Perhaps best known for playing Kate Winslet's smouldering and snobbish fiance in James Cameron's Titantic, Billy Zane takes on a whole new role in this latest spot for KFC.
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Breaking two decades of advertising silence, Jif has released a humorous new campaign urging Aussies (and Kiwis) to end the grease and grime of BBQ neglect.
Hypothosense? Considurchase? Diffexperience? What does this all even mean?
Today marks 25 years since the internet went public, and Facebook is acknowledging this slice of history, which completely changed the world as we know it, by drawing attention to the day on newsfeeds world wide. A perusal of the social media activity around the day reveals some pretty great throwback posts. Here’s a few of our favourites from Facebook.
Going on holiday is usually a time when we try to put our phones away, get our books out and relax. But there are those among us that just have to be connected, constantly, which Lithuanian news site 15 Min has executed beautifully in these holiday snaps, featuring some well-known faces.
While giving a report about the suffering newspaper industry and the gradual decline of journalism, John Oliver provides a bit of hope for the profession through some journalism of his own.
Listen: Airbnb user design experience manager Jenny Arden on design building trust, design-thinking and designer-founders
Nike shows the true potential of athletes and motivational speeches in its latest 'Unlimited You' spot.
Non-alcoholic beverage Snapple has brought to life a few of the fun facts underneath its lids with the help of Deutsch Los Angeles.
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘Pictures speak louder than words’, and this is truer than ever in the Diabetes Association of Thailand’s campaign dubbed ‘Sugar kills’ via Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok.
Honey Maid has come up with a clever way of getting web users to voluntarily receive pop up ads. In a new campaign it is taking over browsers to make websites more wholesome.
Forget ad blocking, Birmingham website Paradise Circus is leveling the score by creating a content blocker.
New Zealand’s travel industry is on the rise and so are the ads, and NZME has shown this as literally as it can through its own travel publication.
I can’t help but feel a bit bad for Match. All it tried to do was to deviate away from most dating sites/apps which often trumpet the ‘hot singles in your area’ and show that it’s okay to have a few flaws like a bad singing voice or a habit of wearing your socks in bed. But, we at StopPress can’t resist a good Twitter troll and the hashtag attached to this campaign was used and abused in the best ways possible.
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