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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC-BAD ROMANCE


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This ad is for National Geographic, and I really like how they compose this ad with unexpected scene.
By showing Albert Einstein playing Lady GaGa’s song on the violin, they try to show Einstein’s character that he likes to play the violin and he was kind of extraordinary in a short period of time, and the ad delivers its intention well.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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vacuum


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This print ads shows a vacuum catch a balloon on the billboard. It is funny to show the real thing direct on billboard.

Junior/ Aime Lu Fan Chen

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Ajinomoto CookDo


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This commercial really make me hungry when I look at it. The food it record seem so delicious. The idea are just showing how delicious the food is.

Junior/ Aime Lu Fan Chen

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EROTEX-NO WAY


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This ad catches metaphor and also humor at the same time. It makes people impressed and shows its message very well.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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KFC-HOT&SPICY


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By combining chicken with a fire, KFC shows their chicken tastes like a fire without any copy. Simple but so intense.

Junior/ Nuri Park

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Always: Like a girl


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The idea of this ad is very powerful and inspiring. It champions girls’ confidence, and tells people that “like a girl” should be amazing things, rather than something weak that destroys girls’ confidence.

Junior / Jolie

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Adoptify


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https://clios.com/awards/winner/direct/spotify/adoptify-39027

Humans love music. Dogs love music. This ad shows that dogs have personalities, similar to humans, relating us on an unexpected level. Their personality that matches the music listeners’ is a interesting way to advertise dog adoption. Adoptify brings together two things that people love – music and dogs – all in one place, making it easy and enjoyable for the adoption process.

Junior/Sophia Kwan

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A Thai Bank: The dream


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I like this ad for the reason that this is a encouraging story describing a boy saves money day by day for his dream product and give up all he wants to eat or play. Interestingly, when he finally has enough money to buy it, the price increases. There is a twist telling the message that saving is not enough and we should become a better person first.

Junior / Jolie

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US Bank: power of possible


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This ad tells us that all animal need their own freedom and space. When the dog read “No dogs allowed”, it looks very sad. The story is simple that owner move into a big house with the help of the bank, but it raises attention to pets’ rights that many people ignore.

Junior / Jolie