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Beach Guardians

Wunderman Thompson Hong Kong

Issue 58 | March 2021

NZdronie

Whybin\TBWA Sydney
Issue 34 | March 2015

New Zealand was a beautiful country.
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Teleclub Pay-TV, "No interruptions"

Teleclub
Issue 34 | March 2015

The Swiss pay TV channel Teleclub offered movies, TV shows and live sport events all of them without the interruption of commercial breaks.
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The 12 Hour Store

Forsman & Bodenfors
Issue 34 | March 2015

iZettle was a small Swedish company that helps small businesses take payments with a tablet or smartphone.
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The 12 Hour Store

Forsman & Bodenfors
Issue 34 | March 2015

iZettle was a small Swedish company that helps small businesses take payments with a tablet or smartphone.
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The Germanwings Corridor Targeting

Grey Dusseldorf
Issue 34 | March 2015

Germanwings a subsidiary of Lufthansa wanted a web special aimed at communicating flight offers in the digital space for the Christmas period 2014.
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The Haunted Poster

Pool Stockholm
Issue 34 | March 2015

Gröna Lund was Sweden's oldest amusement park and one of Stockholm's most popular tourist attractions.
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The Quick & Easy Room Makeover

Leo Burnett, Toronto
Issue 34 | March 2015

The problem In Canada was that most people believed redecorating a room required a major renovation, which was expensive and time consuming.
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The Ultimate Cup

Huckleberry Agency
Issue 34 | March 2015

BYO Cup Day was a day where anyone in Australia could take anything to 7-Eleven and fill it with Slurpee.
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Vending Machines Where They’re Needed Most

BBDO New York
Issue 34 | March 2015

Since its launch in 2010, "You're not you when you're hungry" had become a successful global campaign for Snickers.
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’Tramnesty’

Ogilvy Brussels
Issue 33 | December 2014

Freedom of expression, especially on the internet, was under threat in several countries because of censorship.
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An Auction Based On Emotions

Ellermore
Issue 33 | December 2014

Kosta Boda had once had a strong position in the art world, particularly among the younger generation.
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Eat The Art

Duval Guillaume
Issue 33 | December 2014

Castello is a Danish brand of Cheese.
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Hair Removal Products for Men

Rethink
Issue 33 | December 2014

Parissa was a local Vancouver company that makes wax strips made from all natural ingredients and pre-coated with salon wax, making hair removal fast and easy.
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Ice Bed

Joe Public
Issue 33 | December 2014

Every winter, Nedbank runs their Warmer Winter campaign, where they donate funds towards providing blankets to underprivileged people nationwide, and call upon the public to do the same.
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Life Is Better With Cake - edible poster

JWT London
Issue 33 | December 2014

JWT London had devised a new campaign for Mr Kipling crafted around the idea that 'Life is better with cake'.
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Life Time Clock

serviceplan
Issue 33 | December 2014

Between 2010 and 2013, due to a number of recent scandals, there had been a dramatic decline of nearly 33% in the number of organ donors in Germany.
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Night Tours, ‘See What Comes Out In The Dark’

Y&R SA
Issue 33 | December 2014

Joburg Zoo offers night tours that feature their nocturnal animals, but very few people know about this.
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Not A Bug Splat

BBDO Pakistan
Issue 33 | December 2014

Since 2004, drone strikes in Pakistan have killed an estimated 3500+ people, a disturbing percentage of which have been innocent civilians.
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Outfit-o-mat

Friendship, Antwerp
Issue 33 | December 2014

e5 Mode discovered that their brand was not perceived as fashionable amongst younger people.
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Quiet Please

Wieden+Kennedy New York
Issue 33 | December 2014

The aim was to create a campaign that would generate conversation about Heineken and its sponsorship of the US Open tennis championships
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Seda Exchange

JWT Brazil
Issue 33 | December 2014

When Paul Polman became CEO of Unilever in 2009, he set about an ambitious plan to double the company's profits while significantly reducing its impact on the environment.
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Selfie Speeding Sign

Duval Guillaume
Issue 33 | December 2014

The city of Antwerp and the Local Police Department wanted a campaign to remind people about the importance of safe and slow driving in the city.
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The Partydrone

Duval Guillaume
Issue 33 | December 2014

With streaming service Spotify on your mobile phone you can enjoy all your favorite music on the go
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Would you answer this suicide call?

Ogilvy Brussels
Issue 33 | December 2014

Every year 1,150 people in Flanders commit suicide
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ADC Travelling Exhibit

SID LEE
Issue 32 | September 2014

The ADC was looking to bring design and art direction craft back into its identity and wanted to redesign its logo and overall branding. Following this success, the next stage was its travelling exhibition. Historically this had been a passive experience, involving some foamcore and the world's best design and art direction pieces.
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Cars That Feel

Soap Creative
Issue 32 | September 2014

All car makers talked about innovation in their marketing. Almost every car on the market was positioned as somehow safer, smarter and greener.
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Clever Buoy

M&C Saatchi Australia
Issue 32 | September 2014

Optus was Australia's second largest Telecoms provider. Most people thought it had much less network coverage than the market leader though, in fact, the difference was less than 1%.
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Dial-A-Story

Sandpit
Issue 32 | September 2014

Penguin Books Australia wanted to explore new ways it could connect with the public in a highly personal and intimate way, as part of its central passion for sharing stories.
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Everyone’s a Meteorologist

BBDO New York
Issue 32 | September 2014

When The Weather Channel launched their new app, they wanted to break into the coveted list of Top 10 apps in the world. And without a media budget, they had to be unconventional.
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Gala Contemplating You

Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Issue 32 | September 2014

In the summer of 2014, the Dali´ Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, hosted a special exhibition entitled 'The Marvels of Illusion'.
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