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Kit-Kat Headphones

Creative Credits:Advertising Agency: JWT, London, United KingdomExecutive Creative Director: Russell RamseyCreative: Craig Hunt, James HumphreysAccount Director: Brooke CurtisProject Manager: Helena WellsMedia Agency: Ocean OutdoorPhotographer: Sara Mo...

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GloryParis – Who would want a world without paper ?





GloryParis Agency has created a concept for Humanoïde that seeks to prove that print still has a future.
How? They have convinced Humanoïde to tear out a single page from the new issue of their magazine.
By selling a magazine with a page that’s been ripped out, Glory Paris wants to show that turning a paper page is still a special kind of pleasure.

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“See It All From The Inside” – Grey London Celebrates The Sunday Times Film & Screen Season






To celebrate News UK’s The Sunday Times’ inaugural Film & Screen Season, creative agency Grey London, part of WPP’s Team News has created an eye-catching series of posters to bring readers the insider’s guide to film – quite literally.

The beautifully minimalist posters – which will run in-paper and online – imagine scenes from some of the world’s most-iconic films through the eyes of their protagonists: A spider’s-eye view of New York City, a robotic snapshot of Tatooine, Raoul Duke’s dusty, aviator-clad road to Las Vegas, and the wide-eyed wonder of the Minions

The series will be concluded with a one-off execution to coincide with the paper’s Oscars special, which depicts big screen icons concealed, in the style of Russian Dolls, within a golden Academy Award.

February sees The Sunday Times, together with The Times, bring readers a whole month dedicated to their exclusive film and screen season through editorial content, Membership offers and exclusives. This insider’s guide to film flips the way we look at the medium and analyses not just what is on the screen, but what lies behind it – enabling readers to ‘see it all from the inside’.

Creative Credits:
Project name: The Sunday Times Film and Screen Season
Advertising Agency: Grey, London
Client: Nick Stringer – Chief Creative Officer, News UK.
Jodie Jenkins – Head of Marketing, The Times & The Sunday Times
Claudia Collins –Marketing Manager, The Times & The Sunday Times
Deputy Executive Creative Director: Dave Monk
Creatives: 'Eyes' - Ben Buswell (Copywriter) & Andrew Singleton (Art Director);
‘Heads’ – Peter Giblin (Copywriter) & Alex Dunning (Art Director)
Account team: Eleni Sarla – Managing Partner
Tim Rogowski – Account Director
Michelle Neads – Account Director
Creative producer: Martin McGinn
Planners: Chris Whitson, Mike Lean
Illustrator: Tracie Ching
Designer: Greyworks

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“Many Cooks” – Introducing the 4A’s Partner Awards


The 4A’s, the premiere association representing the advertising agency business in the U.S., is launching a national ad campaign to promote the organization’s new Partner Awards. The ad cleverly speaks to the value and importance of creative collaborations in the advertising and agency business, but also the potential pitfalls.

Creative Credits:  
Advertising Agency: CP+B, USA
Photographer: Bryce Boyer
Retoucher: Mando-Matic
Art Director: Keli Hogsett
Senior Copywriter: Aaron Sanchez
Executive Creative Director: Evan Fry
Art Producer: Lindsey Linkow
Group Executive Art Producer: Lisa Lee
Photo Producer: Lisa Schrag
Digital Tech: Wes Ferguson
Asset Producer: Eva Hunter
Project Management: Zach Granowitz, Gene Karaffa
Studio Artists: Andrea Perry, Darryl Tait, Emily Einheit

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For self-portraits. Not selfies. Samsung NX mini “Masterpiece”





For self-portraits. Not selfies.
The NX mini with a 3-inch flip-up display and interchangeable wide-aperture lens.

Creative Credits:
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Switzerland, Zürich, Switzerland
Creative Director: Axel Eckstein
Art Directors: Johannes Dörig, Pedro Moosmann
Copywriter: Fabian Windhager
Photographer: Fredrik Ödman

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