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Watch the Videos: Polar Bears Make a Point, Tiger Woods Solves Rubik's Cube, and Miniman Turns 30

Creativity Weekly Top 5: Sept. 2

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In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Ogilvy, New York uses artist Joshua Harris' street balloon art to make a point; Droga5, Sydney, shows us the crafty way to quit for the Young Guns Awards; Tiger Woods solves the Rubik's Cube for EA Sports; Viking Line and Akestam Holst dance their way to romance; while director Cadu Macedo and Lego celebrate the Miniman legacy.
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Environmental Defense Fund: Polar Bears

Environmental Defense Fund: Polar Bears

Agency: Ogilvy, New York
Group Creative Directors: Chris Mitton, Terry Finley

Young Guns Awards: Quit In Style
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Young Guns Awards: Quit In Style

Agency: Droga5, Sydney
Creative: Matty Burton, Cameron Blackley, Ben Smith, Neil McGuirk

EA Sports: Square Peg, Round Hole

EA Sports: Square Peg, Round Hole

Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Portland
Creative Directors: Jed Alger, Aaron Allen

Viking Line: Dance Match

Viking Line: Dance Match

Agency: Akestam Holst
Interactive CD/Art Director: Paul Collins
Project Lead: Kjell MÃ¥nsson
Website: http://www.dance-match.se/

Lego: Go Miniman Go

Lego: Go Miniman Go

Production Company: The Ebeling Group, Lobo
Director: Cadu Macedo

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