Ad of the Day | JohnLewis & Partners Together with Waitrose & Partners have launched a New Heartbreaking Christmas Campaign

Ad of the Day | JohnLewis & Partners Together with Waitrose & Partners have launched a New Heartbreaking Christmas Campaign

Nov. 13, 2020

The Christmas campaign launched by JohnLewis & Partners and Waitrose &Partners with the support of adam&eveDDB  is a heart-warming combination of different forms of moving art – from animation and Claymation to CGI and cinematography. The campaign was directed by Oscar Hudson – a prominent figure in film-making industry with background music by a British acclaimed singer Celeste Epiphany Wait.

This Christmas ad comes to prove once again that the world needs a childlike purity, a childlike belief that tomorrow will be better than today. If everyone could be able to share the love they possess in their hearts and thus make happy the one who stands by, the world will be a happier place to live. Anything that seems impossible can be so realistic a wish one day if we believe and wait. Believe in Christmas!

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