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Budweiser-TagWords


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Budweiser really took advantage of the current culture and combine it with pop culture. Letting people Google the keywords is a very interactive and creative idea.

Junior/Elaine Li

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Meet Graham


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As much as we like to think we’re invincible, we’re not. People created Graham to show that our bodies cannot bear the impact of a car accident.

Junior/Elaine

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Deserted — Progressive Insurance


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Progressive Insurance has a series of these ads with the same actors and characters. They have a funny story line for each of the ad, I thought it was a quiet funny ad when I saw it at a cinema. It made me wanna check it again online. I love how the last guy answered the question.

Junior/Christy

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Pregnancy Pause


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A really cool campaign that sheds light to an issue in the US, that not many people are aware of. The idea of filling those gap years by saying you were working as a mother, is a really creative way to kind of say F U to companies who don’t gives moms time off to take care of their babies.

Junior/Cailin Shymko

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IKEA — Every Other Week


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I like this ad because it talks about families from a different perspective. The topic of divorce can be quiet tricky, but IKEA turned this issue into something sweet. Ikea is “right there where life happens, whatever happens—and is not afraid to show it like it is”.

Agency: Åkestam Holst
Junior/Christy

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smart — Shock


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I like this ad because it’s funny, and entertaining.It’s smart how they are using this concept to promote their message “driving the smart forfour feels so much like driving the iconic smart fortwo that you forget you have a back seat”.

BBDO Group Germany GmbH
Junior/Christy