Bubbles are good again in DDB Lipton spot


DDB is all about the bubbles in its European work lately. A recent U.K. spot for Budweiser showed pesky giant orbs bouncing around city streets and dance clubs. In that spot, the bubbles were bad—an affront to the "lightly carbonated" brew. Now, this Lipton spot from DDB Paris portrays bubbles as light and fanciful—in a word: good—to tout Lipton Green Tea and White Tea. French chicks float around the kitchen and such. So, bubbles are bad, bubbles are good … Jesus, DDB, make up your mind! I don't know what to believe, and you're totally freaking me out! Sorry, I've got to chill. Maybe some relaxing green tea or a nice cold beer. I just can't decide which.

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