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Issue 58 | March 2021

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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Red Flag - Cadbury Canada

Ogilvy Shanghai
Issue 18 | March 2011

The RED FLAG Movement is an innovative, integrated campaign to build North Face’s positioning as the pioneering outdoor brand, by bringing the outdoor lifestyle closer to a wider Chinese audience. The target audience were invited to become explorers right where they lived.
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The Bicycle Factory - Cadbury Canada

The Hive, Canada
Issue 18 | March 2011

The Agency wanted to connect with consumers by sharing their passion for wanting to have a little more joy in the world. The Bicycle Factory concept was created to involve all of Cadbury Canada’s products, from gum to chocolate to candy into one compelling program that would capture Canadians’ imagination, demonstrating the Company’s commitment to making positive change in the world.
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The Big Picture Project

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Issue 18 | March 2011

Aviva tracked down customers who had stories to tell about how they had been helped and reunited them with the staff who dealt with their claims. The resulting portraits, by iconic photographer Patric Shaw, were turned into ‘big pictures’ on skyscrapers, on supersize billboards, in lightbox installations and giant banners, effectively creating the world’s biggest portrait gallery.
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Ticket to Ride

Story UK
Issue 18 | March 2011

10 years ago, Ardbeg was a distillery on its uppers but is now the fastest-growing malt whisky in its sector. The intention behind Rollercoaster was not just to celebrate the survival and success of Ardbeg but to develop the Committee and strengthen the brand for more ambitious programmes to come.
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Tree Detective - SCA Triple Velvet

Chemistry Communications, London
Issue 18 | March 2011

To support the message about replanting three trees for every one used, the agency created an ‘edu-taining’ learning experience called the ‘Triple Velvet Tree Detective’. A national roadshow and a website featured Baby MD, the spokesperson for Triple Velvet in all the TV ads.
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Beanstalk

Partners Andrews Aldridge
Issue 17 | December 2010

The agency re-wrote the famous children’s story of Jack and the Beanstalk, making it all about the birthday child. The book was personalised throughout so every child could imagine themselves climbing through the clouds to a magical world.
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Capable

Shackleton
Issue 17 | December 2010

What started out as a conventional direct marketing campaign to raise public awareness with a budget for 20-second DRTV spots, became an engrossing documentary featuring Ferran Adrià, founder and chef of El Bulli, the most prestigious restaurant in Spain; Marcos de Quinto, president of Coca Cola Iberia; and María Garaña, president of Microsoft Ibérica.
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Long Live The Resistance – The Musical

Shackleton
Issue 17 | December 2010

In partnership with the music radio station 40 Principales, the idea was to create a musical called “Viva La Resistencia”, an unbeat portrayal of the fight against cancer that both informed and instructed.
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Share House

Wunderman Sydney
Issue 17 | December 2010

Instead of targeting the larger audience, the agency opted to target the smaller student audience and try to get them to take up and spread the message.
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Shrimps & The Dip

Red Urban GmbH
Issue 17 | December 2010

McDonald’s core target audience is becoming increasingly hard to reach through conventional media channels. So the idea was to reach them through music. First a video clip was created of a band called Shrimps and The Dip singing “I want a shrimp from you”.
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The Journal – Self Help Programme

Draftfcb New Zealand
Issue 17 | December 2010

Rugby legend John Kirwan, himself a sufferer, not only appeared in the TV commercial driving visitors to the site but also their guide through the six stages of dealing with depression.
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The Megane Experiment

Issue 17 | December 2010

The Renault Mégane sells well in France, the home of joie de vivre. So a very public and controversial experiment was conducted to prove this statistical observation: towns with higher Mégane sales tend to have more joie de vivre. The Megane Experiment campaign asked, ‘Can a car change a town?’
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You know, we know

Proximity London
Issue 17 | December 2010

The challenge was to get students to see the laptop IS a TV and convince them they needed a licence. But not by threatening them, rather by inspiring them to get one not just because it’s the law but because they love what it pays for.
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13th Street Cuisine

Shackleton Madrid
Issue 16 | September 2010

13th Street Cuisine was a restaurant open to the public for a month in which the famous chef Darío Barrio, with input from the agency, created an ironic menu of dishes, which reflected the channel's themes.
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EOS Photo5

Leo Burnett Sydney
Issue 16 | September 2010

The initiative began with an invitation to amateur photographers in Australia who used the Canon EOS to claim their own PHOTO5 box. Opening up the brown cardboard box mailed to them, photographers found five objects.
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Recode - Decode

[email protected]/Y&R
Issue 16 | September 2010

World-famous digital artist Karsten Schmidt created an interactive art application which people could use to create their own unique digital masterpiece. The best Recodes were used in the advertising.
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Support Scent

nn
Issue 16 | September 2010

Support Scent was a fragrance created with the help of KIT Cosmetics, who donated their expertise to formulate, package and bring it to market, selling for $5 a time through MYER, Australia’s largest department store chain, other cosmetics stores and online. All proceeds go to Guide Dogs Australia.
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Do you have what it takes?

DDB Stockholm
Issue 15 | June 2010

Earlier campaigns had shown that the core target audience can’t resist a challenge so the idea was to test their ability to work in groups, because that’s how they would have to work in the armed forces, as part of a team.
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Help the Oversharers

Wunderman London
Issue 15 | June 2010

The campaign was launched on Facebook, the epicentre of oversharing, with some unique Facebook functionality. People who downloaded the Pringles plugin, when they saw a friend’s silly status, just needed to click the Overshare button. This generated a customisable message that directed the friend to the ‘Help the Oversharers’ website (www.helptheoversharers.com) to play around with more cool content.
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Love in Action

OgilvyOne Worldwide, Athens
Issue 15 | June 2010

The campaign launched with a series of TV spots inviting people to submit their personal love stories to the Lacta website. The hope was that around 100 people might share their stories but in the end some 1,307 love stories were uploaded.
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Roar for the Tiger

Ogilvy Russia
Issue 15 | June 2010

Four Russian celebrities/ambassadors, who in their own way have a real connection and passion with the great Amur Tigers, were asked to speak up on behalf of the endangered beasts. In the commercials and online films, they do not speak but they roar, as if they are tigers.
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Valentine “Make A Move”

Leo Burnett, Beirut
Issue 15 | June 2010

Two months before St. Valentine’s Day, an anonymous blog was posted at ivysays.com. Tweeting and blogging about single life in Beirut, Ivy became the local Carrie Bradshaw and quickly gathered an enthusiastic following amongst young single women.
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Yellow Chocolate

AIM Proximity, Auckland
Issue 15 | June 2010

Regular New Zealander Josh was invited to create and launch a chocolate bar to New Zealand that tasted of yellow using only businesses he could find in Yellow to help him. TV spots highlighted his progress, pointing consumers to his website to watch webisodes, chat, make suggestions, and learn about the businesses that were supporting him. They could also join his fan page on Facebook and sign up for tweets.
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How Don Are you?

DraftFCB New Zealand
Issue 14 | March 2010

In the series, Don Draper smokes, drinks and shags like there’s no tomorrow. The insight was that, if they were honest, most guys would like to be more than a little like Don.
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Josh’s Band

Saatchi & Saatchi, London
Issue 14 | March 2010

The agency started by interviewing the general public on the streets of Manchester and London about what they would do with free texts and internet for life. While filming these vox-pops on Brick Lane in London, a young man called Josh said he’d use his free texts and free internet to start a superband.
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One Shot for Glory

Clemenger BBDO
Issue 14 | March 2010

The proposition was, ‘Come to the match and join us in the biggest team photograph ever taken’. It was, literally, one shot for glory.
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Operation Free Petrol

Proximity BBDO Belgium
Issue 14 | March 2010

Consumers feel the credit crunch most at the petrol station, where they are often shocked by the rising cost of fuel.
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Start Thinking Soldier

Publicis/Publicis Modem London
Issue 14 | March 2010

To influence those who were not already interested in the Army required a completely new communications model. Somehow the idea had to buy the time to build a relationship with these more distant prospects.
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Whale Song

M&C Saatchi/Mark, Sydney
Issue 13 | December 2009

Whale Song – Mark/M&C Saatchi, Syndey Optus Australians were invited to compose their very own whale music
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