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Adidas Olympics campaign by 180 Amsterdam. Creatives: Dean Maryon, Paulo Martins, Carlos Furnari. Photographer: Gus Powell
As the September issue of Creative Review is a student work special, featuring our favourites from this year’s crop of graduates, we were unable to put our usual amount of great new work in the magazine. Instead, we will be putting up posts of new work regularly online over the next few weeks. Here is the first, featuring some of the best advertising that has passed through CR Towers lately. First up, in honour of the Olympics, here is some print work from 180 Amsterdam for Adidas.

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