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Association Against Animal Abuse from Germany is joining the trend of making humans think how would it feel if they were the ones sacrificing their lives instead of animals. I don’t think this campaign is very original – or at least not as good as this one– but the message is clear and people should simply stop killing animals for fashion.

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Advertising Agency: Draftfcb, Hamburg, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Dirk Haeusermann
Creative Director: Bill Biancoli
Art Director: Vitali Nazarenus
Copywriter: David Akuffo
Photographer: Uwe Düttmann
Retouching: Peter Ruebenian
Music: Leenert Schrader
Editor: Philip Wachsmann
Web Developer: Jan Kuntoff (Freiland)
Published: January 2011

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I tried to find an interesting and romantic ad for Valentine’s day, but apparently many companies can’t be creative during this time of the year. Even though it is not officially a Valentine’s Day ad, I’m posting this one because it is funny, not cheesy and way better than posting something that has been done a trillion times.

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Ogilvy will probably win lots of awards with this campaign for WWF. It is a nice and simple concept that I am surprised nobody ever thought of it before. Let’s see if they come up with similar ads or posters in the future, but this one alone is amazing.

Via Copyranter

Last summer it was confirmed that the Old Spice guy was the most successful viral campaign of the year increasing sales by 110%. Well, they just released a new ad. It has the same idea and format than the previous one, but it is nice to see Old Spice trying to brand their fragrance with Isaiah Mustafa. It is a good idea, and it worked for others in the past.

Advertising should always be like this. This ad is perfect. It has everything that you should have in an advert. It is sexy, funny, memorable, and it explains the main benefit of using Pfister. Trust me; that is a brand I will remember now.

Agency: Walker, Zurich

Director: Ben Gregor

Via: Copyranter

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The 2012 Passat isn’t out yet, but it’s ad is. It isn’t as funny as they would like it to be, but anyone who pretended to be a character from Star Wars can identify with it. However, what did we learn about the Passat? Nothing.

I think this Fiat campaign is still my favorite.

Advertising Agency: Deutsch, USA