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Ogilvy’s Refugee Nation is big One Show winner, McCann New York is top agency

The New York One Show’s Best of Show award has gone to Cross-Platform winner Refugee Nation for Amnesty International from Ogilvy New York. The campaign celebrates 2016’s first Olympics team for refugees. Event organiser One Club CEO Kevin Swanepoel says: ...

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AMV’s Alex Grieve and Adrian Rossi: our Top Tips for Cannes

Alex Grieve and Adrian Rossi are executive creative directors of AMV BBDO in London. A friend in the business said to us about Cannes: “The standard of work this year is the worst it’s ever been.” He then proceeded to ...

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Vivendi deal for Havas creates new adland giant

The ad world now has a big new player, French music to Canal+ operator Vivendi which is buying the Bolloré family’s 60 per cent stake in Havas in a €2.3bn cash deal. Vivendi, led by paterfamilias Vincent (below with sons ...

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W+K unveils anarchic new campaign for TK Maxx

TK Maxx, which describes itself as a “labels-for-less” retailer, is launching a big new campaign from Wieden+Kennedy: ‘Why would anyone shop at TK Maxx?’ It’s brave to acknowledge that TK Maxx can be a somewhat haphazard emporium. Does the campaign ...

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Y&R reveals creepy nature of social media for Movistar

Social media is awash with fake profiles it seems and this lies behind Telefonica brand Movistar’s viral hit from Y&R Mexico. It starts as a rather saccharine love story and develops into…something rather different Niftily directed by Andrew Lang for ...

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Droga5 chosen to get Secret Escapes back on track

Droga5’s progress in London continues apace (maybe it was kidding us all for the first few years) with new win Secret Escapes, the travel operator that offers posh hotels for plebs (paraphrasing here a bit). Secret Escapes made quite an ...

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Wunderman’s Ian Haworth: my Top Tips for Cannes

Ian Haworth is executive creative director of Wunderman EMEA. He began his career in advertising as a tea boy at an art studio before becoming the creative lead at DMB&B London, Saatchi & Saatchi Wellington (NZ), Tequila London and global ...

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Ming unveils spectacular creative winners for Polaroid

Linus Karlsson’s New York-based Ming Utility and Entertainment Group – “more entertainment, less ads” as Karlsson puts it – is relaunching Polaroid Eyeware, 80 years after the ground-breaking business started. Ming’s Geisel Productions produced the recent return of Clive Owen ...

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Skittles goes cringe-worthily umbilical for Mother’s Day

We’re all for pushing boundaries in ads but maybe Mars’ Skittles and DDB Chicago have pushed a bit too hard in this new Mother’s Day ad, ‘Umbilical.’ It’s caused a massive outbreak of yuk in the twittersphere – but that’s ...

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Brian Cooper of Oliver: my Top Tips for Cannes

Brian Cooper is chief creative officer of global on-site agency network Oliver Group. My Top Tips for Cannes The real sport with Cannes is no longer guessing who is going to win, but guessing who is going to win what. ...

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