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W+K Keeps Things Short for Gap - Posted November 5, 2014
Last week we met Wieden+Kennedy's new work for Gap in the form of family-centric spots directed by Francis Ford Coppola's daughter Sofia (we were partial to the super-awkward mistletoe scene). The ads were very different than the darker, more abstract work... [AgencySpy]

W+K, Sofia Coppola Craft Holiday Efforts for Gap - Posted October 30, 2014
Sofia Coppola (The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation) is the latest marquee Hollywood director enlisted for Wieden+Kennedy's "Dress Normal" campaign for Gap, following David Fincher's efforts ... [AgencySpy]

David Fincher Spots Expand on New W+K Gap Campaign - Posted August 28, 2014
The hottest story in the ad world today concerns the newly-released TV components of a campaign that had a few scratching their heads last week: W+K's "Dress Normal" for new client Gap. These ads, directed by David Fincher, add a bit of narrative heft to a campaign previously consisting of celebrities in... [AgencySpy]

W+K New York Taps Strasburg in Latest for SportsCenter - Posted May 19, 2014
W+K New York called on the services of Stephen Strasburg for the latest in their "This is SportsCenter" series and the Washington Nationals ace doesn't disappoint. In the 30-second spot, "Frozen Lunch," SportsCenter host Bra... [AgencySpy]

W+K NY Sparks World Cup Convo for ESPN - Posted May 2, 2014
Wieden + Kennedy New York's latest World Cup spot is a welcome departure from their previous World Cup work, foregoing focusing directly on the on-field action in lieu of the conversations and connections among fans sparked by the World Cup, leading into the "Every Four Years" tagline. The new 30-second spot, called... [AgencySpy]

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