Creative

Opel Combo party time from Belgium’s LDV United

This one probably won’t be bothering awards juries later in the year too much (although it’s got an intriguing big interactive online campaign behind it where you set challenges for the Combo team) but it’s also got more life than ...

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DDB San Francisco tries faux porn for Liquid-Plumr

No it’s not a spelling mistake it is called Liquid-Plumr (yuk). Anyway back to the porn, sorry commercial. US agencies definitely seem to be getting braver unlike their UK counterparts, alas. Apart from Wieden+Kennedy’s various efforts for Arla Foods I ...

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Salma Hayek invites Americans to breakfast

There’s star quality and real star quality: The Artist has it (and a gaggle of well-deserved Oscars) and so does Actress Salma Hayek. And who better than the well-endowed Hollywood actress to front a new campaign from US milk producers ...

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Del Campo Saatchi launches ‘The Great Escape’ for award-winning Andes

Much-garlanded Buenos Aires agency Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi has produced the latest instalment in its Andes Beer campaign, ‘The Great Escape,’ this time promising to rescue people from events they don’t want to attend so they can go ...

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Now it’s Time for a Tiger global beer ad review

‘It’s Time for a Tiger’ has been the line for Asia Pacific Breweries’ Tiger beer ever since the 1930s (author Anthony Burgess even used it as the title of one of his books) and now Tiger is reviewing its global ...

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New Plan UK facial recognition charity poster cuts out men

That’ll learn ’em (us). Plan UK is a charity promoting the education of girls in impoverished countries and it’s the first UK client to use new ‘facial recognition’ posters that can tell if you’re a man or a woman (or ...

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New Kraft food boss Tony Vernon calls time on ‘tired marketers’

“There is no such thing as a mature brand, just tired marketers,” according to Tony Vernon (pictured) who is going to run the Kraft food business when the company splits into two next year. Current CEO Irene Rosenfeld will run ...

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