Vodafone has embarked on a great mission of saving an extinct language as part of its latest campaign dubbed “Firsts.” The telecoms company is helping to revive the Mexican language Ayapaneco, currently spoken by only two people in this world, who appeared to be not speaking with each other because of a fight that happened a long time ago. The new campaign by Jung von Matt/Alster drives these two men together again, all to resurrect their dying language.

When kids are engaged into a creative project, it can result in something really stunning. LEGO’s brand Duplo has commissioned little kids, whose creativity doesn’t know any borders, to develop the shop windows for the department store NK in Stockholm to. In the new project, conceived by Jung von Matt, Stockholm, the young designers will use their unconventional style and fresh approach, making something unusual, which is still kept under wraps—the brand is inviting its consumers to try and guess what this will be.

Each year in June, the Côte d’Azur becomes the place with an overwhelming concentration of ‘lions’ (not animals, but beastly amazing advertising pieces) thanks to the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. This year’s event, which was taking place June 19–25, saw “thought-leaders and experts in all forms of communications and creative thinking come together to inspire, debate and entertain” and revealed the best advertising projects from all around the globe.