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Ogilvy Chicago and Nice Shoes Explain Technology for CDW

In a new campaign created for tech service provider CDW by Ogilvy & Mather Chicago and the Nice Shoes division of production and post house Optimus, Charles Barkley and a few other, more colorful characters to try and explain the elusive “cloud” to fictional 20th Century business Gordon & Taylor. The work also doubles as a promo for Lenovo and the newest version of its Microsoft-powered Yoga “convertible.”

The campaign is called “People Who Get It,” and the first such person is a man with a kilt that’s heavier than his Scottish accent:

Three more spots after the jump.

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DDB Chicago Unveils ‘Celebrate with a Bite’ for McDonald’s

The biting of the medal has become a tradition at the Olympic games that symbolizes victory. DDB Chicago draws the connection between this iconic symbol and the biting of McNuggets and other McDonald’s products “sometimes used to celebrate life’s smaller victories” for the juggernaut Olympic sponsor.

The spot “takes viewers on a ride through Olympic history [which] cleverly juxtaposes medal-biting images with shots of fans across the world biting into McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets.” The first 45 seconds or so of the 60 second spot are given to a well-produced homage to Olympic history. When athletes start biting their medals, the text “The greatest victories are celebrated with a bite” appears on screen, followed by shots of people digging into their McNuggets. It’s well executed, even if the idea of likening winning a gold medal to biting into a meal made of molded leftover chicken parts is quite the stretch. Credits after the jump. Read more