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Raise a glass of rosé and brush up on your French skills: the biggest event in the advertising industry’s calendar has begun. The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity kicks off today, but if you’re not in the south of France you can live vicariously – and gently mock the attendees – through Jon Burley’s satirical map of Cannes

It’s a watershed year after Publicis Groupe temporarily withdrew from Cannes and triggered a restructure of the festival, leading to awards entries falling by a fifth. But thousands will still be vying for a trophy. This is the work likely to win this week, with UK contenders including Nike and KFC. 

Good luck to all, and see you on the Croisette. 
-Brittaney Kiefer, creativity editor, Campaign 


 
Cannes 2018: the ones to watch
 
An Idiot's Map of Cannes

Jonathan Burley

An Idiot's Map of Cannes
 

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