With dramatizations of cereal falling in slow motion against a black backdrop and a hush-toned voiceover, our latest work for Kellogg's elicits an appetite for cereal at an all-new time — when we’re settling in for the night and preparing for the day ahead. The iconic voice of Annie singing “Tomorrow” lulls us to sleep while the cereal bowl and its partners in crime are ready to greet us when the sun comes up. Read more in this New York Times piece.Watch
Delta Faucet's new spot seamlessly cuts together a montage of scenes with a little boy in toilet-time situations. He climbs a wooden stool to reach the seat. He stuffs toilet paper down the bowl. And, of course, he plays with the Delta Flush IQ technology waving his hand past the touch-free flush sensor.
Share your own messy moments on the Delta website or in social media using #HappiMess.Watch
Good hair day, bad hair day, up, down or none at all. The way we choose to wear our hair is an expression of who we are, and P&G’s Vidal Sassoon is asking all girls to rock their unique look with confidence. In this new spot from Leo Burnett, we follow a young girl’s hair into womanhood and watch her dare to #BeBold.Watch
In partnership with Chicago Ideas Week, we're thrilled to announce our book sharing program that makes searching for your favorite titles as easy as hopping on the CTA. We're placing some of our choice books on CTA trains. So, what do you do if you find one? It's simple: Take it. Read it. Return it.
Keep us updated on your yellow sticker discoveries using #BooksOnTheL. For more details, click here.
In 2013, the hiring rate of African Americans in advertising was on track to be equally representative of the general population by 2079. Fact is, that’s 66 years too long to wait for equality.
At the ADCOLOR Awards on September 19, Burnett joined industry leaders to launch “NO.2.66” – a new, social movement to challenge the industry and ignite a conversation about how to champion diversity hiring. To date, Leo Burnett, Ogilvy & Mather, FCB and DDB have teamed up for the effort.