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Six New Ads To Watch

This week we bring you a bumper collection of new spots, includings ads for Citizen Watches, Volvo, Rock The Vote, and the New York Donor Network, plus a brilliantly funny film for fashion magazine Vs., which sends up our narcissistic selfie culture. To kick us off though, here’s a striking new spot for Smirnoff…

Golden Gate Bridge 75th anniversary posters

On May 27 San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge celebrates its 75th anniversary. Working with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservatory, agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners has created a suitably grand poster campaign

Nice work for Nike, Hornbach, ESPN and more

Here’s a bumper crop of great new advertising and design work to help you on your way to the end of the working week. First up is a new web app from Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo which encourages users to bend and flex a pair of Nike Free shoes by pulling silly faces in front of your webcam…

Best slogans: your choices

We asked you to nominate your favourite slogans as resarch for an upcoming issue. Almost 200 of you responded: here, in no particular order, are some of the frontrunners so far

Cool Sh*t: New directions in advertising

Stunts, installations, neat tech ideas and UGC – advertising has been experimenting with all manner of new methods of engagement. Discovery Networks Europe’s Federico Gaggio and Patrick Burgoyne CR editor brought together some of the most significant of these ideas in a presentation for the Promax Conference. Here’s their overview of adland’s new directions

On thinking small

For decades advertising has put all its faith in the single ‘big idea’ but now that the cost of failure has been reduced, it’s time to scale down and spread your bets, argues Goodby Silverstein’s Gareth Kay…

CR August 2011 issue

If you are about to go on holiday or even just looking for a great read, the August issue of CR is the one for you with our pick of some of our favourite writing plus a Marion Deuchars profile


June’s best work includes The Battle of the Cheetos, Dr Pepper’s Facebook status takeover, and Robyn’s 3D online interactive video.


The best of October includes Duncan Channon’s packaging design for Farrier wine, Ikea’s kitchen party advert, Philips’ Wake up the Town project, and a book of Kevin Cummins’ iconic shots of Joy Division.


The best work from December includes independent arts magazine Elephant, Nike’s training club app, Nokia’s Poodle Loop and Three Drunk Monkey’s guide dog interview ad.

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