Best Ads of the Week: Lego’s 3D billboard extravaganza and Apple’s dinosaur artwork
There’s also a Hertz ad starring quarterback legend Tom Brady and a gargling choir that thirstily performs a unique rendition of an Alicia Keys song.
Dreams spring to life in Lego’s campaign / Lego
Every week, The Drum picks the top global campaigns from our creativity section.
This week, dreams spring to life in Lego’s global 3D billboard extravaganza, Heineken fueled a rugby rivalry with an ad that could be read from 30,000ft and Apple unveiled mammoth dinosaur artworks to promote its David Attenborough show.
Lego: Dreamzzz by Our Lego Agency
Lego introduced a whole host of fantastical characters with anamorphic billboards at London’s Piccadilly Circus, New York’s Times Square and Shinjuku, Tokyo to push its new TV show.
Heineken: Love Rivarly by Publicis Ireland
Heineken helped a Leinster superfan tease La Rochelle’s head coach Ronan O’Gara (or ROG as he’s known locally) with a sneaky message.
Apple: Prehistoric Planet by David Popa
Natural artist David Popa worked alongside Apple TV+ to create a series of gigantic images of three iconic dinosaurs, the Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Hatzegopteryx.
Hertz: Let’s Go by Shadow Lion, FKQ and Blue Memo
American football legend Tom Brady leaned into his reflective side in a series of ads for Hertz. Each spot adopts the tone of a daytime talk show with Nigerian-American actress Yvonne Orji as the host.
Robinsons: Get Thirsty by Saatchi & Saatchi
Squash brand Robinsons unveiled a joyful ad campaign that puts warbling choristers front and center.
Beats by Dre: Level Up
Cardi B is the latest celebrity to feature in a Beats by Dre ad. In this colorful spot, the social media sensation brings the buds to life in three separate scenes.
British Heart Foundation: This Is Science by Saatchi & Saatchi
This poignant ad sees the inner workings of a woman called Libi’s heart, recalling pivotal moments from her life.
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