Ads of the Week: Cadbury champions sign language and Virgin creates giant 4D mouth
This week, Cadbury Fingers encouraged us all to learn some sign language, Virgin Media created an interactive 4D mouth to promote its streaming service and Subway’s 3D billboard enabled virtual sandwich-making.
The Cadbury Fingers campaign / VCCP
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Cadbury Fingers: Sign with Fingers Big and Small by VCCP London
Cadbury Fingers partnered with the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) for the latest chapter in its ‘For Fingers Big and Small’ campaign.
Virgin: Hyped by Audience
For one day only, an enormous mouth appeared at London’s King’s Cross railway station to hype up Virgin’s streaming service.
Subway: Interactive billboard by Above+Beyond
Subway launched an interactive 3D billboard that allowed people to virtually make their own sandwiches on screen.
Larry4Leader by Don’t Panic
Chief mouser to the Cabinet Office issued a ‘meow-festo’ as part of the Larry4Leader political campaign.
Samsung: The Art of Multitasking by Ogilvy New York
Viewers got a satirical history lesson with this Samsung ad about how Leonard da Vinci could have conceived and crafted his Vitruvian Man drawing if he had a smartphone.
The California Milk Processor Board: Get Real by Gallegos United
The California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), the organization behind the infamous ‘Got Milk?’ campaign, returned with a 2022 update.
Gatorade: Love Means Everything by TBWA/Chiat/Day LA
Gatorade teamed up with Beyoncé to celebrate tennis icon Serena Williams, with a spot that made its debut during the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs).
Starbucks: Every Table Has a Story by Iris
Starbucks positioned itself as a place where all are welcome to work, reset, connect and further their passions with this spot.
McDonald’s: An Ode to Missed Travels by Leo Burnett Indonesia
This witty McDonald’s campaign spotlighted those who have been unable to travel recently, but highlighted how they can still taste burgers from around the world at the fast-food chain.
Squarespace: Make the Fashion Empire by Squarespace
Squarespace embarked on a campaign rollout that followed three individuals, each of whom has created a website on its platform – the first step of building their ‘empires.’
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