Brutalist sci-fi classics from Penguin and the Barbican

Penguin produced limited editions of four novels for the London arts centre’s exhibition.

Libre by Nexus

Libre by Nexus shows immigration as a family issue

The organization is juxtaposing wholesome family images with bleak symbols of oppression and imprisonment.


Is it me, or my Tic Tacs?

The Ferrero candy promises it will make people feel like a million bucks…almost.


Magazines take the fight to mosquitoes

SMACK! A print campaign lets readers kill bugs the old-fashioned way.

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An equal playing field

ESPN W used broadcast and out of home to demonstrate the gender inequality in sports.


Hair flips and highrises

As Pride Month ramps up, Kimpton Hotels taps a breakout dancer to sell its skyline views.


Travel selfies on a budget

Delta Air Lines finds a way to add interest to millennials’ dating profiles, no plane required.


Nutella’s package explosion

The hazelnut spread came in seven million different jars in Italy, until they sold out.


Huawei saves the blurry man

The tech company gets existential to sell its latest phone.

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Life is a beautiful sport

Lacoste’s cinematic spots obliterate all that came before them (in our humble opinion).