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To raise awareness about the impact of global warming, WWF-Paraguay made a lunch cooked on the asphalt.

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After Microsoft completed its deal to acquire Nokia last month, executives asked The Church of London to create a book that would outline the shared values and vision of the new partnership.

The book features an embossed cover of red and gold material and original illustrations, in addition to some archival photography. It was designed to be given to employees to commemorate the first day of the new business. It is divided into three parts, each showcasing a different theme. Part one is called ‘A History of Firsts,’ and it talks about the individual conception of both Microsoft and Nokia, and highlights some of their successes, while part two, called ‘What Drives Us,’ details the shared ideas and principles of the companies. The third part, ‘Unlimited Possibilities.’ is an illustrated notebook that features trivia about both corporations and leaves space for employees to write their own ideas about the future.

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Teens were invited to share—and record—what it feels like to take a sip of Coke. Out of over 400 submissions, 40 short videos were selected to be edited into the TV spot, with submissions hailing from around the world. The 30-second spot features fans striking a pose, dancing (in a polar bear costume) and taking a dip in the ocean, among other things, after drinking the bubbly beverage.

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Packaging for Gourmet Chocolate
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Packaging for Gourmet Chocolate

German Studio Chapeaux was asked to create a packaging design for Lapp & Fao’s gourmet chocolates.

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Jonathan Safran Foer told Vanity Fair he came up with the idea while eating a burrito after he’d forgotten to bring a book or his phone to read.
"I really just wanted to die with frustration," Foer said, so he wrote Steve Ells, Chipotle’s C.E.O., an email. "I said, ‘I bet a shitload of people go into your restaurants every day, and I bet some of them have very similar experiences, and even if they didn’t have that negative experience, they could have a positive experience if they had access to some kind of interesting text,’" Foer recalled. "And unlike McDonald’s, it’s not like they’re selling their surfaces to the highest bidder. They had nothing on their bags. So I said, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to just put some interesting stuff on it? Get really high-quality writers of different kinds, creating texts of different kinds that you just give to your customers as a service.’"

Jonathan Safran Foer told Vanity Fair he came up with the idea while eating a burrito after he’d forgotten to bring a book or his phone to read.

"I really just wanted to die with frustration," Foer said, so he wrote Steve Ells, Chipotle’s C.E.O., an email. "I said, ‘I bet a shitload of people go into your restaurants every day, and I bet some of them have very similar experiences, and even if they didn’t have that negative experience, they could have a positive experience if they had access to some kind of interesting text,’" Foer recalled. "And unlike McDonald’s, it’s not like they’re selling their surfaces to the highest bidder. They had nothing on their bags. So I said, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to just put some interesting stuff on it? Get really high-quality writers of different kinds, creating texts of different kinds that you just give to your customers as a service.’"

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"Failure is absolutely required."

— Dave Peth, speaking at CreativeMornings/Boston.

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