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#SafetyForSafekeeper

Leo Burnett Beirut

Issue 59 | June 2021

It pays to experiment

Wunderman UK Part of Pulse Creative
Issue 41 | December 2016

Dream Team was one of the UK's favourite fantasy football games.
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Maternity package for an 11 year old

hasan & partners
Issue 41 | December 2016

In western countries it is very easy to close ones eyes to the problems in developing countries.
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Meet Graham

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Issue 41 | December 2016

TAC, the government-owned road safety authority for the state of Victoria, launched a new 'Safe System' strategy.
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Printed By Somerset

Leo Burnett Toronto
Issue 41 | December 2016

Somerset, a small printing shop in Mississauga, specializes in beautiful, high-quality printing.
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The Biggest Small Beer Ever Made

Victors & Spoils
Issue 41 | December 2016

The Brewers Association of America turned to Victors & Spoils to help put the spotlight on craft beer, the true symbol of American idealism, ingenuity and entrepreneurship, to combat big beer.
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Why a telecom operator started selling sunscreen

BBDO Brussels
Issue 41 | December 2016

Unexpectedly, Scarlet, a Telco in Belgium, started running ads on TV, on posters and online selling the Scarlet Snorkel set and Scarlet Sunscreen.
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#optoutside

Venables, Bell & Partners
Issue 40 | September 2016

Black Friday is the day after the U.S. Thanksgiving and is known as the biggest shopping day of the year.
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#RonsealAdBreak

BJL
Issue 40 | September 2016

DIY's not something most people want to take any interest in.
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38 Years Later

J. Walter Thompson Puerto Rico
Issue 40 | September 2016

Triple-S is one of Puerto Rico's leading health insurance providers.
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Amarok Social Test Drive

Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town
Issue 40 | September 2016

VW'S Amarok is a competent off-road utility vehicle and can carry a one-ton payload.
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Bees can find sugar where you least expect it

McCann Prague
Issue 40 | September 2016

Diabetes, largely caused by excessive consumption of sugar, is one of the world's fastest-growing diseases.
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Brave Cut

McCann Bucharest
Issue 40 | September 2016

In a country where a wig costs 4 times the average income, cancer doesn't just destroy a woman's health, it also destroys her dignity.
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Coins of Hope

These Days Wunderman
Issue 40 | September 2016

In Europe, a child is reported missing every two minutes. Most are found quickly. For others it takes weeks, months, even years.
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Emotion Capture Box

Publicis Conseil
Issue 40 | September 2016

Orange France wanted a Christmas promotion that would showcase its technological prowess and allow it to be a part of the season's joy.
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Give the rainbow

adam&eveDDB
Issue 40 | September 2016

As an impulse purchase, Skittles' communications are designed to keep the brand top of mind.
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Love like there’s no tomorrow

OgilvyOne Athens
Issue 40 | September 2016

In Greece, Lacta chocolate is associated with love and romance. But the country’s economic travails meant Greeks had fallen out of love with love, prioritising instead financial survival and getting by day to day.
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Mannschafts-WHOPPER®

Grabarz & Partner Werbeagentur GmbH
Issue 40 | September 2016

It was 20 years ago that Germany beat the Czech football team 2:1 at the legendary Wembley Stadium to become European football champions.
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Parallel Lives

CHI & Partners
Issue 40 | September 2016

The Prince’s Trust ‘Parallel Lives’ campaign, created by CHI&Partners, celebrates the charity’s 40th anniversary.
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SONIC Square Shakes

Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Issue 40 | September 2016

There are over 178 million photos tagged #food on Instagram (i.e. far too many) and growing all the time.
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The Eyes That Don’t Lie

Proximity Madrid, Spain
Issue 40 | September 2016

According to a study released by the Spanish Organisation of Consumers and Users (OCU) 6 in 10 people think that mechanics lie.
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Visa The Voice

BBDO And Proximity Shanghai
Issue 40 | September 2016

Today's young Chinese travellers are nothing like those that came before.
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#comeonin

DDB Sydney
Issue 39 | June 2016

Everybody who had ever been to Australia had dozens of snaps of the Sydney Opera House. It was one of the most pictured, Instagrammed architectural icons of the world.
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Cheers to a Legend

Leo Burnett Sydney
Issue 39 | June 2016

Diageo-owned Bundaberg Rum was commonly sold in rum-and-cola cans.
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Fashion For Real People

Leo Burnett Dubai
Issue 39 | June 2016

Fashion was a dictatorial business. If anyone wanted to feel fashionable, she had to look a certain way.
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Mein Kampf – gegen Rechts

Ogilvy & Mather Berlin
Issue 39 | June 2016

Seeking to oppose pressure on society from the right-wing and the republication of Hitler's inflammatory pamphlet
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Photo Coach

360i
Issue 39 | June 2016

Canon’s mission is to help everyone realize their creative vision, and to provide the tools and knowledge to make it a reality – in a way that informs and inspires.
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Skittles Holiday Pawn Shop

BBDO Toronto
Issue 39 | June 2016

Sales of Skittles tended to drop off during the December holiday period as buyers opted for more traditional sweets and candy.
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Street Santas

Shackleton
Issue 39 | June 2016

Christmas was a time for giving and surprises but also, where possible, spreading peace, love and goodwill.
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The Boys

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Issue 39 | June 2016

Bonds is the biggest underwear brand in Australia. For years it had little or no competition.
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The Fairest Night Of All

Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi Argentina
Issue 39 | June 2016

Andes claimed to be an authentic Argentine beer brand, with the main target market men aged between 18-24.
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