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Adcolor Awards - Color Adds Depth , 3D campaign shot by Mark Zibert

This real 3D campaign lead by Mark Figliulio and shot by Mark Zibert will bring forward some familiar faces making waves in diversity for the Ad Color awards, with the tagline: "Color Adds Depth". It also adds funky 3D glasses retro look to famous musicians like Charlie Gabriel of Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson of The Roots, and dancing kings like Harry Shum, Jr. of "GLEE". The 2012 ad color awards are held in VEGAS BABY, ahem, I mean, at the The Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas if you care to join.

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St Matthew in the City Church - We Don't Care Who's On Top / support the Marriage Amendment Bill

This billboard was created for St-Matthew-in-the-city Church to show their support for the Marriage Amendment Bill, which aims to legalise same-sex marriage in New Zealand. The rejected subline was "as long as we can watch". No I'm kidding.

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Honey & Hand Grenades - Simon+Associates design cigar packaging

At the 2012 IPCPR Trade Show, Viaje Founder Andre Farkas provided an overview of his upcoming cigar, the Viaje Honey and Hand Grenades (HHG). Inspiration for the name came from the cigar's profile describing a combination of sweetness and strength in the blend.

Simon+Associates found they had no problem at all extending the name into an equally sweet and strong design.

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DEMORGEN Reclame Erfgoed - the advertising heritage website

DEMORGEN and Famous in Brussels created the website reclame-erfgoed.be and explain it thusly.

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Oreo - Cheer up your lunch box - (2012)

Draftfcb in London has launched a new print, outdoor and TV campaign to promote the new Oreo Snack Packs, with two-biscuit portion packs that are ideal for lunchboxes*.

“The Snack Packs are a simple way for mothers to bring a moment of fun to their loved ones even when they’re not around,” said Toby Bevans, senior brand manager for Oreo UK.

The TV campaign develops the family scenarios first seen at the beginning of the year. As the central character attempts to pilfer one of his child’s prized Oreo biscuits, she rebukes him with the fact that the two biscuits cannot be shared or separated as they are best friends.

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Water Wigs - portraits of bald men with exploding water balloons

We don't usually point out pretty photography that isn't within an ad campaign, but Water Wigs is just too awesome to pass up. Shot by Tim Tadder who is based in Los Angeles, he explains the idea thusly:

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ThinkLA awards in pieces

"The problem with awards" Margaret explains "is that they have on statue when an entire team worked on something..." and on that thought alone, the rubiks cube like award for ThinkLA was born. With this new trophy design each member of the team can reveice a part of the award, and they can be displayed alone or together.

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NYT battle - Real Life game - NYT.fi

NYT.fi magazines motto is "right here, right now" and they wanted more eyballs on their website. Helsingin Sanomat responded by coming up with a battle concept, three teams lead by celebs had to complete tasks across the city of Helsinki in one day, and points given in the shape of like & shares on facebook were added to their score. Make a bus driver laugh. Breakdance in the central station. Freestyle rap to someone over 50. Collect five kisses from strangers. As the teams sped through their tasks, the clips generated brought the traffic to NYT.fi.

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Faber Castell - Munch's "The scream" & Van Gogh’s "Terrace Cafe at Night" recreated

Here's somethig that's a lot more complicated than the rather nifty framed Crayola monogram in @adland's image feed - Faber Castell created "the scream" in cut bits of colorful Faber Castell's.

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Graham Fink with shedloads of awards
John Hegarty - with Paul Smith suit!
Lord Bell
Justin Tindall
Johnny Hornby
Jeremy Bullmore
 

the IPA made Adland Lego figures, collect them all!

Top old blokes of advertising, sorry, leading industry figures including Sir Martin Sorrell, Sir John Hegarty, Lord Bell, Johnny Hornby and Jeremy Bullmore, have been immortalized in Lego as part of a ‘build your career’ campaign to highlight the high calibre of speakers that the IPA’s 44 Club attracts. SO cute.

The Lego figures, created by 44 Club committee member and Leo Burnett creative Ben Gough and photographed by Adrian Burke, will appear on a series of postcards to be sent to the industry’s HR managers and those new to the industry.

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