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Radiohead Helps Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking, Guy Ritchie Puts You on the Pitch and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: May 5

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Creativity's Top 5 - May 5
In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Japan's Chubu Electric Power and Tokyo-based agency Tugboat give consumers a colorful reminder; Radiohead and Aussie shop Colman Rasic Carrasco raise awareness of human trafficking with the help of "In Rainbows"; Tele2 and Oslo's SMFB expose the calamitous combo of cheap mobile calls and public washrooms; BBDO, New York, and Armstrong pass off some convincing fakes; and 72andSunny and director Guy Ritchie give viewers the first-person treatment for Nike Football (or soccer for us Yanks).
Radiohead: All I Need

MTV Exit Foundation, Radiohead

Agency: Colman Rasic Carrasco
Creative: Rebecca Carrasco, Dejan Rasic

Tele2: Call Me

Tele2: Call Me

Agency: SMFB, Oslo
Copywriter/Art Director: Hans Magne Ekre, Alexander Gjerso
Musical Artist: The Delfonics

Nike: The Next Level

Nike: The Next Level

Agency: 72andSunny
Creative Directors: John Boiler, Glenn Cole, Jason Norcross, Bryan Rowles
Director: Guy Ritchie

Chubu Electric Power: Power Display Façade

Chubu Electric Power: Power Display Façade

Agency: Tugboat, Tokyo
Creative Director: Yasumichi Oka

Armstrong: It Only Looks Like the Real Thing - Lucy

Armstrong: It Only Looks Like the Real Thing - Dean

Armstrong: It Only Looks Like the Real Thing

Agency: BBDO, New York
Executive Creative Director: Susan Credle
Copywriter/Art Director: David DiRienz

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