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Botanical Banksy x London

Fever PR UNLIMITED

Issue 60 | September 2021

Big in Japan

Zulu Alpha Kilo
Issue 54 | March 2020

SingleCut Beersmiths was a New York City craft brewery with fans in beer-loving cities around the world
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Call your mum

Ogilvy Canada
Issue 54 | March 2020

To drive awareness of Cadbury Dairy Milk's generosity positioning during the holiday season
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Campari Creates, The Campari Filters

FamousGrey, Groot- Bijgaarden
Issue 54 | March 2020

Art has always been in an integral part of Campari’s history, from its elegant Belle Epoque posters to its revolutionary campaigns of the 1920s and the surreal ads made by Franz Marangolo in the 1960s
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House of DOTS

The LEGO Agency
Issue 54 | March 2020

A creative mindset is ranked as one of the most important skills for kids growing up in the 21st century and should be nurtured and developed early on in life
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Leo Burnett London makes people think about McDonald’s without ever mentioning McDonald’s in new outdoor campaign

Leo Burnett London
Issue 54 | March 2020

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SaveClassicBlue

White Rabbit Budapest
Issue 54 | March 2020

Air pollution is a global problem
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Shocks on the rocks

Shackleton
Issue 54 | March 2020

“Don’t drink and drive” was a message constantly repeated and constantly ignored
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The Birth of Gaming Tourism

McCann London
Issue 54 | March 2020

Xbox believed that gaming should be for everyone
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Toyota Hybrid - Reality Test Drive

Happiness Brussels
Issue 54 | March 2020

At motor shows, every car brand salesman was trying to sell their models by talking specs and features
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Volvo Lifesaver

Ogilvy Social.lab Amsterdam
Issue 54 | March 2020

Volvo's vision was that from 2020 no-one should get killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car
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Beyond Limits, Barefoot - Piccadilly Circus Takeover

Saatchi & Saatchi London
Issue 53 | December 2019

BT has embarked on a UK-wide digital skills movement designed to reach 10 million people by 2025
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Fight as if she was your own

DDB Unlimited
Issue 53 | December 2019

October 11 is International Day of the Girl – a day advocated by the United Nations since 2012 as a day to address the needs of girls
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Parkinscents

McCann Health New York
Issue 53 | December 2019

Every year, 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease
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Politics. Tamed

Pulse Creative London
Issue 53 | December 2019

As the UK’s original deadline to leave the EU loomed, the government was in disarray over negotiations, which dragged on and on and were virtually incomprehensible to much of the public
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Right 2 Read

Havas Johannesburg
Issue 53 | December 2019

Education in the Limpopo Province of South Africa has long been synonymous with corruption
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Tallinn Helsinki Album

TBWA\Helsinki
Issue 53 | December 2019

The task was for their Estonian neighbors know that Helsinki Airport is also their second home airport when they’re thinking of traveling to a certain destination
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The National Debate

BBDO
Issue 53 | December 2019

In 2011, Belgium broke the world record for the longest period without a government: 541 days
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#electricitytalks

Grabarz & Partner
Issue 52 | September 2019

Porsche was about to launch the all-new, all-electric Taycan
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Billy’s Donuts

FRASER GmbH
Issue 52 | September 2019

In a market that historically didn't get along very well with the platform (Germany), Twitter wanted to make a splash and be seen by media planners and marketers, to make them aware of the true value of their audience
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Calçada é Muro (Sidewalk Is Wall)

Z+
Issue 52 | September 2019

Graffiti art shows that sidewalk curbs without ramps become walls for wheelchair users
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Create #ForTheThrone

360i
Issue 52 | September 2019

Over the past eight years, Game of Thrones has become a global phenomenon, amassing an army of over 30 million fans
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Finally, the end of public urination in the corners of French train stations?

Ogilvy Paris
Issue 52 | September 2019

Far from their glamorous and chic image, Parisians are also known for a habit they’ve adopted through the ages: peeing in public
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Hashtags of Arts

NBS
Issue 52 | September 2019

Only 7.5% of Brazilians are in the habit of going to museums
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Made in Fukushima

Serviceplan, Germany
Issue 52 | September 2019

On March 11, 2011, a tsunami hit the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant, triggering the meltdown of the nuclear reactors
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mortierbrigade turn every car key into a ticket for metro, tram or bus in Brussels

mortierbrigade
Issue 52 | September 2019

Public transportation is still the best way to get around in Brussels
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No More Mayo

VaynerMedia
Issue 52 | September 2019

Americans spend $2 billion a year on mayonnaise
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Real Time Mic

Leo Burnett Tailor Made
Issue 52 | September 2019

Metropoles.com reports on the news as it happens
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Safety Waves

Ogilvy Mexico
Issue 52 | September 2019

Mexican beaches are a paradise for surfers because they have very high waves, but this is also a great danger for tourists who do not pay much attention to the danger signs, specially the red flags, and for this reason more than 2,000 people die from drowning every year in the country
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The Book Grown from Grass

Rothco
Issue 52 | September 2019

AIB has a business relationship with almost 35% of farmers in Ireland and is committed to helping them grow their business through the latest scientific techniques
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The House of Cars

DDB Group New Zealand
Issue 52 | September 2019

There is an assumption that someone who is homeless got there by drug addiction or laziness
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