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TBWA Paris drops food and people for McDonald’s

It’s not often that print ads caused a stir these days – unless they’re deliberately setting out to do so, as with Gary Lineker’s recent foray for TM Lewin. TBWA Paris has succeeded in doing so with this campaign for ...

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TBWA Paris shows ‘creativity for good’ at the cinema

Taking someone with mental health issues – in this case autism – to the cinema can be a harrowing experience due to the response of others. So TBWA Paris is tackling the issue head on in a new campaign, Ciné-ma ...

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La Tentation de Nina launches with TBWA Paris winner

The quality of fragrance advertising seems to be on the up; WPP’s new bespoke Chanel agency Plus produced an interesting campaign featuring footage of Marilyn Monroe before Christmas and now DAN, the digital bit of TBWA Paris, has produced another ...

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TBWA Paris finds some ooh la la for McDonald’s

McDonald’s is still struggling to position itself in a global market that now offers fast food of every description, not just mass-produced burgers. This despite consistently producing advertising (in Europe anyway) that does just about everything right. Here’s a neat, ...

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TBWA Paris produces an apocalypse for Amnesty

“The arms trade kills 500,000 people a year.Help us regulate it,” says this new campaign from Amnesty International and TBWA Paris. Some hope you might say, but you can’t blame them for trying. It’s funny isn’t it, when economic times ...

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