Hate Bad Ads? Watch Good Ads With The Ad Filter Browser Extension

If you’re interested in seeing creative, award-winning ads instead of annoying ones while browsing the net, consider downloading this new browser extension. D&AD and Paris agency BETC recently released “The Ad Filter” an extension that replaces regular ads with D&AD winners from previous years. It’s suitable for both Chrome and Firefox. D&AD, the famous British ad Read more


Elle Australia Unveils An Iconic Breastfeeding Shot

Supermodel Nicole Trunfio embellishes the cover of Elle Australia’s June 2015 issue. Not only does she show off her good looking four-month postpartum, but she also battles the stigma of nursing in public by breastfeeding her baby boy Zion Rain Clark in a suede Burberry coat on the cover. The breastfeeding cover sadly appears only for Read more


Adidas Launches New Ace and X Football Boots

Football is changing. Adidas unveiled its new project after announcing the withdrawal of the famous and historic Adidas Adipure 11pro, Adizero, Nitrocharge and Predator boots. They will be replaced with two new boot models: Adidas Ace and Adidas X. This decision was triggered by the new football philosophy that consists of two types of players — Read more


Judgment Day: Rebuilding an Agency through Creativity and Connectivity

Judgment Day is a new series highlighting the backgrounds, philosophies, and work ethics of judges throughout various international industry awards. Bm’s New York team had the pleasure of attending this year’s New York Festivals World’s Best Advertising awards. With an Executive Jury of some of the most talented and dedicated creative officers from around the globe, our Read more

attends the FIFA Executive Committee Meeting on October 20, 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland. During this third meeting of the year, held on two days, the FIFA Executive Committee will approve the match schedules for the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

Are Brands Obligated to Take Part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Moral Debate?

What are brands Adidas, Gazprom, Hyundai, Kia, McDonald’s, Budweiser, Coca-Cola and Visa to do over allegations of improper conduct in working conditions at the 2022 World Cup building sites in Qatar? With mounting pressure from the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), FIFA sponsors are being asked by a new campaign grouping to speak out about Read more


Google Street View Is the World’s First Online Driving Test

One of the world’s most frequently mentioned topics is the future of the automobile industry, and the predictions of how the cars of tomorrow will look like, but the future of driver training tends to be set aside. The Romanian Automobile Club (ACR) in collaboration with ad agency Publicis Bucharest dealt with that specific issue by Read more


The Net Set App: A New Tool for Fashionistas

The Net Set app is the new go-to social network for fashionistas around the globe. Now you can upload outfit photos and the platform will show if there is an exact or similar clothing item, and connect the item to a purchase page. Net-a-Porter developed the app together with Italian e-commerce giant Yoox. The app Read more


Computers Can Talk Too: Google Launches Tone Extension for Chrome

Google developed an experimental audio-based extension for Chrome that can share any URL with other computers using sound. The new add-on is called Tone, and it allows you to share information from one computer to another within hearing range. The extension uses the computer’s microphone and speakers to swiftly and practically exchange URLs. It is possible Read more


Spotify Gets Bigger and Better With Personalized Playlists, a Running App, and Video Content

Spotify is introducing a bulk of new features including playlists, a running app that adapts to users’ pace, and original and broadcasted shows, podcasts, and videos. With these features, Spotify intends to raise its user base above 60 million and become an even bigger contestant to Apple. “There’s a profound change happening in music, and it’s happening Read more

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