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Ads of the Week

Here are our favourite ads this week, opening with a glossy new spot for Lexus featuring a hoverboard. Yes, a hoverboard! Finally, Back To The Future fans, it’s here! Well, sort of…

Ads of the Week

From humour to heartbreak to hyperbole, our Ads of the Week have a bit of everything. Dig in.

Ads of the Week

It’s hot, and the British are bothered. But to keep you chuckling while you boil, here’s a comedy-filled Ads of the Week…

Cannes Lions 2015: The winners and some reflections

Well it’s all over for Cannes Lions for another year. The juries have deliberated, an unspeakable amount of rosé has been drunk, and it’s time to round up the major winners. Brace yourself, there are a lot…

Ads of the Week

Lots of cinematic ads to share with you this week, beginning with this striking film for HSBC from Grey London, which charts the four-decade journey of a business without leaving the office lift…

WWF launches emoji-based fundraising campaign

WWF has this week launched a clever campaign using Twitter to help raise funds for the charity. Created by Wieden + Kennedy London, it identifies all the emoji animals that are endangered, and then encourages participants to pay 10p for each time they use them in a tweet…

New Honda ad mixes science and emotion

Honda has been producing some technical beauties in its advertising of late. First we had mcGarrybowen London and Chris Palmer’s neverending ad for the CR-V, and now Wieden + Kennedy London has teamed up with director Johnny Hardstaff to create a spot for the Civic which aims to emphasise how the brand’s precision engineering can add up to an emotional ride…

Ads of the Week

Opening this week’s new ad round up is a powerful film from TBWA London for the charity Ataxia UK, which uses a striking visual effect to demonstrate the struggles that sufferers face…

The CR Annual 2015 – Best in Book

Here are this year’s Best in Book – those projects deemed by our judges to be of special merit selected from our showcase of outstanding work in visual communications over the past year

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NAO (National Audit Office)