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Topic: Portugal

This Clever Cannes Badge Hack Helps Young Creatives Show Off Their Best Work

Advertises your advertising skills

CANNES, France—The back of a conference access pass is generally pretty worthless, except as a place for organizers to sell ads. But what if that space could be used to…

A First Date Proves to Be So Much More in This Touching Video for a Charity

A less funny take on '50 First Dates'

First dates can be awkward, but this night-out scenario, created by agency DLV BBDO Milan for a charity in Portugal, might just leave you in tears. In a darkened restaurant, with…

Cider Brand Is Broadcasting a 'Live GIF' of a Guy Making the Same Movements for 24 Hours

Hopefully he's not drinking, too

Livestreaming brand stunts are getting more and more popular—one of our recent favorites being the Waitrose campaign from the U.K. that showed live feeds from the grocery chain's farms. Here's…

This Long-Copy Ad for Condoms Is a 1,000-Word, Single-Sentence Orgasm

Harmony's 'looong-lasting pleasure'

Everyone loves a good long-copy print ad. And here's a clever one from FCB Lisbon for Harmony Condoms that stretches out the phrase "Oh my God" into an impressive 1,000-word…

Ikea Brightens Up Little Corners of the World in These Fun Print Ads

An oasis of color

Ikea nicely contrasts its colorful design sense with the drabness of the world at large in these print ads from TBWA in Portugal. Apparently, going with Ikea means you get…

Smart Car Makes Crosswalks Safer (and More Fun) With Dancing 'Don't Walk' Guy

Grumpy red icon loosens up

How do you get people to stop for the "Don't walk" guy in the crosswalk? Make the "Don't walk" guy a little more interesting to look at. That's what Smart car…

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Just say yes to Leo Burnett's IndieLisboa film festival spot

Ads for indie film festivals are often quite brilliant. The movies are usually distinctive, so the advertising can be as well. Who can forget Geoffrey Rush as a potato peeler?…

LinkedIn Hits Big Milestone; Brands Could Flock Next

Networking site gets to 200 million after launching more ad products

LinkedIn has surpassed 200 million users, the firm announced today, while breaking out where they live for the benefit of advertisers and curious tech watchers. Seventy-four million are in the…

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