A magnificent, heartwarming, world-changing piece of work here from our pals in Chicago & Sydney, produced in India and Pakistan.
In 1971, Coca-Cola taught the world to sing through the iconic 'Hilltop' ad. Over 40 years later, the brand invited the people of India and Pakistan - two groups used to living with conflict - to share a simple moment of connection and joy with the help of technology. This world-first tech has a core of Humankind running right through it; this ad was over a year in the making - pure creativity without borders. Behold:
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A beautiful, colourful ambient campaign from Leo Burnett Toronto.
Welcome to the May edition of Knowing Leo’s, Knowing You, the continuing series of interviews with top Burnetters from around the world. Last month we interviewed Ranil De Silva, Managing Director of our Sri Lanka office. This month we are speaking with Raja Trad, CEO of LB MENA Group...
An eye-catching campaign for the APDI, from our buddies at Leo Burnett Bangkok.
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Lovely stuff here from our Stateside cousins - Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche performs a version of Reach Out, I'll Be There on Delta Faucets' new Touch-2-O touch-responsive taps. Clever.