he would be departing to pursue another venture.


-Partners + Napier called on AI to help celebrate Mother’s Day this year. The agency crowd sourced its thoughts about what motherhood really means and fed them to Dall-E and Dream by Wombo to visualize the holiday. The bots came up with some interesting and artistic representations of motherhood.


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Elon Musk’s choice to onboard NBCU ad sales chief Linda Yaccarino to Twitter has left marketers on the edge of their seats.

-As part of an initiative to drive tourism, Finland’s tourism bureau has been offering people the chance to be trained in being happy.

-In the latest episode of Young Influentials, Adweek sits down with Dustin Callif, president of production company Tool, to discuss what all goes into bringing an immersive experience at Coachella to life.

-In this week’s episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, the hosts discuss the evolution of moms in the media.