Paul Feldwick’s top creative ads over time

Paul Feldwick reflects on what creativity really means in his book ‘Why does the pedlar sing?’

To coincide with the book’s publication, he has curated a gallery of successful ads that entertain;  watch, enjoy, and be inspired.

Ads featured in this gallery:

  • Barclaycard: Cairo
  • Trio: too loud Susie
  • R White’s: Secret Lemonade Drinker
  • Halifax: Extra
  • Specsavers: Shuttle
  • AA: Singing Baby
  • Yorkshire Tea: Sean Bean
  • Warburtons: Bread and Prejudice
  • GWR: The famous Five
  • On the Beach: Someday

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