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Topic: Akestam Holst

How Refugees Used Radio Ads to Talk to Their Moms Back in Syria When Phones Didn't Work

Campaign uses commercial radio as personal medium

Here's an interesting campaign from Swedish agency Akestam Holst that turned commercial radio in Syria into a personal media channel for refugees looking to contact their moms back home on…

Wonderful Subway Ad Shows a Woman's Hair Blowing Around Whenever a Train Arrives

Simple, great idea for hair-care products

Here's more billboard crack for you out-of-home addicts. This fun digital subway ad in Sweden for hair-care products was rigged up to recognize when trains entered the station—and then showed a…

Carlsberg tries to 'unbottle' bashful Swedes

Carlsberg beer and ad agency Akestam Holst are going social in Sweden with their "Unbottle Yourself" mobile app, inviting the nation to let its collective blond hair down and loosen…

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