Ad Feature

2015 had far more heros than zeroes for the Ad Feature team to argue over

As the year draws to a close our Ad Feature commentators take the big heroes & zeros from 2015 in the hope that they can select an absolute favourite.

Andy Rice awards his hero for 2015 to Coca-Cola for their Ramadan "Drop the Labels" campaign by agency FP7 Dubai. His zero goes to a movie poster-like print work for the Gauteng Legislature featuring Premier David Mokhura and his Executive. The reason it is a zero is because Andy wanted the campaign to be more than just a one-off print ad, for "Team Gauteng" to come alive in everything the Province did.

For Jacob the overall hero for 2015 was undisputed - the DC Shoes surfing motorbike epic stunt featuring rider Robbie Maddison. His zero was also Za's choice for a zero: clearly Baby Soft's "Love your Bum" TVC didn't impress.

Za's overall hero for 2015 went to the Chemistry agency in Dublin for their print ad in the Irish Examiner following the passing away of All Black rugby legend Jonah Lomu.


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