Staff Reporters
Oct 6, 2016

Private view: Love, quality time, coming out and Communist rappers

Barry Wong and Troy Lim share their reactions to work from Toyota, Big Bazaar, Smart Communications, Lego, and Communist Youth League.

Barry Wong (top row center) and Troy Lim (bottom row center)

In Private View, we ask two creative leaders to comment on recent work from around the region.

This month's participants

  • Barry Wong, regional ECD APAC, Burson-Marsteller
  • Troy Lim, executive creative director, Publicis Singapore

1. PT. Toyota Astra Motor
Project Love is a trap’
Client PT. Toyota Astra Motor
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