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Trident - The Chew Life Campaign

If a whole 60-second commercial consisting of clips of gum being chewed sounds boring, then watch this. For Trident, Johannes Leonardo teamed up with director / photographer Britton Caillouette of Farm League to capture over 60 pieces of content of humans and animals simply chewing, then put them together with an awesome soundtrack (an original track from boutique music collective Ski Team) to make this original spot. 131 more words

TV/Film

Leo Burnett Italy for WWF: Pets4Pets Project - Advertising thought by kids to get adults thinking

What about asking youngsters, instead of experienced creative directors, to create the strongest communication campaigns?

Pets4Pets Project  taught little kids the secrets of the advertising industry; inviting them to imagine new social campaigns to help protect the animals they love the most. 213 more words

Case History

Welcome to ROACHVILLE from TBWA Johannesburg

TBWA Hunt Lascaris Johannesburg’s brief was to conceptualise an outdoor campaign that illustrates that Doom Fogger gets into every nook and cranny, killing insects before they get too comfortable. 76 more words

Case History

Best Not-So-Romantic Valentine's Day Ads

McDonald’s France

Tampax

Indirapuram Habitat Club SPA

Swatch

SexyAvenue.com

Wurst

Naksatra Jewellery

Straps Lingerie Store

Thrifty

Renault

NW/Natural Water

Axe

Radio Corazon

Natan

Splash Lingerie

Wonderbra


Yemeksepeti.com (food delivery)

Press/Outdoor

DDB Paris for Le Barran - The chicken you can trust

In 2006 the French poultry brand Le Barran is being promoted with a campaign created by DDB Paris that aims to prove that consumers can always trust a chicken raised in the open air. 193 more words

Cannes Lions

Have you ever noticed that the first TV and Press Grand Prix were italian?

1954. European cinema contractors launch the Festival to celebrate great cinema advertising. The first Cannes Grand Prix goes to a spot called “Il Circo” from Italy’s Ferry Mayer for Chlorodont toothpaste. 42 more words

Cannes Lions