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Exta no

Shackleton

Issue 49 | December 2018

Exta no

Shackleton
Issue 49 | December 2018

Spain's most popular music radio station wanted to do a special action for Valentine's Day
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2"45 Without Breathing

DDB Worldwide Colombia
Issue 47 | June 2018

On July 7th, 2017, Sofi´a Go´mez, a Colombian athlete sponsored by BBVA, dived 84 meters down into the sea to establish the new apnea world record
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Jade

J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam
Issue 47 | June 2018

Only 4% of car salespeople in the Opel dealership network are female, while almost half of all cars are bought by women.
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Light Therapy Display

Wenderfalck
Issue 47 | June 2018

Winters in Northern Europe are long and dark.
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Vent Inspection Ad

Grey Group Poland
Issue 47 | June 2018

Every year, more than a hundred people died of carbon monoxide poisoning in Poland, and nearly two thousand became seriously ill.
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Art Without Labels

BBDO New York
Issue 46 | March 2018

Most people had a limited vision of the art world.
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IKEA Pee Ad

Åkestam Holst, Stockholm
Issue 46 | March 2018

IKEA's successful brand concept "Where Life Happens" had proven itself creatively in a variety of ways across almost all media.
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There's nothing to celebrate yet

Ogilvy & Mather Costa Rica, San José
Issue 46 | March 2018

Long and excited goal celebrations were part of the culture of Costa Rican football broadcasting. G-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-al!
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A Series of Unfortunate Events, Launch

We Are Social
Issue 44 | September 2017

Netflix was launching 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' - a harrowing show about three orphaned children whose large inheritance is being pursued by an evil distant uncle, Count Olaf.
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Ad/sorbent

Ogilvy & Mather Italy
Issue 44 | September 2017

Advertising is often accused of being part of the problem – encouraging people to buy products which pollute the atmosphere and threaten the future.
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Foot Type Test Ad

Neogama
Issue 44 | September 2017

The Foot-Type Test ad was created using a thermochromatic ink that reacted to body heat.
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Play It Safe

McCann Worldgroup Bucharest
Issue 44 | September 2017

The World Health Organisation announced that 50% of young people listening to personal audio devices risk permanent damage to their ears.
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Candy Class

Grey Group India
Issue 40 | September 2016

Dharavi and other Mumbai slums are filled with the city's poorest residents but, despite their reputation, are surprisingly clean and ordered. Most children get some form of education but not, crucially, in English.
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Radio Message Service

Propeg
Issue 40 | September 2016

In Brazil, texting while driving is one of the main causes of car accidents.
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The Missing Anchorwoman

Serviceplan Campaign 2 GmbH
Issue 40 | September 2016

Worldwide, press freedom is a critical issue. Every year, around 170 journalists are kidnapped, tortured or murdered because they are reporting independently.
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Truth Detector

DM9DDB
Issue 40 | September 2016

Beset by economic and political crises, Brazil was also suffering a credibility shortfall. No-one believed anyone, even fellow citizens.
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Mother’s Day in Syria

Åkestam Holst
Issue 39 | June 2016

There were about 30,000 Syrian refugees in Sweden, many of whom had had to leave their families behind.
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Return of the blue pencil

Ogilvy Portugal
Issue 39 | June 2016

Following the detention of former prime minister José Sócrates on charges of corruption in November 2014, Portugal's leading newspaper, Correio da Manhã, published a series of news stories detailing and denouncing his illegal activities.
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The Second Scoreboard

J. Walter Thompson Costa Rica
Issue 39 | June 2016

For women in Costa Rica, when big football matches were televised, it could be a time of trouble.
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7-Eleven

Leo Burnett Melbourne
Issue 38 | March 2016

Slurpee BYO CUP Day was one day in the year when shoppers could bring any sort of receptacle to a 7-Eleven store and fill it with Slurpee, a frozen, slushy drink.
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Dead Air

Serviceplan Munich
Issue 38 | March 2016

In Germany there were 40.000 terminally ill children and young people.
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We Hear You

Leo Burnett Chicago
Issue 38 | March 2016

For the longest time, customers have been wishing for, dreaming about and demanding all-day access to McDonald's breakfast menu.
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White Wednesdays

Space
Issue 38 | March 2016

Arla Foods is the UK's largest farmer owned dairy group.
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Melbourne International Film Festival

McCann Melbourne
Issue 37 | December 2015

MIFF was a Melbourne institution with intense equity with discerning film goers.
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Own Board Magazine

FCB Milan
Issue 37 | December 2015

Tam wanted to show their customers how much they knew about them as individuals and how their attention to every passenger's personal needs and interests made them unique in terms of customer service.
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The Unbranded Ad

McCANN Tel Aviv
Issue 37 | December 2015

For about 50 years, Goldstar Beer's brand essence had been all about manhood, summed up in the line: "Thank god you're a man"
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Where all Minds Collide

McCann Melbourne
Issue 37 | December 2015

The University of Melbourne was more than just a place that you or your children might attend for higher education.
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A Sirious Safety Message

Saatchi & Saatchi Sweden
Issue 36 | September 2015

Android and Apple had both introduced features that allowed their users to talk to their phones without touching them.
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The Performer

Publicis Dubai
Issue 36 | September 2015

In the Middle East, Chrysler had a young ownership profile.
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Write a different story

Y&R Team Red Istanbul
Issue 36 | September 2015

Eastern Turkey was the poorest side of Turkey.
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