The Unlikely Journey of 3 Heinz Ketchup Ads From Mad Men to the Real World to Cannes

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One of the most delightful ad campaigns of 2017, for Heinz ketchup, wasn’t written by a real person. It came from Mad Men’s most famous creative director (via showrunner and lead writer Matthew Weiner), and lived only fictionally within the AMC show about 1960s advertising—until Anselmo Ramos and his agency, David Miami, came along.

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Yoplait Says Drop the Judgment, ‘Mom On,’ and Eat Some Yogurt

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The new campaign marks the brand’s first work from 72andSunny, one of the main creative agencies General Mills hired last year.

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Burger King’s Secret Sauce: Inside the Brand’s Biggest Hits of the Past Year


Burger King is being honored as Creative Marketer of the Year here in Cannes this year. It’s an honor that recognizes the brand’s entire history of stellar advertising, from its glory years at CP+B a decade ago, when it made legendary pieces like “Subservient Chicken” and “Whopper Freakout,” and more recent megahits like “Proud Whopper” and “McWhopper.”

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Taco Bell Brings Boozy Cantina Concept to Cleveland


Taco Bell keeps reinventing itself with new menu items, new day parts and a new restaurant format in Taco Bell Cantina, which debuted in 2015 in Chicago and sells beer, wine, sangria and frozen alcoholic beverages. The urban restaurant concept is designed to be more personal and fast casual than quick-serve restaurant in feeling. The menu features appetizers designed for sharing, among other twists on a regular Taco Bell.

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Sprite’s lyric cans return celebrating three decades of recognizing ‘the power of hip-hop’


The summer drive called the ‘Summer Sprite Cold Lyrics’ series was delivered by Wieden + Kennedy New York. It looks to blend music and soda in the solstice heat and sees the packaging adopt lyrics from six artists: Vince Staples, Lil Yachty, DRAM, Vic Mensa, Kamaiyah and Kap G.

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