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High-Spirited Attendees Swarm Through Displays of Creative Work

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CANNES ( -- Left Photo: The Cannes ad festival, which judges advertising, is also a venue for advertising, as demonstrated in the enormous Corbis billboard on the side of the Palais des Festivals. (Larger photo) Right Photo: Meanwhile, attendees streamed into the building to browse the gallery of work that is a catalog of hot ideas from around the world. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: The print category was said to be particularly strong this year, with a record number of entries.(Larger photo) Right Photo: The print work was also more visual and less wordy than many could ever remember -- fueling the debate about whether words or images should be the dominant element. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: The display of entries is one of the festival's most popular events, as well as an often surprising one. (Larger photo) Right Photo: Ogily & Mather Singapore's 'Bent Lampost' outdoor campaign was a show-stopper for many visitors. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: Another eye-catcher in the outdoor section was Bartle Bogle Hegarty's 'Keep Walking' campaign for Johnnie Walker. (Larger photo) Right Photo: Outside the Palais, Sergio Valente, president of Brazil's DM9 DDB, Sao Paulo, cruises in his blue convertible and fashionable sunglasses. His agency is hoping to be a big winner this year. (Larger photo)

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