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By The Drum Team, Editorial

April 11, 2013 | 1 min read

This is a darned clever piece of work. To advertise a season of programmes about the 1980s, images from those years are displayed on an ever-turning Rubik's Cube - itself a potent symbol of that much-maligned decade. It's full of smart little ideas - none more so than the depiction of the Berlin Wall captured in our still image.

Some of the most creative work produced by advertising is a result of budgetary constraints and we sense that this is the case here - it can't have cost a great deal of money. Directorial team Hoku & Adam of Partizan have worked wonders with a superb idea out of The Corner and we salute them all.

Agency: The Corner

Creative: Joe Stamp / Tom Prendergast

Production Co: Partizan

Director: Hoku & Adam

Post Production: Partizan

Editing House: Partizan

Audio: Adelphoi / Scramble

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