Sarah Silverman's 'Great Schlep,' Sonic Ties Into 'The Hills,' a Child's View for 'SimCity Creator' and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: Oct. 6

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In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Sonic goes episodic and ties into MTV's "The Hills"; director Peter Sluszka directs one child's stop-motion imagination for EA Games' "SimCity Creator"; 180 Los Angeles grows a Seventh Generation tree online; Ogilvy, Toronto, offers up a Shreddies combo pack; and Sarah Silverman implores folks to make "The Great Schlep" to Florida for Obama.

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Sonic: The Stalls - I've Found the Girl

Sonic: 'The Stalls: I've Found the Girl'

Agency: Barkley
Chief Creative Officer: Brian Brooker
Creative Directors: Pat Piper, Paul Corrigan

SimCity Creator: Secret World

SimCity Creator: 'Secret World'

Agency: Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Creative Directors: Jed Alger, Aaron Allen

Seventh Generation: Show What's Inside

Seventh Generation: 'Show What's Inside'

Agency: 180 LA
Executive Creative Director: William Gelner Website:

Shreddies: Diamond Shreddies Combo Pack

Shreddies: Diamond Shreddies Combo Pack

Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Toronto
Chief Creative Officers: Nancy Vonk, Janet Kestin

Jewish Council for Education & Research: The Great Schlep

Jewish Council for Education & Research: 'The Great Schlep'

Agency: Droga5
Creative Chairman: David Droga
Executive Creative Directors: Ted Royer, Dunan Marshall

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