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The new Marks & Spencer advertising campaign featuring 'outspoken women'

This isn’t just any grumpy picture... Tracey Emin features in new M&S advert advertising campaign

Tracey Emin's transformation from establishment-shaking rebel to middle England treasure appears complete after the artist was chosen to feature in a new Marks & Spencer advertising campaign featuring “outspoken women”.

Storm brewing over Publicis and Omnicom ad merger

Corporate governance advisers have warned they have "problems" with how the bosses of Publicis and Omnicom have carved up boardroom roles between them for the next five years as part of their £23bn advertising mega-merger.

A Daft (Punk) marketing boost for Durex: 'Get Lucky' but not pregnant - or infected with something nasty

It seems like an inspired bit of joined-up PR thinking – an invitation from Daft Punk to “Get Lucky” but not also pregnant, or infected with something nasty. The French duo responsible for the horribly catchy single of the summer had apparently jumped into bed  with Durex to create condoms with packaging inspired by the cover of their album, Random Access Memories.

Mark Cavendish is the latest Brit cyclist to cash in on glory

Branding: Where have all of Mark Cavendish’s vowels gone?

The Tour de France rider launches CVNDSH range of cycling gear

The cover of Vice magazine's controversial 'fiction issue'

Vice pulls 'breathtakingly tasteless' fashion shoot glorifying the suicides of famous female authors from Sylvia Plath to Virginia Woolf

Commentators and mental health charities slammed the 'sick' photoshoot

Brand new vision: the all-knowing Cara camera system in action in Reebok’s New York store

Adland's latest mad ideas: Wee-powered festival floats and magazines that charge your phone

Agencies all over the world are limited only by their imaginations as new technologies promise to bring marketing to life, says Simon Usborne.

Image taken from the Dreamscape Networks television advert featuring Pamela Anderson, which has been banned for being sexist and degrading to women.

TV Advert showing Pamela Anderson covered in cream banned for being 'sexist and degrading' to women

A television advert featuring actress Pamela Anderson wearing a bikini and covered in cream has been banned for being sexist and degrading to women.

A scene from Les Revenants which will be broadcast on Channel 4

Nicole? Papa? Channel 4 to screen all adverts en Français during French zombie drama The Returned

Channel 4 is to break new ground by screening an entire ad break in French - a debut for UK television.

Viewers complain about 'frightening' Ikea gnomes advert

Advert features couple kicking gnomes across their garden before using a hammock to hurl them against a fence

Face facts: 'Boots Health & Beauty' will use 'natural' models, unlike 'Shape', top, with a retouched Britney Spears

Can you tell which cover girls are the real thing?

Boots has pledged to stop digitally enhancing its models

It is hoped that the gimmick will raise awareness of child abuse

Inside the surprisingly old science of double
vision: Charity uses optical illusion to deliver hidden message to children to report abuse

A charity in Spain has revealed an advert that uses an optical illusion to deliver a hidden message to passing children, encouraging them to report potential abuse.

Curb ads for payday loans, urges poverty minister

Britain's only poverty minister will today demand strong action to curb payday lenders who prey on vulnerable people.

An image from Hyundai's viral ad

Hyundai pulls viral zero emission car ad featuring man attempting suicide

Daughter of man who killed himself in a car 'left feeling sick and empty' on viewing video

Animal rights group defeated in move that would have opened up paid UK political advertising

An animal rights group has narrowly lost an attempt to open up paid political advertising in the UK.

Animal Defenders International hopes to overturn the ban on its primate ad

UK ban on political advertising may be lifted

Britain may be forced to lift its ban on political advertising when the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) rules on its lawfulness tomorrow.

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