Looking at Jubilee ads sweeping the nation

With close to 31 million people attending a Diamond Jubilee party this weekend as the nation unites to celebrate the Queen's 60-year reign, we look at a handful of Jubilee ads sweeping the country.

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Marmite, Tesco and M&Ms are just a few brands to push create a Jubilee ad for this special bank holiday weekend.

 

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Marmite ‘Ma’amite’ by DDB UK

Executive creative director: Jeremy Craigen

Copywriter: Jonathan John

Art director: David Mackersey

 

Mr Kipling 'Jubilee celebrations' by JWT London

Executive creative director: Russell Ramsey

Creative team: Mark Campion, Adam Collins

 

M&S ‘Union Jack’ by AMV BBDO

Copywriter: Prabs Wignarajah

Art director: Jez Tribe

 

T-Mobile ‘Giving what Britain loves- Jubilee’ by Saatchi & Saatchi

Executive creative directors: Paul Silburn, Kate Stanners

Copywriter: Dan Warner

Art director: Andy Vasey

 

Eden Project ‘Big Jubilee Lunch’ by UM London and McCann London

Creative directors: Matt Crabtree, Simon Hepton

 

Nation Trust ‘Behind the Scenes with Wallace and Gromit’ by Aurasma

 

Tesco ‘Tesco Jubilee’ by The Red Brick Road

Creatives: Sam Cartmell

 

Morrisons ‘Jubliee’ by DLKW Lowe

Creative team: Wil Maxey, Adam Smith, Tom Hudson

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