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    Ads of the Week: John Lewis shows journey of fatherhood and Monopoly pushes family feuds

    There’s also a shocking film about heart disease, a live coloscopy from Ryan Reynolds and Heineken’s latest sustainability pledge.

    Every Wednesday, The Drum picks the top global campaigns from our Creative Works. Submit your work here

    This week, John Lewis debuted an emotive ad to introduce its new brand promise, Monopoly encouraged family feuds and time stood still in a moving Ikea spot

    John Lewis: For All Life‘s Moments by Adam & Eve/DDB

    After killing off its ‘Never Knowingly Undersold’ slogan, British retailer John Lewis debuted an emotive ad to introduce its new brand promise.

    Monopoly: Fighting Is Good by KesselsKramer 

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    Monopoly admitted to being the cause of many a fall out as it put a positive spin on expressing emotions.

    Ikea: Bring Home to Life by Rethink

    Ikea Canada released a short film that emphasized how its products can bring a home to life.

    Heart Research UK: Her Disease by AML Group

    This shocking ad highlighted that heart disease kills twice as many women in the country as breast cancer, and yet is still largely considered a male illness.

    Colorectal Cancer Alliance: Lead from Behind by Maximum Effort 

    Actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney fronted a new campaign to raise awareness that colon cancer can be preventable.

    Mondel?z: The True Story of Bang Aji by Leo Burnett Indonesia

    Mondel?z capitalized on football fever ahead of the Fifa World Cup with a football-themed campaign celebrating its iconic Indonesian biscuit Biskuat.

    United Ukrainian Ballet: Defiant Dancer by Mother

    This ad teased London Covent Garden’s unique art installation to support the displaced United Ukrainian Ballet’s production of Giselle. 

    Samsung: Join the Flip Side by Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam

    This Samsung spot targeted smartphone traditionalists in the hopes that they will embrace the flip phone.

    Heinz: No Sugar Added Ketchup by Heinz

    Heinz promoted its No Sugar Added Ketchup in a playful campaign targeted at millennials – with the simple goal of making ‘adulting’ easier.

    Heineken: Cooling Your Heineken by Le Pub Brazil 

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    Heineken amped up its sustainability efforts with a billboard in Rio de Janeiro that actually cools down beers using solar energy.

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