Pop goes the controversy! Here’s the SodaStream ad you didn’t see during last night’s Super Bowl.
Ram Truck’s “Farmer” captured the attention of Super Bowl viewers using “So God Made a Farmer” by radio broadcaster Paul Harvey. Ram and agency The Richards Group commissioned 10 photographers including National Geographic icon William Albert Allard and documentary photographer Kurt Markus to capture American farm life for the ad.
Both Oreo and Tide were quick to jump on the blackout bandwagon with clever, simple social ads during the Super Bowl power outage at the Superdome just a short while ago.
What do you think — does Taco Bell have the spot of the game so far?
That Toyota spot with Kaley Cuoco was the most shared Super Bowl ad, pre-game.
How will the cookie crumble? Via Instagram, the public is now taking sides in the cookie versus creme debate depicted in “Whisper Fight.”
Best Buy puts Amy Poehler front and center, with something important on her mind.
See it again: Audi’s #SuperBowl commercial ends with a black eye.
Some (including New York Times columnist Charles Blow) have called this Super Bowl ad out for being culturally insensitive — what do you think?
You know it’s holiday time when John Lewis bows its heart-tugging, music-driven spot. The agency behind the ads explains the yearlong process of making Christmas ad magic.
Little Caesars has a new line of ads out: are they hot and crispy or cold and greasy? You decide.
Could you solutionize that for me? Your clients’ dumbest requests are now works of art.
A symphony of (obsolete) printers and fax machines perform Bob Dylan’s “The Times They Are A Changin’”.