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Jeremy Garner of Weapon7 picks his Desert Island Ads

Jeremy Garner is executive creative director of London agency Weapon7. Prior to joining Weapon7 in 2008, Jeremy was the co-founder of London digital agencies Glue (1999) and BloodPartnership (2000). In its first 12 months BloodPartnership won awards at Cannes, D&AD, ...

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WCRS founder Robin Wight picks his Desert Island Ads

Robin Wight was one of the four founders of Wight Collins Rutherford Scott, one of the best-known and most highly-regarded UK agencies of the 1980s and beyond. WCRS produced ground-breaking campaigns for BMW, Carling and Orange among many others. He ...

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18 Feet & Rising’s Matt Keon picks his Desert Island Ads

Matt Keon is ECD and a co-founder of 18 Feet & Rising. Formerly a creative director at BMF Sydney and Fallon London, his work includes award-winning campaigns for Cadbury, Budweiser, the BBC and the Tate. Matt was part of a breakaway ...

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Sir John Hegarty of BBH picks his Desert Island Ads

Sir John Hegarty began his career as an art director at Benton & Bowles (he was later fired) and then moved to Cramer Saatchi and Saatchi & Saatchi before helping to launch TBWA in London. He founded Bartle Bogle Hegarty ...

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Vintage Route 66 Levi’s commercial from Adrian Lyne is an object lesson in how to create a great ad

Desert Island Ads here is an always an illuminating experience and sometimes you come across something you hadn’t seen and think: that’s just great. Michael Lee’s recent DIA selection was interesting all the way through and he kicked it off ...

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Andy Law picks his Desert Island Ads

Andy Law is chairman of innovation consultancy Fearlessly Frank. Prior to joining FF he helped to found some of London’s better creative agencies including St Luke’s and The Law Firm. Here’s his choice of, mostly, ads. Asked to pick my ...

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