Books that grow into trees after they’ve been read. What a great idea.
Lovely idea, feels a little too constructed in the way they unpack the stories, but the sentiment is bang on and a great way of adding yet another facet to our ongoing relationship with the hound.
Elaborately dressed story about miscommunication.
Good use of the innocence of toys to launch an attack on greed.
Big Winner at this year’s D&AD.
Rankin has some fun filmically, reminds me of Ellen Von Unworth a little.
Most food brands prefer their family advertising to be wholesome, hopefully mirroring the product, and leave the quirkiness to candy brands on a sugar high. But Droga5’s first campaign for Johnsonville upends that tradition—with ads that celebrate family in its most comically unusual forms.
This Ink Made From Smokers’ Lungs Increased Interest in Quitting by 500%. A morbidly effective campaign from BBDO Proximity Thailand.
Read David Griner’s article on Adweek>