Publicis Bogota produced this ad campaign to celebrate 120 years of Renault – and what a fun piece of work it is!
With illustrated examples of classic Renault cars from the past and their modern counterparts, this campaign’s style is undeniable. We love the kind of ‘old school rally’ illustration style used by the art director.
We love this campaign by Rocket Yard for PETA in Estonia. It uses the copy line, ‘Animal Rights. Human Wrongs.’ and shows how if the roles were reversed then the things humans do to animals can seem quite barbaric.
We especially love the attention to detail when it comes to the illustration in this campaign. Each execution is in a different style, which not only shows some smart thinking on behalf of the agency but also keeps the viewer interested.
What a great brief to get! Check out more of the campaign below.
For Gradex ’18 we created this Best of 2018 video, highlighting all of our achievements for the past year. What a year of highlights! With some incredible work being done by our students and some really great award wins and accolades, it was one of our best ever.
To let the public know about the new The Walking Dead themed ride at Thorpe Park, an amusement park in the UK, TBWA Manchester created these print executions. With a smart use of Negan’s bat (if you’ve watched the series… then you know) and a really fun zombie joke, we’ve got to say – these are just so right!
To show consumers that they were open for 24 hours, McDonald’s in Germany enlisted the help of Leo Burnett Berlin. With the iconic nature of McDonald’s menu items, they were able to ‘create’ them, using just the markings on a clock.
We love this campaign by Rethink Canada for Berlitz, a language school and training centre. It’s based off the insight that when you can’t join in a conversation, you can feel left out and feel like a piece of furniture. Such a great idea, with awesome art direction too.