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  • Qiang Diao". Wieden & Kennedy Shanghai's splendid new film for Nike China plays a little like a sports-themed version of Guy Ritchie's 'Snatch' movie. "Qiang Diao" is a Mandarin word that means "swagger"
  • Coca Cola : Powerade "Churn" by Wieden & Kennedy Allan Gray "The Letter" by Ogilvy South Africa >Sony "Made For Bond" by Adam&Eve DDB Update only subscribers: click here to view Ads of the Week
  • and their respective agencies Wieden & Kennedy London and Adam&Eve DDB - is palpable. All the more so since the impact of last year's Sainsbury's school pageant spot was blunted by a similarly themed
  • However, this new series from Wieden & Kennedy Shanghai for the company's specialist Omen gamer PCs is spectacular in both concept and execution. And also, of course, inimitably Chinese in its sensibility.
  • Newly appointed Wieden & Kennedy unveiled a lavish 60-second anthem spot in which John Goodman took a stroll through every viewer's childhood imagination, populated of course by all those Fisher-Price
  • be Martin's Interpublic stablemate FCB as well as Wieden & Kennedy which had managed several European confectionery brands; also BBDO and Romance in several European markets and French independent Buzzman.
  • Wieden & Kennedy London's new brand campaign for Coca-Cola is pretty good. Better by far than any of the dismal spots being unleashed by McCann and others for Diet Coke. It's that W&K magic, of course,
  • coordinated by AKQA and Wieden & Kennedy. AKQA got local graffiti artists to spraypaint an exclusive custom-designed pair of Nike Air Max trainers onto their work in different areas of Sao Paulo. Nike
  • and slogan. Wieden & Kennedy Sao Paulo narrowly avoids the censors with this bold and brilliantly animated campaign for Skol lager, from AB InBev's local subsidiary Ambev. It's Brazil's top-selling beer
  • better known as PES - teamed up with Wieden & Kennedy Amsterdam for this great video to support the clean beaches initiative run by activist group Parley for Oceans and sponsored by Corona beer. The release

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