The Red Brick Road’s David Miller: the best ads of 2014

David-Bio1-150x150Miller (left) started his career with the Ogilvy Group working on the EMEA American Express account. After a few years in the UK, he moved to Asia and ran the regional marketing accounts for Nestle and DHL, based in Kuala Lumpur. After a period as a board director at Proximity London, he joined TRBR in 2008. In 2010 he was appointed managing director of the agency and is now a partner/owner following a management buyout.


The best ads of 2014


Honda: Sound of Honda/Ayrton Senna
I’ve always believed in ‘data-driven-communications’, but never seen such a beautiful, moving rendition of the principle before. Exhilarating data visualisation.


Sunday Times: Icons

It’s like a 2014 reimagining of Honda’s Cog, but with the mechanical made personal. Neat.


IKEA: Beds
This spot took my vertigo and transformed it into a nightmare! Unforgettable advert which is exquisitely executed. Gives me beautiful nightmares.


Save the Children: Shocking Seconds

It’s so hard to create genuine empathy in our desensitised world. This nails it. Chilling, heartwarming, arresting.


Lidl: List
Shows how a long copy ad can get straight to the point.

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