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Leo Burnett Kuala Lumpur

Issue 59 | June 2021

The Last da Vinci: The World is Watching

Droga5
Issue 46 | March 2018

There are fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo da Vinci in the world. So the discovery of a new one raised interest around the world when it came to be auctioned at Christie's in New York.
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Transfer the fans

Duval Guillaume
Issue 46 | March 2018

The German Bundesliga is on its annual winter break.
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Diane Morgan is trying new things

We Are Social
Issue 45 | December 2017

With other competitor banks on the market offering better apps, services and incentives to switch, first direct was struggling to remain relevant amongst 25-34 year olds who they were keen to attract.
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Energy that changes the world, Kind Words Ringback Tone

AdQUA Interactive Seoul
Issue 45 | December 2017

In call centres everywhere, including Korea, the operators were often subjected to obscenities and abuse from angry customers.
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Her Street View

J. Walter Thompson Brussels
Issue 45 | December 2017

In 2012, Sofie Peeters made a film called "Women of the Street", which showed the degree of abuse to which women in Belgium were subjected, when out and about.
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Keeping it Real

Clemenger BBDO Sydney
Issue 45 | December 2017

Hungry Jack’s (Australia's Burger King) have always celebrated being the home of Big Burgers and flame grilling but the category isn’t credibly known for real food, and is often seen as the guilty choice.
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Magic Butterfly

REWIND
Issue 45 | December 2017

Welsh National Opera wanted to take two of the most beloved operas in history and use cutting edge technology to reinvigorate them for a new generation of viewers and fans.
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Open Your World – Worlds Apart

Publicis London
Issue 45 | December 2017

2016. The year of Brexit. The year of Trump. A year where the divisive and polarising forces in the world were closing down on communities rather than keeping them open.
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Rewind

F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 45 | December 2017

Guaraná Antarctica, the Brazilian soft drink brand, launched a new surfboard 80% manufactured from PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) plastic.
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Skip A Meal

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 45 | December 2017

It's September and the High Jewish Holiday season was here.
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Stop Oversharing

MRM//McCann Romania
Issue 45 | December 2017

According to the Urban Dictionary, an "oversharer" was a person who gave far too much information without request.
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Sweden on Airbnb

Forsman & Bodenfors Gothenburg
Issue 45 | December 2017

Today, travellers actively avoid tourist destinations and prefer to search for authentic experiences.
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The Email Lure

Clemenger BBDO Brisbane
Issue 45 | December 2017

BCF (boating, camping, fishing) was one of Australia's largest outdoor leisure retailers.
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The LFC Red Hops Experiment

CP+B Copenhagen
Issue 45 | December 2017

Carlsberg wanted to do something special to celebrate its 25 year-long partnership with Liverpool FC, which was effectively the longest partnership in premiership football history.
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The World's First Baby Marathon

Ogilvy & Mather Johannesburg
Issue 45 | December 2017

Turns out babies move around way more than anyone has ever realised.
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TOMMYNOW SNAP

MediaMonks
Issue 45 | December 2017

Tommy Hilfiger referred to its seasonal fashion show as an "innovation incubator", an opportunity to create new experiences for its customers by mixing digital technology with entertainment.
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Toyota Safe & Sound App

Saatchi & Saatchi London
Issue 45 | December 2017

Research showed young drivers were at a much higher risk of crashing than older drivers and one in four 18-24 year olds crashed within two years of passing their driving test.
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Unmute

Cummins & Partners Melbourne
Issue 45 | December 2017

Men will share just about anything online.
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VRecruitment

Havas Sydney
Issue 45 | December 2017

To maintain its capabilities in line with innovations in technology, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) needed to keep recruiting smart, young people.
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Why it's okay to play

Happiness Brussels, an FCB Alliance agency
Issue 45 | December 2017

Slotomania was a mobile casino simulation game. But unlike other slot games, players didn't win actual money.
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#runthespring

Les Gaulois
Issue 44 | September 2017

Winter is often the season of relaxation, where snow, cold, rain and wind make running impractical and gives everyone a very good excuse for not going out.
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#ZeroPointFiveEffect

Tribal 121
Issue 44 | September 2017

Peru had the third highest rate of road accidents caused by drunk driving.
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Advertising Charter

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 44 | September 2017

Israel was a melting pot, a country of immigrants who came from many different parts of the world.
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Breaking the pattern with adidas GLITCH

Possible, Iris
Issue 44 | September 2017

Start-up culture is ripe with experimentation and originality. Risk breeds creativity and these are the companies driving meaningful change in our industry.
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Chef Watson

Ogilvy Paris
Issue 44 | September 2017

For many outside IBM's normal audience of technological savvy people, the worlds of Artificial Intelligence and cognitive computing were intimidating.
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Dinner with Georgia

WINDFOR'S
Issue 44 | September 2017

For the first time in history the record-braking 6 million international visitors entered Georgia (population – 3,7 million) throughout one year (2016).
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Don't scroll and drive

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 44 | September 2017

"Distracted driving" is what they called it.
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Fans against all odds

Leo Burnett Moscow
Issue 44 | September 2017

Lokomotiv was one of the great Russian football clubs, sponsored by the Russian Railways company.
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Home, a VR Spacewalk

REWIND
Issue 44 | September 2017

The BBC had a long history of innovation in how it informed, educated and entertained.
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Kiss the Kremlin

DM9DDB
Issue 44 | September 2017

In Russia, the LGBTQ community was threatened with violence and prison. Any sort of gay parade was banned for 100 years.
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