Brazilian magazine 'Veja' teamed up with ad agency AlmapBBDO to drive home the sharp point that investigative journalism gets uglier the farther you go.
Artists Shakuntala Pandya and Saumya Pandya Thakkar repainted pedestrian crossings in an Indian town to create the optical illusion of a roadblock.
Bruges-based artist Stefaan De Croock scavenges for trashed doors and cuts them into puzzle-like murals to touching effect.
Brazilian agency AlmapBBDO is ready to blow your mind with its new campaign for Getty Images, where famous faces are easily assembled from everyday photos.
Photographer Henry Hargreaves explores the relationship between consumer culture and fast food in this photo series of deep-fried electronic gadgets.
Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse is spray-painting a destroyed beach house on the New York coast for MoMA PS1's ongoing series "Rockaway!"
Anti-HB2 agency McKinney printed North Carolina's 'Bathroom Bill' on toilet paper so you can literally flush it down the toilet.
Launching an exciting content marketing campaign can be difficult when your product's a bore. But that doesn't make it impossible.
In this amazing video, Open Mike Eagle teamed up with Vox to visualize an incredible breakdown of your favorite rapper's rhyming schemes.