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Tic Tac Campaign Shows Everyone’s a Millionaire That Questions Their Friends

La Comunidad, the Buenos Aires office of innovative, cross-cultural agency the community, explores that very question in “Tic Tac Millionaires,” its new print campaign for Tic Tac. Now that Tic Tac comes in a 100-pack, everyone can walk in millionaires’ shoes and ponder their friends’ true motives.

Running in Argentina, this colorful, tongue-in-cheek campaign chronicles three scenes, each of which features a person questioning their peers’ motives. In the “Birthday” spot, a girl sits in front of her locker, questioning whether her classmate truly cares about her birthday or just wanted a Tic Tac. Similarly, the other two print spots, “Funny” and “Be Right,” feature a man at the laundromat wondering whether his friends truly find him funny, and a woman slouched on the train as she ponders whether she’s actually always right. The questions appear written out in bold, pastel typeface, with each figure scrutinizing the words.




“Tic Tac Millionaires” Team Credits
Agency: La Comunidad
Executive Creative Directors: Ramiro Raposo, Fernando Sosa
Creative Directors: Rodrigo Greco, Mariano Gamba
Creative Team: Carlos Quesquén Cortez, Daniel Pérez Galeano
Group Account Director: Sebastián Díaz
Account Director: Solange Blanco
Account Executive: Catalina Gay
Director of Production: Ramiro Capisto
Production Assistant: Sebastián García
Ilustrator: Andrés Yeah

Client: Ferrero Argentina
Brand: Tic Tac
South America Marketing Manager, Regional Brand Head: Sofía Tiscornia

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Tic Tac Campaign Shows Everyone’s a Millionaire That Questions Their Friends

La Comunidad, the Buenos Aires office of innovative, cross-cultural agency the community, explores that very question in “Tic Tac Millionaires,” its new print campaign for Tic Tac. Now that Tic Tac comes in a 100-pack, everyone can walk in millionaires’ shoes and ponder their friends’ true motives.

Running in Argentina, this colorful, tongue-in-cheek campaign chronicles three scenes, each of which features a person questioning their peers’ motives. In the “Birthday” spot, a girl sits in front of her locker, questioning whether her classmate truly cares about her birthday or just wanted a Tic Tac. Similarly, the other two print spots, “Funny” and “Be Right,” feature a man at the laundromat wondering whether his friends truly find him funny, and a woman slouched on the train as she ponders whether she’s actually always right. The questions appear written out in bold, pastel typeface, with each figure scrutinizing the words.




“Tic Tac Millionaires” Team Credits
Agency: La Comunidad
Executive Creative Directors: Ramiro Raposo, Fernando Sosa
Creative Directors: Rodrigo Greco, Mariano Gamba
Creative Team: Carlos Quesquén Cortez, Daniel Pérez Galeano
Group Account Director: Sebastián Díaz
Account Director: Solange Blanco
Account Executive: Catalina Gay
Director of Production: Ramiro Capisto
Production Assistant: Sebastián García
Ilustrator: Andrés Yeah

Client: Ferrero Argentina
Brand: Tic Tac
South America Marketing Manager, Regional Brand Head: Sofía Tiscornia

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Cambridge English for Acadomia by Les Gaulois


For 20 years, Acodomia has been the leading organisation for school support in France…
Acadomia offers support courses for primary, secondary, sixth-form and higher education through private lessons at home or intensive courses in small groups in the 110 Acadomia centers. 20,000 teachers follow nearly 100,000 pupils each year.

Acadomia develops a partnership with Cambridge English Language Assessment, department ofthe famous British university. It uses a playful and lively approach to English. The courses, organised inAcadomia centers, are run exclusively by teachers who are specially trained in this method and takeplace in small groups (8 students maximum). They end with a Cambridge English certification.



CREATIVE CREDITS:
AGENCY: LES GAULOIS
Chief Creative Officer: Xavier Beauregard
Art Director: Aurélien Bigot
Copy Writer: Benjamin Le Coz

PRODUCTION: WANDA
3D Prod: Jungler

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Cambridge English for Acadomia by Les Gaulois


For 20 years, Acodomia has been the leading organisation for school support in France…
Acadomia offers support courses for primary, secondary, sixth-form and higher education through private lessons at home or intensive courses in small groups in the 110 Acadomia centers. 20,000 teachers follow nearly 100,000 pupils each year.

Acadomia develops a partnership with Cambridge English Language Assessment, department ofthe famous British university. It uses a playful and lively approach to English. The courses, organised inAcadomia centers, are run exclusively by teachers who are specially trained in this method and takeplace in small groups (8 students maximum). They end with a Cambridge English certification.



CREATIVE CREDITS:
AGENCY: LES GAULOIS
Chief Creative Officer: Xavier Beauregard
Art Director: Aurélien Bigot
Copy Writer: Benjamin Le Coz

PRODUCTION: WANDA
3D Prod: Jungler

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Czech Beer Brand “Kozel” Screws With Your Eyes In New Print Ad Running In Russia


Czech beer brand “Kozel” together with Bootleg (part of BBDO Russia Group) advertising agency introduces “mixed” beer for a new advertising campaign for the Russian market. Mixing lager beer with porter is an old Czech tradition and a not so common way of drinking for Russian consumers. Drinking two sorts of beer together is not about complicated esthetic process but more about having fun.

To demonstrate this way of drinking vividly in OOH & Press, Bootleg used diplopia (double vision) effect, which could be easily achieved just by crossing your eyes. Two Kozel beer cups on the poster are placed symmetrically under the headline: “Try it mixed”. If you cross your eyes, two beer cups will start moving towards each other and meet at one point — lager cup will overlap the porter cup and the third “mixed cup” will appear.


CREATIVE CREDITS:
EFES RUS
Nataliya Elokhina — Marketing manager
Olesya Lazareva — Brand manager
Ekaterina Stavskaya — Brand executive

BOOTLEG (part of BBDO Russia Group)
Ekaterina Shenets — Managing Director
Alёsha Starodubov — Creative Director
Nikita Nikiforov — Sr. Copywriter
Arsen Mollakaev — Jr. Art Director
Alexey Kalyan — Jr. Copywriter
Vladimir Pervozvansky — Account Director
Olesya Paskhina — Account Manager
Boris Sorokin — Business Development Director
Ekaterina Garina — Corporate Project Manager

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Bubble Gum: Chew The Stress Away Print Ads via Nabaroski Egypt





The idea illustrates visually the intensity of flavors found in the new Bubble Chewing Gum brand. These flavors along with the chewing effect will relief any stress or pressure and transports the person into a relaxed tolerant one immersed only by its unique taste.

CREATIVE CREDITS:
Advertising Agency: Nabaroski Ad Store, Cairo, Egypt
Creative Director / Art Direction: Mohamed Nabarawy
Copywriter: Rania Gad

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Disneyland Paris: Paris Is Waiting For You Print Ads via BETC


Disneyland Paris, the city of Paris, and the Île-de-France Region are unveiling a new joint campaign to promote tourism in the area, highlighting the magic of Paris and its Region.

Disneyland Paris is Europe’s number one tourist destination, and is uniting with the City of Paris and the Île-de-France Region to give pride of place to France’s capital city through their first joint tourism ad campaign “Paris is waiting for you.” Favourite Disney characters such as Mickey and Minnie invite visitors from all over Europe to come and discover the magic of Paris. On February 24th, the campaign was officially unveiled by Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, Valérie Pécresse, President of the Île-de- France Region, and Catherine Powell, Présidente of Euro Disney S.A.S. The venue chosen was the Eiffel Tower, the international symbol of Paris.






The pull of Paris and its region contribute to the success of Disneyland Paris, and Disneyland Paris plays a part in the attractiveness of Île-de-France for tourists. More than 50% of foreign guests in the Disney parks also visit the capital city.

Valérie Pécresse, President of the Île-de-France region, commented “The Île-de-France Region is fully committed to bring tourists back to our region. We have three guideposts: promoting our destination, improving our welcome and providing more services to guests, and, lastly, increasing security. This is a major stake for attractiveness and employment in Île-de-France.”

“Disneyland Paris, the number one private destination in France, plays an important role in drawing tourists to Paris. The resort is a major economic player in our area, as it generates more 55,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs each year. Since the start of my term, we have also developed strong relationships in social action and solidarity, with a series of activities that allow young Parisians in difficult situations to enjoy the resort every year. For the 25th anniversary of this partnership, I am happy to reaffirm the City of Paris’ attachment to this world-class theme park,” added Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris.

“As the leader of tourism in Europe, we have a responsibility and we share an ambition with our partners: to promote the cultural, gastronomic, and architectural traditions of Paris and Île-de-France so that tourists continue to be enchanted,” said Catherine Powell, Présidente of Euro Disney S.A.S.

This campaign was also made possible through collaboration with the Galeries Lafayette department store, the Château de Fontainebleau and Chef Hélène Darroze, who agreed to lend their images to support the City of Paris and the Île-de-France Region to keep Paris attractive and maintain its reputation throughout France and Europe. Thanks to well-known partners such as Facebook, JC Decaux, SNCB, the Comité Régional du Tourisme, and Atout France, this campaign will be widely distributed across France and Europe.

The BETC agency, with BETC Corporate at the wheel, designed this original campaign where the splendour of famous sites from Paris and its region – including the Galeries Lafayette and the Château de Fontainebleau – comes together with the magic of the world of Disney.

Through the campaign, tourists will discover iconic landmarks of Paris and its region, as well as symbols of gastronomy, culture, and art, featuring several beloved Disney characters. The Paris version of this European campaign has been visible since February 22nd in different areas of Paris, welcoming foreign tourists to the city. The campaign will next be rolled out in London, Brussels, Madrid, and Barcelona from February 27th.

This unprecedented campaign celebrates 25 years of the close relationship that Disneyland® Paris has with France, alongside the City of Paris and the Île-de-France region. This is a formidable symbol of the strength and sustainability of the relationship that these key players in the tourism industry share in France and Europe.

CREATIVE CREDITS:
Brand: Disneyland Paris
Agency: BETC Corporate
Creative Director: Richard Desrousseaux
Creatives: Christophe Vino, Typhaine Royer
Photographer: Vincent Desailly
Illustrator: Beacon Creative

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