Apple Keeps Beating the Privacy Drum in Relatable, Clever iPhone Ad

Digs at tech competition keep coming.

With $6 Rides, L.A. Rideshare Program Helps Under-Served

FlexLA stands out with 70s aesthetic from Portland’s Roundhouse.

On World Water Day, Bacardi Asks Unicode to Drop All Plastic Straws From Emojis

The brand's 'cease and de-sip' letter to the Unicode Consortium

The Office’s Creed Bratton Revisits His Music Roots to Write Some Crappy Underwear Jingles

Fruit of the Loom challenges you to do better by posting your song idea on Instagram.

Colonel Sanders Is the Godfather of Chicken Town in KFC U.K.’s Ominous New Ad

In a sea of imitators, Mother celebrates 'the original chicken Don.'

Ikea Wants You to Reach Ultimate Decorating Satisfaction With Its Kåma Sutra

Innuendo reigns in new work from Ogilvy.

Kevin Durant Goes Jet Setting in New 3-Part Series, Offering Personal Tours of NBA Stars’ Home Cities

Fly By is co-produced by LeBron James’ Uninterrupted and Alaska Airlines.

As Everyone Else Moves On, Miller Lite and Bud Light Keep Bickering in Their Ads

March Madness brings out a new round of Super Bowl follow-ups, but do audiences still care?

This Canadian Sex Toy Ad Might Be the Best-Written Billboard of 2019

And for the brand, often rejected for ad placement, it's a coup in the name of women's pleasure.

At This Trivial Pursuit Hotel, You Pay for Everything by Answering Questions

Leo Burnett Moscow brings the board game to life, but fair warning: Wrong answers come at a price.