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Since World War II, mass-produced items like plastic cups and plates have been targeted toward average consumers. Now, we’re hooked on them.
A new ad for Coca-cola in Saudi Arabia is drawing comparisons to Pepsi’s Kendall Jenner ad.
Britain will set new advertising standards that address portrayals of gender stereotypes for both children and adults.
Fliers Operate a pop-up stand Vinyl banners can be placed strategically for maximum visibility. Because there are so many
Thai cosmetics company Seoul Secret's promo also said "you just need to be white to win."
You don't always have to be a tech guy or business guy in order to start a startup. There are so many moving pieces in a startup that your degree of study doesn't really matter. What matters is your conviction to your idea
Not everyone has to be 'sexy.' The fact that we feel such a campaign needs to be launched speaks to a deeper problem with how we as a society view women.
h/t designboom Walk for just a few minutes around the dizzying streets of Tokyo, and you'll be sure to encounter a surge
For the first time ever, air time during the Super Bowl was allocated to raising awareness about domestic violence and sexual
When we contrast Super Bowl ads with normal ads we learn a powerful business lesson: Being effective does not always mean being quality. It's a lesson many of us find hard to swallow. But it's bitter pill we all need to take.
Something is deeply awry in our nation with the world's biggest economy that lets its children be the poorest group and the younger they are the poorer they are during their years of greatest brain development. The Prince of Peace is mocked as we let a child be injured or killed by guns every thirty minutes.
It is our responsibility as real people to tell those among us who are most easily influenced, young or young at heart, that these things aren't real. It's our responsibility to tell them that they are wonderful the way they are and that they should change only as they see fit.
Ready for your daily dose of weird? Because Hyundai’s got 10 minutes of it for you. Uploaded Tuesday by the YouTube channel
In an effort to shield young children and teenagers from the damaging effects of photoshopped images, Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) and Lois Capps (D-Calif.) have co-sponsored legislation to reduce the use of misleadingly altered images in advertisements.
What comes to mind when you think of chewing gum? If you said a GIANT GODZILLA-LIKE CAT carrying a man around the streets
Maybe the reason sexual objectification still occurs today is because we're not thinking of the cost we'll have to pay for it tomorrow.
Harry Reid Slams 'Un-American' Koch Brothers
Lavie photographed the streets of Paris and the painted masterpieces separately, later editing them together digitally. Lavie