Tag Archives: best ads of 2016

Jules Chalkley of BMB: best ads of 2016

Best ads of 2016 Libresse – Blood I love the provocative nature of the idea. The expression in film is really striking and disruptive. Whilst other advertisers may go out of their way to avoid showing blood with graphics or ...

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David Miller of Red Brick Road: best ads of 2016

My choices of the year are taken from a shortlist that was as voted for by Red Brick Roaders – we have a monthly creative review session called ‘Redview’ when we peer over our competitor’s shoulders and pay respect to ...

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Nicolas Lautier of BETC Paris: best ads of 2016

Nicolas Lautier is creative director of BETC Paris. He joined recently from Ogilvy Paris where he spent seven years working on brands including Perrier, Scrabble, Coca-Cola and Ford. Jealousy is a good criteria when it comes to selecting the best ...

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Michael Lee of Madam: best US ads of 2016

Here’s a brief (and early) look back at the spots of 2016. No internet epics, no Superbowl blockbusters no Olympic tear jerkers, just the spots that run every day informing buyers, engaging audiences…… and selling products (and candidates). The unfashionable, ...

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Wieden+Kennedy’s Neil Christie: best ads of 2016

Not sure if these are the ‘best’ of the year, but the three that come to mind as grabbing my attention and holding it are: Virgin Media – Be the Fastest Hostelworld – In Da Hostel And the Tate press ...

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Greg Paull of R3 Worldwide: best ads of 2016

I would nominate three campaigns from probably the three largest advertisers in the world. The industry should be looking up to them, not down to award winning work for dog shelters and glue companies. Wieden’s P&G Olympic mum’s spot is ...

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Best ads of 2016: TalkTalk from CHI and two crackers from Mother win October

It’s amazing that ISP TalkTalk is still with us, given some of its past disasters (mostly self inflicted). CEO Dido Harding is still talking the talk though, succeeding in annoying BT’s Gavin Patterson no end with her (mostly justified) criticisms ...

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