Video screenshot via Burger King
In addition to the Super Bowl there may be only one episode of the year when everyone is barking at the ad after the ad. The time is here again when the Cannes Lions Creativity Festival has announced its Grand Prix winner for 2021.
Despite lock restrictions that would have narrowed down their style, brand, and advertiser continued to show and created the most compelling campaigns of recent times. Given the reactivity of advertising, the COVID-19 pandemic will inevitably be surrounded by a number of initiatives that provide humor and hope to bullies at home.
Peek some of the most exciting initiatives in the advertising world from the past year, and see the full range of Grand Prix winners Campaign.
Sinyi Realty’s In love we trust, created by Dentsu Mcgarrybowen Taiwan
Taiwan’s most shared ad by 2020 will address the growing divorce rate and urge young people to overcome the fear of commitment.
Lapland house Salla 2032, created by Africa DDB
What a look to be on the field to allow the city of Salla in Finland to host the 2032 Summer Olympics proves to be a request for help to save the climate.
Body shape and Libresse #WombStories, created by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Ad The purpose is to illustrate the pain that women experience during menstruation and childbirth.
Niken Crazy dreams, created by Wieden & Kennedy Portland
H&M Looop, created by AKQA
Tinder’s apocalyptic, interactive Sweep the night experience, created by 72andSunny
Sweep the night Is apocalyptic choose your own adventure experience, integrated into the application. User selections are added to their profiles to help them break the ice on dates.
Mastercardin Real name, created by McCann New York
In this hopeful video Mastercard encourages transgender and non-binary cardholders to embrace their identities and display their chosen names.
Burger King’s Moldy Whopper, created by Ingo, David Miami and Publicis Romania
Who could forget this natural moldy Whopper from Burger King?
Heineken Shutters, created by Publicis Milan