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What Jerry Seinfeld thinks of advertising

What Jerry Seinfeld thinks of advertising

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld won a CLIO for something or other the other day (guess that was the only way they could ensure he turned up and made a speech). These honorary awards are truly ludicrous – Cannes now has ‘Lion ...

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CLIO Awards round up the usual (Cannes) suspects

CLIO Awards round up the usual (Cannes) suspects

The 55th CLIO Awards in New York has named its various ‘Grand Clio’ winners and they’re as you would expect: Creative Artists Agency for Chipotle’s ‘Scarecrow, ‘Adam&Eve DDB for Harvey Nichols’ ‘I Spent it On Myself’ and Ogilvy One for ...

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Michael Lee: is it time for clients to show at Cannes?

Michael Lee: is it time for clients to show at Cannes?

I spent a very intriguing, educational, eye-opening, exhausting, and of course pleasant (it is the Cote d’Azur after all) few days at the Cannes Festival of Creativity recently. This year, it was bigger than ever, some say too big. (I ...

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An insight into what Sir Martin Sorrell really thinks

An insight into what Sir Martin Sorrell really thinks

Here’s an interesting little interview with WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell at last week’s Cannes Lions, courtesy of The Drum. He’s talking about creativity (kitted out creatively in a Brazil football shirt signed by Pele). Maybe he’s tired – he looks ...

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Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Good to see that Campaign could still throw a pretty good party at last week’s Cannes Lions. And doesn’t the logo/typography (on the sail-type banners) still look great? Almost a lost art of course, and all thanks to eccentric Swiss ...

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Google boss reveals..world according to Google

Google boss reveals..world according to Google

Cannes 2014: You always have to take any talk by Google at a conference like this with a relative pinch of salt. There’ll be a few mushy films designed to tug at the heart-strings, a lot of big claims, and ...

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