Hipster musicians perform “O Canada” with instruments made from Molson Canadian bottles and cans, just in time for Canada Day. Their countrymen must be so proud. Agency: Rethink.
There are still a couple of days for an American beer to post a response. But instead of the Star Spangled Banner, pick a song that's a more accurate National Anthem. Like "You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Party." Coors? Bud? Brooklyn? Who's up to the challenge?
One day in August, preschoolers will decorate a shop window in Stockholm. The first to figure out what they build will win 5000 Swiss Kroners ($712 USD) worth of Duplo. This spot gives some hints. This is smart because it invites parents to play, and they’re the ones who buy toys. And who would want more than $712 worth of Duplos?
It appears that anyone can indeed upgrade. I think that Dean Gaffney is British B-list celeb like you might find here on "Celebrity Apprentice." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_Gaffney Agency: Adam & Eve. Director: Guy Manwaring. Via: Campaign.
Ads of the Worlds explains, “MER is Sweden’s most popular non-carbonated juice drink. The creative concept ‘Love MER’ (‘mer’ means more in Swedish) is the foundation for the latest campaign ‘The Lovinator.’” Agency: McCann, Stockholm. Director: Tobias Bergman.
From Adweek: Jonathan Mak Long, the 20-year-old Hong Kong design student whose logo tribute to Steve Jobs rocketed around the world last year, has now added an Outdoor Grand Prix at Cannes to his résumé—for a Coke poster that Ogilvy Shanghai commissioned after seeing the Jobs image.
Also winning the Grand Prix, the "invisible Mercedes" featured here March 5th:
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