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Maurice Lévy multitasks New Year's regards

Here's a quaint little New Year's video message from Maurice Lévy to his Publicis troops worldwide. It shows the French holding company's CEO ruminating on how best to approach a…

Publicis London lip-synchs holiday greeting

It is a bold agency that does a lip-synch video for its holiday card. Publicis London is just such a courageous shop. It shot a video of staffers lip-synching to…

Simian shoppers love Banana Nut Cheerios

Supermarket + guy in a gorilla suit + Banana Nut Cheerios = blah. This Publicis Modem spot aims to be goofy and outrageous, but it's mostly just dull. The background…

Maytag cleans you up after the giant waffles

What were the chances of Maytag producing an entertaining ad with personality-impaired "repairman" Clay Jackson? I'd have said zero, but the appliance maker proves me wrong with this obstacle course…

Be ultra-pervy with Omax wide-angle lenses

The advantage of Omax wide-angle camera lenses, according to these new print ads from Publicis India, is that guys can snap photos of hot girls without alerting them. This is…

Horndogs hit on Zeta-Jones in T-Mobile ads

I know I shouldn't encourage the "Husbands are ugly imbeciles" ad cliché, but I laugh at the T-Mobile spot above every time I hear the guy tell Catherine Zeta-Jones, "I…

It's always clear skies with Malibu rum radio

DJ Bernhard and MC Wonder Full are having way too much laid-back, Caribbean-style fun in Malibu rum's tongue-twisting "Radio MaliBoom Boom" campaign by Publicis in London. The multifaceted push features…

Cross that human flesh off your grocery list

"If you pay a prostitute, you're financing human trading." So says this effort from the Luxembourg government via Mikado Publicis. The point is literally true, of course, but the…

Good and evil drawn equally to the Kia Soul

Publicis Toronto and director Mark Gilbert of Untitled Films invite consumers to "Peer into a Soul" in some self-consciously quirky new spots for the Kia Soul compact SUV. Before rolling…

Cities made of beer only good in moderation

"For a fresher world" is the (unintentionally) ironic tagline of this Heineken campaign from Publicis Conseil in France, which transforms world-class cities using beer bottles, cans and cases to…

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