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AI Car Recognition app

FamousGrey, Dilbeek Belgium

Issue 62 | March 2022

Farmageddon

Saatchi & Saatchi Frankfurt
Issue 27 | June 2013

March 22nd was World Water Day, when different NGOs around the world wanted to draw attention to the fact that providing everyone, everywhere with safe, clean water was the first step towards building a better world.
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Feel Tip Top

Colenso BBDO/ Proximity New Zealand
Issue 27 | June 2013

Tip Top – NZ’s No1 ice cream – decided to take a different approach to communication than ever before. At 75 years old, and driven by the need to steal share from its biggest competitor Unilever, the brand was in need of a serious refresh.
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Free the forced

Cheil Germany
Issue 27 | June 2013

The UN has estimated that around the world each year, some 60 million girls and young women under the age of 18 are forced to marry without their consent.
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Have a fling with a Crème Egg

Elvis Communications
Issue 27 | June 2013

As a seasonal product, Creme Eggs are only on sale January to March. The problem was, most people thought they were on sale all year and weren’t hurrying to buy until it was too late. So sales were slipping.
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How to Shock a Celebrity

Wunderman London
Issue 27 | June 2013

END7 is a new charity on a mission to eradicate 7 devastating tropical diseases by 2020 through awareness and donations toward medicial aid.
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Instant Satire

Colenso BBDO/ Proximity New Zealand
Issue 27 | June 2013

The aim of this campaign was to launch the Samsung GALAXY Note 2 in the New Zealand market.
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It’s Not Your Fault

Droga5
Issue 27 | June 2013

Coke Zero recognised that there are times when men do wrong. Filling out brackets instead of working, playing video games and forgetting to pick up the in-laws from the airport, putting off chores to watch basketball, the average Joe cannot help but do these things.
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Lunch Box Express

TIEMPO BBDO
Issue 27 | June 2013

La Cocinera is a Nestle food brand which has been active in Spain for over 50 years. On Mother’s Day, La Cocinera wanted to remind everyone that the best food in the world is the food their mothers cooked.
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Musical Typeface

mortierbrigade
Issue 27 | June 2013

Radio station Studio Brussels broadcasts ‘The Timeless 100’ every year. It’s a list of the top 100 records in music history. As chosen by the listeners.
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Opel Corsa _____________ the first car named after its owner

Gitam BBDO
Issue 27 | June 2013

When Opel wanted to launch a new model of Opel Corsa specially designed, equipped and accessorized for the young market, they asked us to come up with a proper name for it.
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Paranormal Alert

Shout, Gothenburg
Issue 27 | June 2013

Halloween was a big party night for young people in Sweden. The aim of the campaign was to make Burger King a natural part of the holiday, both before and after the night.
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Pleasure Hunt – 5 Lost Kisses

Lowe Brindfors
Issue 27 | June 2013

In 2011 and in 2012 Magnum had supported their range of ice-creams with ‘Pleasure Hunt’ games which had been incredibly successful, attracting more than 23 million unique visitors to the Magnum website.
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Pudding Surprise

CP+B Boulder
Issue 27 | June 2013

On February 3rd 2013, The Baltimore Ravens played the San Francisco 49ers in the 67th Superbowl and won the game 34-31.
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PUMA 100 Meter Shop

Droga5
Issue 27 | June 2013

The brief was to introduce Cedella Marley’s new Jamaican-inspired collection for PUMA, in time for the London Olympics. The goal was to attract a fashion-forward crowd to purchase the clothes.
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Slopedia

Akestam Holst
Issue 27 | June 2013

Audi wanted to make their efforts in the ski world come to life, make more use of the sponsored pros, connect to the skiers and show that with an Audi quattro, the world is at your feet.
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Song For Life

mortierbrigade
Issue 27 | June 2013

Music is stored in the Hippotamus, in the back of the brain, it’s the last thing to be affected by dementia and activating it makes people with dementia light up. Listening to your favorite music has a therapeutic effect. It brings back memories when everything else has been forgotten.
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Summer’s virtually here

OgilvyOne Australia
Issue 27 | June 2013

Christmas comes and goes. So do clients. In order to retain the latter, the blue group leveraged the former to say thank you. And to remind them they were on a good thing using the agency for their communications and reinforce the blue group’s new digital offering.
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Sydney Pulse

MercerBell
Issue 27 | June 2013

MasterCard Priceless Cities is a global program that delivers exclusive experiences for cardholders across dining, hotel, entertainment, sports and retail. The agency’s brief was to connect Sydneysiders with the local version of the program, Priceless Sydney, and help them rediscover their city again.
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Tag the weather

Saatchi Stockholm
Issue 27 | June 2013

The Swedish winter could last as long as five cold months. During this period, Gillette Venus had a major competitor. The weather. Buying a razor and shaving your legs is not a priority when the temperature is -11°C.
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The Beauty Inside

Pereira & O’Dell San Francisco
Issue 27 | June 2013

Intel and Toshiba were looking to improve brand perception and purchase consideration among an 18-34 year old audience. Research showed this target saw technology as a tool for allowing them to see, do and share more of what they care about. In fact, 75% of 14-29 years olds viewed computers as more of an entertainment device than their TVs.
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The Blue Envelope Campaign

LIDA
Issue 27 | June 2013

LIDA’s brief was simply to break the silence that surrounds miscarriage, and get people talking about it.
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The Bullying Simulator

Lowe Brindfors
Issue 27 | June 2013

In Sweden, one third of all teens reported that they had been bullied online.
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The Coconut

Mecka
Issue 27 | June 2013

In late 2012, Nexans launched a new generation of one-kilowatt cables.
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The Parcel Memory

Akestam Holst
Issue 27 | June 2013

The brief was to promote the Swedish Post’s pre-franked parcels and encourage people to send more Xmas gifts in December.
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The SOHO Galaxy

Ogilvy Shanghai and Ogilvy Beijing
Issue 27 | June 2013

SOHO China was one of the country’s largest real estate developers, owned and managed by Pan Shiyi and his wife Zhang Xin.
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The SOS SMS

DM9Rio
Issue 27 | June 2013

Brazil is now the 6th economy in the world but homeless children are still a sad reality. On traffic lights is where they gather to ask drivers for help or money.
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Troy Davis – I am alive | Coalition to Abolish The Death Penalty

Serviceplan/plan.net
Issue 27 | June 2013

Alive e.V. was a non-profit organization committed to the universal abolition of the death penalty.
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tweetgate

mortierbrigade
Issue 27 | June 2013

In January 2012 mortierbrigade launched the mortierbrigade hotel. A home away from home for international creative interns.
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Twignature

BMF Advertising Melbourne
Issue 27 | June 2013

In March 2013, the United Nations met to negotiate a global arms trade treaty, to stop weapons ending up in the hands of tyrants and child soldiers around the world.
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White Paper

Droga5
Issue 27 | June 2013

European men have two great loves: their wives and their football clubs. But which one do they love more?
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