After their epic Grand Prix win at Cannes Lions 2014 for their offbeat radio ads for energy drink Lucozade, Ogilvy and Mather Johannesburg have released a series of follow-up ads in the same unconventional style but different mediums.
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Director Thabang Moleya once again showcases his talent in comedy and performance direction in another vibrant spot for DStv titled Die Trompet.
In the search for the ultimate refreshment Darling’s Chloe Coetsee and Ogilvy went as far as Lake Alta, New Zealand in the first of a series of commercials for Sprite.
In the latest TVC for Cadbury P.S. by Ogilvy & Mather Johannesburg, director Keith Rose sensitively illustrates the story of friends Lindi and Khanyi. Viewers are urged to further “Unwrap The Story”.
We’re almost there! The glorious summer holidays await. But while we’ve still got you captive at your screens, here’s the first of our 2014 highlights. For the first time we thought we’d kick things off analytically with a list of the posts that received the most page views this year.
This Is Africa (#tia) is a new campaign for DStv that’s all about showcasing the African continent in a positive light.
We’ve got lots to show you in Ads This Week. First up, for DStv, a loving dad to 3 daughters tries to catch the rugby game on a Saturday afternoon; the hugely popular Cadbury ‘Triplets’ campaign gets a sweet extension; hearts are racing for Garmin…
In Ads This Week we’re looking at the latest for KFC, Ballantine’s, Engen, Painblok and Vuzu.
A look at the winning projects and campaigns that won the biggest honours of the Loerie Awards 2014; Craft Gold, Gold and Grand Prix.
These were the winners of Craft certificates at the 2014 Loerie Awards. Enjoy looking, watching and listening.
Ahead of the Loerie Awards, we asked five Executive Creative Directors for their first thoughts on five advertising buzzwords. As illustrated by Ninjabreadboy.
In Ads This Week we’re looking, in horror, at great illustrated print ads for World Leisure Holidays, watching a pretty spot on 30 Seconds re-enactment for Nokia, looking at hundreds of roosters, babies and clocks in jars for Origin Dark Roast Coffee, watching choreography at -2.5°C for Castle Lite, cooking with friends and Woolworths, and viewing the latest edition to the DStv Feel Every Moment campaign.
ECD of Ogilvy Joburg, Mariana O’Kelly talks to us about inspiration, the advertising industry, and being an empowering creative leader.
In ‘Ads This Week’ we’ve got two campaigns about watching TV and two campaigns featuring unborn babies – in one we’re entertained by singing triplets and in the other a baby of a different species makes a surprise appearance.
Cadbury Dairy Milk’s new commercial ‘Triplets’ debuted on SA TV screens this week and features three unborn singing and dancing bundles of joy.