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Leo Burnett turns to heartless Henry for Crunchy Nut

Sighs of relief all round – an ad with no heart at all. In the latest instalment of Leo Burnett’s long-running series for Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut we have our two hapless ‘heroes’ accompanying Henry Vlll on a deer hunt – ...

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BBDO produces landmark ‘Twins’ ad for Guinness

Guinness is producing some amazing advertising these days via the BBDO network (including AMV/BBDO in London) and here’s one from New York, featuring twin sisters, one of whom is competing in the Winter Olympics and one who isn’t – but ...

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VW strays to Argonaut for Super Bowl campaign

Here’s another early-breaking Super Bowl winner, this time for for Volkswagen, plugging the longevity of its cars. Who said the Germans couldn’t laugh at themselves? Actually they do it quite a lot in car ads. Interestingly this rather finely-crafted effort ...

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‘Writers agency’ HHM makes mark for prostate cancer

We’ve often criticised charity ads here for having only one idea: show some suffering and try to tug at the nearest (probably overought) heartstring. Here’s a rather more imaginative effort for Prostate Cancer UK, from newish agency Holmes Hobbs Marcantonio, ...

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Karmarama launches BBC World War One package

London agency Karmarama is off into the trenches with a film to launch the BBC’s collection of programmes marking the centenary of World War One in 1914, the one that was supposed to be over by Christmas. The 1914-18 conflict ...

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