Levi's Waxes Whitman-esque, The Economist Walks the Talk, Barclays Gets Real and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: July 6

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This week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, a new campaign by Levi's and Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore., uses the winning combo of Walt Whitman and prancing nubiles to sell jeans; AMV BBDO and director Tom Carty show how balanced The Economist can be with a new high-wire spot; Venables Bell & Partners and director Nicolai Fuglsig show us a different kind of fake landscape for Barclays; Penguin Books encourages kids to tell their own stories online; and the BBC brings poetry to the Glastonbury music festival via Twitter.

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Levi's: 'America'

Levi's: 'Go Forth'

Agency: Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Creative Directors: Danielle Flagg, Tyler Whisnand
Copywriter: Julia Oh, Rudy Adler

The Economist: 'Red Wires'

The Economist: 'Red Wires'

Agency: AMV BBDO
Director: Tom Carty

Barclays: 'Fake'

Barclays: 'Fake'

Agency: Venables Bell & Partners
Creative Director: Paul Venables

Penguin Books: 'We Make Stories'

Penguin Books: 'We Make Stories'



BBC: 'GlastoPoem'

BBC: 'GlastoPoem'

Client: BBC Poetry Season
Agency: Nitro Digital
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