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HSBC's Family Differences, Wieden Touts Nike Women, Remembering Nagi Noda and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: Sept. 15

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In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, HSBC and director Vince Squibb tell a tale of family differences; Digital Kitchen and HBO sink their teeth into Alan Ball's "True Blood"; Wieden & Kennedy, Amsterdam, touts Nike Women; MTV and Area/Code dive into competitive chatting online; and we remember pioneering director and artist Nagi Noda.

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HSBC: Lumberjack

HSBC: "Lumberjack"

Agency: JWT, New York and London
Creative Director: Axel Chaldecott

True Blood: Opening Sequence

'True Blood': "Opening Sequence"

Agency: Digital Kitchen
Executive Creative Director: Paul Mattheaus

Nike Women: Nicola Spirig

Nike Women: "Nicola Spirig"

Agency: Wieden & Kennedy, Amsterdam
Executive Creative Directors: John Norman, Jeff Kling

Backchannel: Demo Reel

MTV Backchannel: "Demo Reel"

Developer: Area/Code
Creative Director: Frank Lantz

Yuki: Sentimental Journey

Yuki: "Sentimental Journey"

Director: Nagi Noda
Production Company: Partizan

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