Agencies

After Protests at Cannes, Creative Leaders Say Climate Change Must Become a Priority

'A wake-up call in this setting of rosé, big ships and helicopters.'

An Artist Says His Work Was Copied on a Stock Service, Then Used to Win a Cannes Lion

Even a juror now questions the bronze winner for Hyundai.

3 Big Cannes Lions Takeaways Marketers Can Learn From

Opinion: Brands need to be more empathetic and human.

David Miami’s ECDs, Two of Today’s Most Awarded Creatives, Have Left the Agency

Ricardo Casal and Juan Javier Peña Plaza racked up 67 Lions for the agency in less than eight years.

Droga5 and The New York Times Explain the Ambition and Rigor Behind ‘The Truth Is Worth It’

The bold, Cannes-winning campaign will continue to evolve.

The Free Press and Journalism Stand Tall as Droga5’s New York Times Work Wins Cannes Grand Prix

U.S. agencies dominate in the Film category.

McCann’s ‘Generation Lockdown’ Wins Cannes Lions Grand Prix for Good

The PSA campaign promoted the Background Check Expansion Act.

This Cannes Glass Lion Grand Prix Winner Bought a Porn Magazine in Poland to Shut It Down

'The Last Ever Issue' walks away victorious in more ways than one.

3 Reasons Why You Might Want to Consider Being a Quiet Leader

Especially in agency environments where creativity flourishes with a more thoughtful approach.

Former Creative Director Sues Omnicom and TracyLocke, Alleging Sexual Harassment

Karen Dunbar calls agency 'the most blatantly sexist place I have ever worked.'