Bestads Six of the Best reviewed by Greg Hahn, chief creative officer, BBDO, New York

GREG HAHN-BBDONYC-12_16_15-6 (2).jpgEach week Bestads picks the very best advertising in the world, in every medium - which is reviewed by a top creative director or team to select their own personal favourites.

This week's guest judge is Greg Hahn, chief creative officer at BBDO, New York.

Full disclosure, one of this week's six is from the agency I work at. In the interest of impartiality, I recused it from my evaluation. (Pedigree 'Pick Me').

Best: I didn't choose a first place this week. But if I did, it would probably have something to do with dogs and people in cages.

Runner up: Federation of Leagues Against Corridas. When I was a child on vacation in Mexico, my parents took me to a bullfight. I still have the mental scars. If you've never been to a bullfight, let me just say, it's not like how it is in Bugs Bunny cartoons. (The same can be said for opera and hunting btw.) This spot cleverly shows the brutality of bullfighting in a way that doesn't seem exploitative or gratuitous. It also smartly reframes the spectacle to make you think about it from a different angle. READ MORE...

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