Chrysler messed up. The tone-deaf auto brand ran a Super Bowl commercial featuring an out-of-context voiceover from the estate of Martin Luther King. What the Super Bowl ad failed to include is the part of King’s sermon in which he warns against the dangers of spending too much when buying a car. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles […]
It’s Super Bowl Sunday. Let’s watch commercials! In other news, go Eagles.
Diet Coke is a running Super Bowl ad for the first in 21 years. The new spot, which will run during the second half on Sunday, will be part of Diet Coke’s new “Because I Can” campaign. Here’s a taste of what’s to come… Actress Gillian Jacobs says Diet Coke makes her feel good. Uh, […]
Did you know that Budweiser employees have donated over 79 million cans of water to communities hit hard by natural disasters? In 2017 alone, Anheuser-Busch in partnership with the American Red Cross donated nearly 3 million cans of clean drinking water. The community service projects are the subject of the beer brand’s new Super Bowl […]
I am excited to see Elizabeth Moss of Mad Men star in The Handmaid’s Tale, a new production which premieres on Hulu on April 26. The brilliant 1985 novel by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood could not be more timely. The story is set in a dystopia dominated by right-wing religious tyranny and environmental devastation where […]
84 Lumber is a company with a heart. The Pennsylvania-based is also a company with their finger on the pulse. The story was initially rejected by Fox for being “too controversial for T.V.,” forcing the company to edit it and cut it down. Let’s see the piece in full frame now: Rob Schapiro, chief creative […]
European luxury wagons are not just personal transporters to efficiently and safely get you to and from work—they’re $45,000 sleds that you can ride to freedom. Volvo’s agency, Forsman & Bodenfors, went deep into the archive for this Alan Watts speech: There is no use planning for a future which when you get to it […]
What could be more American than an immigrant’s story of arriving in America? One immigrant, Adolphus Busch, found his way from Germany to St. Louis in 1857. This is his arrival story in 60 seconds. “When Budweiser told us they wanted to celebrate those who embody the American spirit, we realized the ultimate story lived […]