A look at some of the most creative and engaging display ads from around the web last week.
Product / Advertiser: Red Bull
Product / Advertiser: IBM
Product / Advertiser: Starbucks
Product / Advertiser: MSN
Publisher: New York Times
Product / Advertiser: Adobe Digital Publishing
Product / Advertiser: Samsung Smart TV
Publisher: Comedy Central
Product / Advertiser: Brink
Product / Advertiser: Minute Maid
Publisher: The Daily Show
Product / Advertiser: TMZ and Star Lines
Product / Advertiser: T.G.I. Friday’s
Publisher: College Humor
Product / Advertiser: Mattel Monster High
Product / Advertiser: Ford Fiesta
Publisher: The Onion
Product / Advertiser: BlackBerry PlayBook
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