Last week a new army recruitment campaign caused a furore after a series of animations were released. Now that the full campaign is out, it’s slightly difficult to see what all the fuss was about.
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Wieden + Kennedy New York has teamed up with artists Maurizio Cattelan and PierPaolo Ferrari to create this vibrant campaign for OkCupid, which tackles some of the downsides of dating apps.
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