The mashup looks like something straight out of a dystopian thriller.
Brands such as McDonald’s try to turn death into a marketing opportunity but you can’t consume your way out of heartbreak.
Ever wondered who creates the ads for pornographers? The Drum gets up close and personal with the dynamic duo behind PornHub's marketing, finding out how you advertise a brand when you can't show the product.
Clicking "Around The Web" links feels like taking a tour through the internet's id — each grotesque screenshot and gender stereotype that manages to override our thinking brains and reduce us to pure click monsters.
When it comes to performance enhancement Ben Johnson really knows his stuff, which is why he is happy to endorse Sportsbet new juiced up Android app. This th...
Is sappy and sentimental really so bad?
But, ya know what? Labour still won by the largest landslide in the UK history that year, so who are we to judge?
McDonald's decided to lighten things up a bit, parodying themselves with this nonsensical fake ad.
Sometimes getting a project done right is as simple as asking the right questions.
This is the set of a commercial for the Brazilian TV show "Paixões Perigosas" ("Dangerous Passions"), but the sentiment still stands.
We cannot vouch for this product, nor for the "physics, science and a little bit of" rocket technology that allegedly went into it. But if it works even half as well as this ad says it does, it's very cool.
You've probably never given much thought to the infrastructure surrounding the gadgets that measure our water use. But now you'll never hear the words "water meter pit" without thinking of this very strange commercial.
As cool as this vehicle looks, we're not sure if we're really in the marke — oh shoot, it has automatic windows? We're in.
This ad for the Finnish coffee company Paulig is absolutely beautiful and captivating. But we're going to need more coffee.
One person called Gary Vee, as he's known, the "Donald Trump of advertising" and the "Andrew Breitbart of the industry" in the same breath.
We know this is an ad, but Heineken's approach to how we should overcome our differences is so much better and more powerful than Pepsi's that it's worthy of note.
Aston Martin decided to celebrate its 104-year history with a bang, letting racers and engineers take a ride in 28 of their famous vehicles.
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A good advertisement will get you to remember the ad. A great advertisement will get you to remember the product. But a truly phenomenal ad might just be a pair of butt cheeks on a bus, if this kid's reaction is any indication.
This ad's got psycho pigs and turbo thwacking, and it's anything but wack.
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