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Smarter Planet, Wheels

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October 2010
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Drivers can see traffic jams before they happen.

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, Paris, France
Creative Director: Susan Westre
Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Ginevra Capece
Associate Creative Director / Copywriter: Fergus O'Hare
Client Account Director: Suzanne Assaf
Agency Account Directors: Kim Ball, Ben Messiaen
Graphic Designer / Illustrator: Noma Bar
Illustrator: Tanya Holbrook
Typographer: Sid Tomkins

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10 very strong executions. I can't even pick a favorite. The mark of wonderful strategy and very clever art direction

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Billoughsby
Activity Score 5144

Awn Hawnh. A

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-Lubeo Buburnubett

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One of the BEST campaigns I've seen in a while.

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riyelam
Activity Score 366

I really felt bad when it's get over. Nice campaign. Truly PARIS

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Me love!!!!! all of them are great! both illustration and copies! nice nice

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One of the best work in recent time

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KICK ASS

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omarjongar
Activity Score 90

i like this campaign , Good job guyz

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good illustration

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This campaign refreshed me a lot. May be because i am living in a digital world.

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Paridhi.
Activity Score 122

wow yaar..!!!
what an illustration...so simple n clear double faced illus.!!

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jnaimo
Activity Score 100

Wow! Great job tying in the transportation elements. Smart.

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really fucking good job. love it.

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yep. Would be classic one. Absolutely fabulous campaign.

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excelent!!

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10 very strong executions. I can't even pick a favorite. The mark of wonderful strategy and very clever art direction

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