by Oresti Patricios. The year is almost done but, before you get there, a standing ovation, please, for the three best advertising campaigns of the year!
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#AdoftheYear2017: South Africa’s best ads [ads 10-4]
by Oresti Patricios. It was a great year for TV ads but there were also mould-breaking experiential campaigns that illustrated once again how innovative South African agencies can be.
Ad of the Week: Sanlam, Cape Town encourage us to sing for our shower
by Oresti Patricios. Do you sing in the shower? Sanlam, City of Cape Town, Cape Town Tourism and King James Group think you should — and here’s a song or two to keep that shower short and save water.
Ad of the Week: Don’t live for money, says Nedbank
by Oresti Patricios. This week, Nedbank — and Joe Public United and PHI of The Star Film Company — must take a bow again for a clever set of ads that work on two levels.
Ad of the Week: Kulula’s #travelhaters you gonna love
by Oresti Patricios. kulula’s standout commercial comedy always raises chuckles, and its new TVC campaign — from McCann Johannesburg and Hammerhead TV — is alive with the laughs.
Ad of the Week: Viva the selfie generation — Cell C
by Oresti Patricios. 1886 (a FCB Africa company) teams up with director Slim of Egg Films to create a message for the summer campaign of mobile operator Cell C, #ConnectYourWay.
Ad of the Week: Shake it, Vodacom
by Oresti Patricios. Vodacom, Ogilvy & Mather South Africa and Bomb Commercials celebrate its refreshed image with a summer campaign.
Ad of the Week: A South African love story from SA Tourism
by Oresti Patricios. FCB Joburg and Bomb Commercials create mythical magic for SA Tourism in a commercial story that journeys our beautiful country.
Ad of the Week: Dala what you must with Brand South Africa
by Oresti Patricios. Brand SA, The Odd Number and The Rudeboy Collective take a calculated risk in a series of mini-documentaries.
Ad of the Week: Chicken Licken transcends language and culture
by Oresti Patricios. Joe Public United andThey Shoot Films continue with Chicken Licken’s tradition for quirky commercials that are big on story.