Cluedo and Boobs: 'FCBoob' wins the Axis agency challenge

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  • March 11, 2016
  • StopPress Team
Cluedo and Boobs: 'FCBoob' wins the Axis agency challenge

For this year's edition of the Axis Agency Challenge, ad folk were asked to click on the online Rand-O-Matic machine, which served up random couplings of words that had to be combined into a creative idea.

An opportunity of unbridled creativity is not something agency folk shy away from, and a few creatives across ad land dedicated some of their already packed schedules to finding amusing ways to combine the incongruous words spat out by the Rand-O-Matic. 

Of all the bizarre ideas that emerged, none entertained the judges quite as much as FCB's titillating reinterpretation of Cluedo.    

Another outrageous video featured Christ Cream mayo, a condiment capable of making pretty much everything believable.

  

There was also a somewhat abstract video of a squirting pineapple.

Another video also elaborated on a website that traded a "happy font" for smiles (no embed option available).  

Various other agencies also produced scamps of ideas we can only hope come to fruition sometime in the future. 

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Survivor New Zealand ups the ante for season two campaign

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  • April 20, 2018
  • StopPress Team
Survivor New Zealand ups the ante for season two campaign

‘There is a Survivor in all of us’ according to TVNZ’s latest campaign for the second season of Survivor New Zealand, which will start on Sunday at 7pm. And after whispers the show may not return after the first season struggled to retain its audience, the new season has been rejigged and is filled with comical controversy.

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