AdFreak is where we pull out all the stops to present the biggest, baddest, most epic ad campaigns of all time! Marketers throughout history have come up with some incredibly clever and successful campaigns to convey their messaging about new products or services to their target audience -- and Adweek editors are here to cover them. The best marketing campaigns don't just sell a product or build brand awareness with powerful messages; they also inspire change. This page highlights the best marketing campaigns in history.
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This Ad for a Bloomin’ Onion Goes to Great Lengths to Leave Behind Zero Evidence

Ad by Mischief @ No Fixed Address promotes streaming premiere of Knives Out: Glass Onion.

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A Towering Sculpture of a Homeless Person Forces Public to Confront a Growing Crisis

For Christmas, British charity Crisis installed a giant sculpture of a homeless person outside a busy train station.

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FanDuel Casino Encourages You to Take the Win However You Can Get It

The first campaign with AOR Mischief @ No Fixed Address celebrates the little things.

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13-Foot-Long Bus Stop Ads Highlight Experience of Long Covid

The campaign is located in Edinburgh and consists of 3,000 words.

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The Mysterious Story of Iceland’s Duplicate Astronaut Ad Campaigns

One tourism marketing concept has proven to be a recurring theme.

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Pilk Is the Drink of Choice for Santa and Lindsay Lohan in Pepsi’s Holiday Campaign

Beverage giant encourages fans to enjoy the drink in a new way.

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Why Apple’s Ad Is a Milestone in Disability Representation

Apple's ad showcases the varied talents and creativity of disabled people.

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Burger King Debates If the Best Burger Is From McDonald’s, Five Guys or KFC

The two-minute spot promotes the Whopper while mentioning many other rivals from across France

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This Chilling Campaign Exposes Threat of Domestic Violence During the World Cup

Women's Aid highlights spike in violence following soccer tournaments.

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Matthew McConaughey Leads a March for #TeamEarth in Salesforce Spot

Salesforce has partnered with Matthew McConaughey ahead of Thanksgiving for “The March,” a new 60-second spot encouraging business leaders to prioritize sustainability.

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This Torrid Love Story About Santa Is an Allegory for the Climate Impact of Christmas

Posten shows the uneasy intersection between Christmas and climate change.

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PETA Wants Turkeys to Sit at the Holiday Dinner Table—Not on It

The animated film promotes a peaceful and vegan Christmas.

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Back Market’s Animated Ad Portrays Tech Firms as Monsters

The campaign promotes buying 'reborn' smartphones.

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Velveeta Wants to Be Part of Your Next Booty Call

The brand is catering to your late-night desires in a cheesy way.