Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe up for auction; show starlet when she was still ...New York Daily NewsThe images, captured during the stunning starlet's first photo shoots in 1946 when she was just 19, depict the actress when she still went by her...
Telegraph.co.ukBattles rage in Libya's capital as rebels make final advanceHa'aretzPhoto by: AP "Those rats ... were attacked by the masses tonight and we eliminated them," Gadhafi said in a live audio message over state television.
Telegraph.co.ukUniversity education goes onlineTelegraph.co.uk“We taught this class last year to 177 students, but we wanted to open it up to those who cannot access this type of education where they live – places like Indonesia and Africa…However,...
Sure, humor is subjective—but some advertising over the years has been undeniably hilarious. Here are our picks for the 10 funniest mainstream commercials ever made (none of that "banned" European stuff), stretching from the '80s to today.
Magazine advertising looks increasingly quaint these days in the ever-more-flashy world of social, mobile, TV and cinema. But some print ads aren't just sitting there looking foolish. They're mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore.
Former Calgarian goes from Harry Potter fan to JK Rowling biopic starCalgary HeraldTonight at 9 pm on TMN (The Movie Network) MacInnes appears in Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story, a bio-pic produced by the Lifetime Network.
The Express TribuneYouth seek to re-brand Pakistan via photography exhibitionBusiness RecorderKARACHI: “Mein tau dekhoonga”, a day-long photography exhibition, was organized today by Unique Pakistan and Tangerine Media at a local hotel.
Purple RevolverNirvana exhibition to be hosted in LondonMusic NewsThe exhibition aims to "highlight the unique relationship the band enjoyed with their UK fans" and will feature professional photos, memorabilia and other treasured artifacts.
Why is it still so shocking to see gay people in mainstream ads? At a time when every other demographic is practically shoehorned into marketing for the sake of diversity, gays and lesbians are still all but invisible in the TV advertising landscape.
Leo Burnett once said great advertising could be boiled down into three simple messages: "Here's what we've got. Here's what it will do for you. Here's how to get it." Maybe, but where's the fun in that?
(This is a spec ad—not approved by the Skittles brand.) You take TBWA\Chiat\Day off the Skittles account, and look what you get—pure, unadulterated filth! Spec work by L.A. directing team Cousins. Well done, but extremely NSFW.