Even Fortune Cookies Have Ads Now Because the World Is Bad
God forbid we're allowed to enjoy two bites of sugary goodness without getting a taste of late capitalism.
US Cities Are Helping People Buy Amazon Surveillance Cameras Using Taxpayer Money
Documents obtained by Motherboard show that Ring uses partnership and promotional agreements in order to contractually obligate public officials to promote its products.
This Tool Lets You See Facebook’s Targeted Political Ads All Over the World
Facebook has failed to be fully transparent with data concerning political advertising, so two researchers collected the data themselves.
Edward Ongweso Jr
Somehow, Fiverr Ads Have Gotten Even More Tone-Deaf
The company's latest campaign quite literally illustrates how the gig economy exploits women of color.
Canada Made Its Legal Weed Rules Too Tough and We're Going To Pay For It
Confusing rules around social media and advertising put licensed producers at a disadvantage against U.S. brands signing celebrities like Jay-Z.
This Ad Agency Is Getting $12 Million to Make Border Patrol Look Fun and Cool
Ogilvy is proud to do work on behalf of gay rights, women's empowerment, and... CBP?
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Now That I Know the World is Doomed, Should I Get Into Advertising?
I’ve marched for climate change. I’ve read Naomi Klein. What else can I do?
Brand Twitter Is Absurd, and It Will Only Get Worse
SunnyD tweets about depression. Steak-umm is lonely. Wendy's is sassy. Do we actually want our brands to be that "human"?
Dan Bilzerian's Weed Company Is Keeping Sexist Cannabis Ads Alive
Women in the industry aren't happy about the overly sexualized billboards from Ignite, which they say don't reflect where cannabis culture is heading.
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There's a Lie at the Heart of Nike's New Kaepernick Ad
The tagline should be: "Believe in something. Even when the billionaires who control your fate take your dream away."
Inside the Incredibly Bizarre World of Japanese Mascots
From sentient douches to hepatitis elephants, Japan has a mascot for every occasion.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
Brand Collabs Aren't Always Bad for Graffiti
Windex's curious new #SparkleGraffiti campaign illustrates how writers can get a leg up when brands are footing the bill.