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Brooke Shields Has a New Cause, Diesel Goes Literary, Dove Is 'Waking up Hannah' and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: Oct. 13

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This week, Creativity's Top 5 sees The Atlantic and Euro RSCG ask some interesting questions; Diesel takes a break from cleaning up porn to team up with celebrated authors; VW and Crispin Porter & Bogusky enlist Brooke Shields for a new cause; Dove and Ogilvy, Toronto, mix hangovers and choose-your-own-adventure storytelling; and Doritos accepts reservations at Hotel 626.

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The Atlantic: Can Jesus Save Hollywood?

The Atlantic: 'Can Jesus Save Hollywood?'

Agency: Euro RSCG, New York
Creative Director: Jose Cabaco

Diesel: Flash Fiction

Diesel: 'Flash Fiction'

Agency/Digital Studio: Idealogue
Creative Directors: Jacqueline Bosnjak, Mark Beukes

Volkswagen: Rampant

Volkswagen: 'Rampant'

Agency: Crispin Porter & Bogusky
Executive Creative Director: Andrew Keller
Creative Directors: Scott Linnen, Tony Calcao

Dove: Waking Up Hannah

Dove: 'Waking Up Hannah'

Agency: Ogilvy, Toronto
Interactive Production: The Barbarian Group
Website: http://www.wakinguphannah.ca/index.html

Doritos: Hotel 626

Doritos: 'Hotel 626'

Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Group Creative Directors: Hunter Hindman, Rick Condos
Associate Creative Directors: Marc Sobier, Hartley Rusen
Website: http://www.hotel626.com/

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