Today’s rapid-fire special effects-laden spots don’t seem to have the memorability factor of yesteryear’s Clio winners. See how many of these phrases you’ve uttered yourself, even when you no longer remembered the context or product.... READ ON
To get in a good jab at the competition, you’ve got to be indirect, but not so indirect that your audience won’t pick up on it at all. ... READ ON
Everybody’s favorite beer fridge is back! This time, it’s making its Olympic debut.... READ ON
Since 1989, USA Today has asked viewers to vote on the best Super Bowl ads. Here's a look back at the winners.... READ ON
The inside story of the commercial that changed advertising, even though Apple's Board of Directors didn't want to run it at all.... READ ON
There's something comforting and familiar about old American advertising. But vintage ads from other countries aren't always so predictable. Especially those from Russia. That doesn't mean the art isn't delightful—a man flying on a cigarette is quite whimsical, even if it is a bit odd. The same goes for thses crawfish who are ready for a nice cannibalistic dinner.... READ ON
If you think the products advertised today are dangerous or wacky, check out what National Geographic was peddling in the 1910s.... READ ON
PETA once asked the Pet Shop Boys to consider changing their name to Rescue Shelter Boys.