T.L. Stanley

T.L. Stanley is a frequent contributor to Adweek.

Macy’s Beautifully Captures the Transition From Winter Drab to Summer Chic

BBDO New York merges catchy music with seamless effects.

The FDA Is Cracking Down on Vaping Products That Look Like Children’s Snacks

Some brands have embraced the look of popular candies and juices, and a side-by-side comparison of the branding is telling.

At the Kentucky Derby, Brands Focus on Being Part of the Experience, Not Just Logos

Corona, Woodford Reserve, Ram and more are going big for this weekend's race extravaganza.

Hazy Mills, Creators of Grimm, Dig Their Werewolf Claws Into Advertising for Clark Pest Control

The supernatural-themed campaign is the production company's first work on broadcast spots.

Are New Proposed Advertising Guidelines for Pot Brands Too Strict?

Celebrities, Joe Camel and stoner dudes are prohibited, and veterans in the space call the rules "an overreach."

As Low-Cost Kayaks Flood the Market, One Brand Reminds You Not to Get ‘Yakked Off’

Perception Kayaks pokes some fun at its budget competitors in this oddball clip about getting what you pay for.

4/20 Roundup: How Brands Are Marking Marijuana’s Increasingly Mainstream Holiday

From safe rides with Lyft to Mighty lend's trippy tips for pot(ting soil).

Why FedEx’s Transportation of $1 Billion in Egyptian Artifacts Is Big for the Brand

"There’s no standard service for 3,000-year-old artifacts," said Patrick Fitzgerald, svp, integrated marketing and communications, FedEx.

The Intro of ’80s TV Classic Dallas Has Been Perfectly Recreated for the City’s First NFL Draft

The clever promo features 2018's top prospects as the stars.

This Film Festival’s Bleak, Intense Look Into the Future Will Leave You Feeling Frayed

'Quota,' from director Jillian Martin, is a sci-fi mini-masterpiece.