The New York Times of the Future, Old Spice Opens an Online Shop, a Russian Expat's Beef With TBS and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: May 11

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In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, a banner from Intel and Venables Bell & Partners imagines the New York Times of the future; Bos, Montreal, illustrates what it means by recycling paint for Rona; Old Spice opens a swag shop online; Bontrust Financial and Optix Kreation make a world of money and a new type of currency relations; and Saatchi, New York, and director Jim Jenkins document an angry Russian expat's grievances against TBS comedies.

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Intel: New York Times home-page takeover

Intel: New York Times home-page takeover

Agency: Venables Bell & Partners
Creative Directors: Greg Bell, Paul Venables
Interactive Creative Director: David Kim

Rona: 'The Art of Recycling'

Rona: 'The Art of Recycling'

Agency: Bos, Montreal
Creative Directors: Roger Gariepy, Hugo Leger
Creative: Simon Beaudry, Martin Bernier

Old Spice store

Old Spice: Store

Agency: Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Creative Directors: Mark Fitzloff, Danielle Flagg
Creative Director/Copywriter: Jason Bagley
Creative Director/Art Director: Eric Baldwin

Bontrust: Increase in Currency

Bontrust: Increase in Currency

Agency: Grabarz & Partner Werbeagentur GmbH
Creative Director: Fedja Kehl, Paul von Mindahl

TBS: 'My Boys'

TBS: 'My Boys'

Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, New York
Creative Director: Gerry Graf

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