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Shackleton

Issue 59 | June 2021

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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Homeless Donation Boxes

Leo Burnett, Toronto
Issue 32 | September 2014

Raising The Roof was an organisation that sought to find long-term solutions to homelessness through investment in local communities and public education. Like many charities, they used collection boxes to raise donations.
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Instants V

TBWA Paris
Issue 32 | September 2014

Voyages-sncf.com was the online travel agency of SNCF, the French national railways company. As a travel expert, it was the number one e-commerce website in France, with 1,7 million visitors per day.
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Mindpong

M&C Saatchi
Issue 32 | September 2014

Brain tumours were the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40 and yet it was the least researched.
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Photobomb

Y&R Prague
Issue 32 | September 2014

To attract new customers Harley Davidson needed to address people that like Harley Davidson but didn't know they could actually afford such bike.
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Pizza Rescue

Ogilvy Malaysia
Issue 32 | September 2014

Nobody likes waiting for their pizza. In the business of pizza delivery, speed is crucial.
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Rain-Codes

Geometry Global HK
Issue 32 | September 2014

Cebu Pacific was a budget airline with a small marketing budget. The task was to come up with a highly cost effective idea during the rainy season, which would stimulate the city-dwellers of Hong Kong to book flights away from it all at cebupacific.com.
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Rio’s Iconic Landmark, Christ The Redeemer Appears in Naples, Christ The Redeemer Is Downloaded to Naples

M&C Saatchi Milan
Issue 32 | September 2014

The idea, designed by M&C Saatchi Milan in collaboration with Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro, promoted and demonstrated the speed of Fastweb (the fastest broadband provider in Italy).
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Stockholm Is Your Canvas

M&C Saatchi Stockholm
Issue 32 | September 2014

Stockholm is your Canvas was an initiative for Stockholm Art Week allowing visitors to submit their art and have it displayed on a digital billboard in Stureplan, Stockholm.
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The search for Super. How we got people to care about superannuation.

MercerBell
Issue 32 | September 2014

One of the biggest challenges facing Australia's ageing population is superannuation, and there's over $18 billion of lost super in this country alone.
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The Street Store

M&C Saatchi Abel Cape Town
Issue 32 | September 2014

The Haven Night Shelter provided support, clothing, shelter and rehabilitation for homeless people in South Africa.
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The Unewesual campaign

Soul
Issue 32 | September 2014

Yorkshire Building Society wanted to bring the spirit of the Tour de France to the countryside of Yorkshire in order to celebrate their 150th anniversary and their role as an Official Supporter of the Tour de France 2014 Grand De´part.
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The Welcome Symphony

DM9DDB Sao Paulo
Issue 32 | September 2014

Johnson & Johnson wanted a campaign to launch a few weeks before Mothers' Day, reinforcing the values of Johnson's baby products with expectant mums.
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Turning Packaging Into Education

Red Fuse Communications, Y&R Myanmar, Y&R Malaysia
Issue 32 | September 2014

Recent political and economic reforms in Myanmar have opened up the country's trade borders to the rest of the world.
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A Bold Night Out

BBDO Singapore
Issue 31 | June 2014

As in many other parts of the world, the beer category in Singapore was in decline.
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Almost Identical

Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 31 | June 2014

There was an almost universally held belief that to be seen chewing gum created a bad impression of the person chewing.
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Blowing in The Wind

A°kestam Holst
Issue 31 | June 2014

When the pharmacy Apotek Hja¨rtat launched Apolosophy, a new premium range of products within beauty care, the task was to build credibility for a brand category that Swedes did not traditionally associate with pharmacies.
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Crashed Car Showroom

Whybin\TBWA Sydney
Issue 31 | June 2014

2014 started with more deaths on Australian roads than ever before and followed a year when the road toll reached almost 2,000 people.
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Dupé

Ogilvy Melbourne
Issue 31 | June 2014

Yarra Valley water was the largest of Melbourne's three water providers, catering for over 1.7 million people.
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Instant Newspaper Recycler

Saatchi & Saatchi Hong Kong Co.,Ltd
Issue 31 | June 2014

SHK East Point City is one of Hong Kong's top environmentally-friendly shopping malls, and they wanted to spread the green message to their consumers during the Chinese New Year seasonal period.
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Renovated Billboards

Jung von Matt AG
Issue 31 | June 2014

2013 was a tough year for DIY stores in Germany. In the aftermath of nearly 250 stores closing down and facing an ugly mass of sales-driven advertising, OBI, the biggest chain of DIY stores in Germany, was looking for something else.
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The Dishoom Story Plates

OgilvyOne London
Issue 31 | June 2014

Bombay style café Dishoom, was to open a second 200 seat branch in East London.
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