November 30, 2020
French supermarket Intermarche pays tribute to healthcare workers in its holiday ad this year, and although the story isn't about COVID-19, the pandemic clearly underlines the role they have played this year.
May 21, 2020
French supermarket chain Intermarche is preparing its customers for the end of quarantine with a new spot via agency Romance that captures the hope and poignancy of lockdown finally easing.
February 04, 2020
A new ad for the EuroMillions lottery draw, created by the French lottery Française des Jeux, aims to take a more "modern and emotional" look at what it means to win big.
March 25, 2019
French supermarket Intermarche is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a touching new spot continuing its series of love story-themed ads via aptly-named agency Romance.
December 10, 2018
Working on a holiday is always lonely business, but a security guard makes the best of it in a sweet Christmas spot from Coca-Cola and delivery service Uber Eats, via Parisian agency Romance.
March 26, 2018
At first, you might think that the cute little boy in this ad is a big, fat liar. Before heading off to school, he pulls out a bag of French supermarket Intermarche's Chabrior cookies and tucks a few of the treats into a napkin.
April 13, 2015
It's well worth watching to the end of this 90-second VW Golf ad, out of DDB Paris, to appreciate the subtle humor. Beautifully directed by Biscuit Filmworks' Noam Murro, it centers on a young man who had been left a legacy by an eccentric uncle.
June 04, 2013
The Museum of the Great War (Musee de la Grande Guerre) in France brought World War 1 to life by imagining if Facebook had existed in 1914 and posting the story of an individual young man and his family.
May 07, 2013
The Enduropale at Le Touquet, one of the biggest endurance motorcycle races in the world, is depicted in stunning slo-mo for Honda by DDB Paris and directed by the agency's CD Alexander Kalchev.
April 25, 2012
Hasbro and DDB Paris celebrate 60 years of hot and heavy, spudtastic loving between Mr and Mrs. Potato Head with this print ad that can be interpreted in one of two ways.