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For Netflix's French launch, Ogilvy Paris created a reactive outdoor campaign featuring GIFs that would react to news. They used the gifs to promote both Netflix Original series as well as the stuff most of us want to watch. Fun!
This is the moment right before you make a presentation. Then there’s a moment after the moment, and like all presentations I got bored.
Nice CGI spot for Bonka coffee. Makes me wish I were in Spain enjoying a cup right now.
This crazy little ad for Molto featuring two twin babies arguing about the main features of Molto is super bizarro. Like just-- bizarro.
Aliens are arguing about Molto. As they do you know. This is so trippy and the colors are amazing.
This smells very much like Bud Light’s “taste great/less filling” from days of yore, but this greek campaign for Molto is so much weirder I will happily give it a pass.
Ford Explorer is so innovative even their ads are innovative. This case study shows how BBR Saatchi & Saatchi made some innovative print ads with the help of some QR codes.
Renting a car from Sixt? It's going to feel so good that a bear might lick honey off your face suggestively and then give you a -- wait for it-- bear hug.
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