There’s been a lot going on in our industry this week, especially with the Superbowl and Chinese New Year. Here’s some of what’s been happening in our industry - advertising, design and digital - over the last week.
We love that the women running for US president are breaking the rules of branding by pushing the colour of campaign branding like never before.
Air New Zealand ditched their much-ridiculed rap safety video, then poked fun at itself.
Get the mega wrap of the Superbowl here.
It’s not just Google or Facebook: the freezer aisle is ad targeting you now.
Instagram reaches 500 million people daily - some great social media stats here.
McDonald’s get strategic with it’s usual toy offering and brings in literary giant Roald Dahl to their marketing stable.
Coke and Delta airlines are called out on social by travellers for their marketing stunt in the air.
5 killer stats to start your week, including gender stereotypes and Brexit concerns.
We've had fun playing with Phase - an ever-changing online type concept made up of “modular components”, transformed using voice or with sliders to create different fonts.
According to Google, “slime” was the biggest DIY trend of 2017 and generated 25.4 billion views on YouTube in 2018 - interesting power trend.
Happy Chinese New Year! 2019's Chinese New Year ads don't lack for variety.
We’re suckers for love at RUN, so can’t wait to see some interesting Valentine’s Day ads appear on Thursday. In the meantime here are 40 clever and creative Valentine’s Day ads.
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