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MAA blast from the past: Nike Shox

Football fans invading the pitch have been no joke recently but once they were, captured for immortality in this 2003 Nike Shox ad from Wieden+Kennedy. Directed by the great Frank Budgen. Would such a script, originally from W+K in the ...

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MAA blast from the past: tabloid maestro the Sun

Talking of tabloid advertising (which we mentioned here) you’d expect the ultimate from, maybe, the ultimate tabloid – the Sun newspaper. Time was when Rupert Murdoch’s addition to culture used to shoot a new commercial at a studio in Hatton ...

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MAA blast from the past: Hamlet Extra Mild and the elusive horse condom

Droga5’s David Kolbusz bemoaned the (relative) absence of funny ads trying to sell at a Campaign breakfast, pointing to the remorseless tide of “purpose.” Another reason being that humour doesn’t play that well with awards juries. Hamlet, of course, is ...

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MAA blast from the past: The Appliance of Science

It isn’t just adland that’s transfixed by science these days, the pandemic has brought the men (and women) in white coats to all of us, even to the point of the UK government trumpeting “the science” at every opportunity, even ...

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