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WCRS sprouts Christmas winner for Sky

Sky and agency WCRS have conjured up a variation on the Hans Christian Andersen tale The Princess and the Pea for Christmas, this one a young girl – with diva-ish tendencies – and that Marmite of the vegetable world, a ...

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Marks & Spencer produces a pointless Christmas

Once more into Christmas dear friends…Marks & Spencer seems to have given up the ghost this year, adapting its “The Art Of’ fashion campaign: Backed by some run of the mill food stuff: Maybe CEO Marc Bolland is right to ...

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Adam&eve and John Lewis risk all on a moon landing

Has John Lewis smashed Christmas again? It does have the man on the moon, a girl who befriends him and Oasis’ ‘Half The World Away’ by Norwegian warbler Aurora Aksnes. And most of the ingredients that have created a whole ...

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Carte Noire offers welcome happy spin on charity ads

For those of you already wearying of the relentless Christmas gloop we move to France for a diverting number by Embalada Paris for Carte Noire coffee’s support for a breast cancer charity. Why can’t we have charity ads in the ...

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Who’s the best at Christmas 2015 – Asda or Lidl?

We’ve had much here recently about ads lacking a convincing proposition so it’s good of Asda to underline the point with its new Christmas campaign from VCCP. In which ‘#Becauseitschristmas’ is the excuse for much pointless merriment. Asda still seems ...

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World exclusive! Ebenezer Scrooge on the Christmas ads

In another More About Advertising exclusive, guest reviewer Ebenezer Scrooge gives his opinion of a selection of the Christmas ads. First, Morrisons. Now I believe this to be a respectable food emporium but this ad seems to feature two men ...

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