Archive for February, 2011

Association Against Animal Abuse from Germany is joining the trend of making humans think how would it feel if they were the ones sacrificing their lives instead of animals. I don’t think this campaign is very original – or at least not as good as this one– but the message is clear and people should simply stop killing animals for fashion.

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Advertising Agency: Draftfcb, Hamburg, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Dirk Haeusermann
Creative Director: Bill Biancoli
Art Director: Vitali Nazarenus
Copywriter: David Akuffo
Photographer: Uwe Düttmann
Retouching: Peter Ruebenian
Music: Leenert Schrader
Editor: Philip Wachsmann
Web Developer: Jan Kuntoff (Freiland)
Published: January 2011

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Virgin’s new ad campaign is a bit boring and predictable, but this one  managed to make me laugh. The idea is bit freaky, but it is refreshing to see this after the lack of good ads for Valentine’s Day. The only problem I have with this ad is that it doesn’t appeal to its target audience. Seriously, what girl wants to relate to a crazy stalker? or what mother wants to be like this woman?

Previously on cellphone addicts: Cellphones suck your soul

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I tried to find an interesting and romantic ad for Valentine’s day, but apparently many companies can’t be creative during this time of the year. Even though it is not officially a Valentine’s Day ad, I’m posting this one because it is funny, not cheesy and way better than posting something that has been done a trillion times.

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Ogilvy will probably win lots of awards with this campaign for WWF. It is a nice and simple concept that I am surprised nobody ever thought of it before. Let’s see if they come up with similar ads or posters in the future, but this one alone is amazing.

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The Show Mustn't Go On. Support Animal-Free Circuses

 

More than 50,000 are getting ready to be abandoned

Advertising Agency: cOOkies adv, Milan, Italy

Creative Directors: Francesca MudanòAlba Ronchi
Art Directors: Alina PiccolottiAndrea Di Castri
Copywriter: Massimo Guastini
Post-production: Illusion
Published: November 2010

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Out of all the ads that I saw from the SuperBowl,  this one is my favorite one. It was a fantastic idea to show that the car is intended for certain audience, but made fun of them at the same time. It is rare to see creativity used in this way. Two thumbs up for this one.

PS: The Kenny G part was hilarious!