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Seven Fennels and Raspberries

BBDO Belgium

Issue 59 | June 2021

Big Santa

Ogilvy Action Argentina
Issue 22 | March 2012

At Christmas-time, in malls everywhere, Santa often makes an appearance to give children a hug and listen to them about their Christmas wishes. Coca-Cola decided to bring a Santa in specially for the grown-ups.
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Giant sachets

DDB Brazil
Issue 22 | March 2012

Being bigger in both size and in taste, obviously consumers would need more ketchup, mayo and mustard to eat with their X-Burgers. So, the creative treatment was to make huge mustard, mayonnaise and ketchup sachets and insert these in magazines and newspapers.
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Hoffmaestro feat. Sweden

Forsman & Bodenfors
Issue 22 | March 2012

Forsman & Bodenfors turned to Hoffmaestro, one of Sweden’s most popular bands among teenagers, and asked for their help. Driven to a website by the radio DJ’s, teens could listen to a new track called “Your Ways” from the band and record their own contributions using their computer mic’s.
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Mad Men sponsorship

DraftFCB Auckland
Issue 21 | December 2011

They practiced what they'd been preaching - and made ads promoting themselves (not exactly radical, but no one else was doing it).
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Test Drive

140 BBDO Cape Town
Issue 21 | December 2011

The creative execution was an interactive ad placed in Car Magazine, South Africa’s top motoring publication. Any reader with a smartphone could now experience the unprecedented power of the flagship Mercedes.
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Club Matas

Wunderman A/S
Issue 19 | June 2011

The task was to launch Club Matas, linking the exhaustive knowledge of what is bought where and when with active declarations of interest from customers.
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Old Grumpy – when a grumpy old man generates business development

Klausen + Partners A/S
Issue 19 | June 2011

Chalenge was to persuade brewers to abandon 6,000 years of tradition in brewing beer.
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Testing unaddressed mail against traditional advertising

Mediabroker and Unplugged
Issue 19 | June 2011

Jydsk Vindueskompagni had two problems. One, their windows were 100% Danish-made in a price-sensitive market with competitors whose production was based in Eastern Europe.
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7Up, The Lemon Army - PepsiCo India

Mudramax, India
Issue 18 | March 2011

There were teams in 7 cities battling out in 7Up Style to be the 7Up Lemon Pattalam (army) who would win a trip to South Africa to play a game against the Chennai Super Kings in the India Premier League.
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Fuji Xerox, Fujikistan - Fuji Xerox (NZ)

Republik
Issue 18 | March 2011

Using Fujikistanian imagery, the brochure showcased the printer’s capabilities. Each page used unique paper stock to highlight the press’s capabilities. To receive the code for their combination locks and RSVP to the event, recipients logged into a personal URL.
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Get Tested Project

Shalmor Avnon Amichay/ Y&R Interactive Tel Aviv
Issue 18 | March 2011

Aids is no longer a terminal disease. It can be cured. But early discovery can mean the difference between life and death. It is also important for people to know their status in order not to pass it on to others.
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Hand-Picked

OgilvyOne London
Issue 18 | March 2011

To reach the core target audience, the plan was to use 48-sheet-sized Transvision screens in parts of London where business commuters walk each day. Because they would be passing the screens in rush-hour, minds on other things, with low dwell-time, the concept had to be succinct and visually arresting to gain attention and recognition.
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How Don Are You? - Sky Television

DraftFCB
Issue 18 | March 2011

Most people, if they were honest, would love to be at least a little like Don. So DraftFCB challenged Kiwi guys to see how they measured up to Don. The copy does more than set up a comparison between audience and Don Draper.
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I’m MORE TH>N Freeman. Thank you for listening

SFW London
Issue 18 | March 2011

Hence this series of cinematic-style TV ads starring US impressionist Josh Robert-Thompson as "MORETHAN Freeman". The thinking here was that the recognisable delivery of the message, the voice slow and thoughtful, would create a sense of trustworthiness.
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Knocking On Heaven’s Door - NOMOS-BANK

R&I Group, Russia
Issue 18 | March 2011

To make sure all 526 oligarchs on the mailing list actually got to see and understand the message from NOMOS-BANK, the agency created customised magazines for each and every one of them.
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Kustom Konnections - Genesis Energy

DraftFCB
Issue 18 | March 2011

Hand-made hammers, saws, wrenches and pliers were covered in papier-mâché dollar bills and then photographed.
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Live In Harmony

BBH, London
Issue 18 | March 2011

The strategy was simple: tackle perceptions head-on by reversing expectations of how an organic brand should behave. Rather than being worthy and preachy, the agency created Yeo Valley’s first-ever TV commercial using rap music to make the brand fun and approachable.
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The Journal - Ministry of Health

DraftFCB
Issue 18 | March 2011

Applying best-of-breed relationship marketing techniques to the process, DRTV featuring rugby star John Kirwin drove people to a website where, through web, txt and email, they could treat thmselves or be directed straight through to a doctor.
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Bronze - Destination Japan

GOSS, Gothenburg
Issue 17 | December 2010

Chopsticks + miniature ski case = skiing in Japan. It was sent out by mail to dedicated skiers who had travelled previously to ‘unexpected destinations’ with Langley Travel. On the chopsticks there was the name of the new destination and a phone number where you could book the trip.
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Bronze - Dogs know

M&C Saatchi/Mark, Sydney
Issue 17 | December 2010

92.9FM, a big radio station in Tamworth, which is a major regional hub north of Sydney, donated 40 free airings. In these spots, while a voice-over described the plight of neglected dogs, mixed under was an ultrasonic frequency at 20,000Hz – a sound that humans can’t hear but dogs can.
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Gold - SDIA Project

Shalmor Avnon Amichay/ Y&R Tel Aviv
Issue 17 | December 2010

The challenge was to get people to listen to a message they didn’t want to hear. The medium which seemed best suited to the task was radio, using what radio is all about: music.
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Gold - Snowman

TEQUILA Auckland
Issue 17 | December 2010

TEQUILA Auckland wanted a Christmas card that would stand out from the ho ho ho hum
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Scirocco Cup AR Challenge

Ogilvy Beijing
Issue 17 | December 2010

VW was about to become the first car manufacturer to stage a series of racing events around China with professional drivers racing Sciroccos against each other.
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Silver - The Buzzing Postcard

DraftFCB Mexico City
Issue 17 | December 2010

SC Johnson wanted holiday-makers in popular tourist resorts to be aware that there are a lot of mosquitoes in those places and OFF! Repellent is the best way to deal with them.
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Silver - The last place you want to go

M&C Saatchi, London
Issue 17 | December 2010

The Dixons.co.uk site is single-minded in its objective to provide consumers with the very latest technology at the keenest prices. To do this, it uses a compelling price guarantee to match the key competition both on and offline. Though this may have provided a strong foundation for a low price proposition, it wasn’t enough to help create memorable advertising.
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The 200 yard gong

Saatchi and Saatchi London
Issue 17 | December 2010

To do well on the challenging courses of The European Tour, players need a more inventive and varied range of shots they can play. To bring this thought to life, the idea was to challenge top golfers to pull of near-impossible shots.
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Bombshell

Dialogue Dublin
Issue 16 | September 2010

There is one scene in the 2004 movie “Downfall”, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, which is much parodied. The agency thought they would do one more version in which Hitler berates his lackeys for their crappy parody even if the idea is cheap, fast and easy.
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Drama Queen

ATBWA/PHS Helsinki Finland
Issue 16 | September 2010

The idea was to give a good script to an inexperienced director and then put it up on Youtube and seed it in blogs read by production companies and film-school students, where it could inspire other equally inexperienced young film-makers to give the competition a go.
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How U Feelin?

Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 16 | September 2010

Using music and words, a fully interactive campaign was created around ‘mash-ups’. World famous musician Paul Hartnoll from Orbital and hot digital film director Dennis Liu recorded and filmed real kids expressing themselves in just a single word or sound.
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SDIA Project

Shalmor Avnon Amichay/ Y&R Tel Aviv
Issue 16 | September 2010

A band named SDIA was created and their first release was a song called ‘Going all the way’. This was sent it to all the radio stations, many of whom began to give it airtime. Many DJ’s began asking questions about the mystery band.
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