Welcome to The Nike PLAYlist, a new sport-inspired series where kids and pro athletes come together to do what they do best: PLAY. Hosted by skateboarder Sky Brown, The Nike PLAYlist invites stars like the NFL’s Todd Gurley, U.S. Soccer’s Crystal Dunn and gymnast Lauri Hernandez (plus many more) to come hang out on the monkey bars of truth, try out brand-new sports and show off some never-before-seen tricks all while giving you an opportunity to join in the fun on TikTok.
If you didn't already know, today is Amazon Prime Day. And while you (and about a billion other uber-consumers) are super happy about it, eBay is less enthusiastic. They even put out this new spot, using a real Alexa, to remind us all why we shouldn't get too excited.
That sounds like a sweat shop headline, but it's not. Meg Myers’ video for her Kate Bush cover song was created by printing 3,202 black-and-white frames, then having kids from all over the US and Canada color them in. More than 2,100 children from 10 schools participated. Pretty cool idea.
The latest short films in the ”Nothing Changes If We Don’t” series address the micro-aggressions and unconscious bias many have witnessed, seen or heard of in the ad industry. The campaign is built on the premise that while most people in advertising are not racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted or ageist, there are many times when our intent and actions don't quite match up.
The films are extensions of work originally created by Oberland New York City. “Things are changing but [Read More]