Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Ads #1


Ambient : Skate Lessons



Print: Sushi bar from Athens

Ageny Lowe Athens
Creative Director A.M. Spiliotopoulou
Copy A.M. Spiliotopoulou
Art Director Yanna Polydouri
Photographer George Drakopoulos
Food Stylist Tina Webb
Illustrator Konstandinos Protogeridisi




Print: Child Labour
Arun Chakkravarthy sent us ad which won a competition run by AAAI ( Adagencies assoc. of India ) and went on to participate in Young Creatives Competition held in Cannes'07.

source: http://www.aaaindia.org/
Credits:Arun Chakkravarthy(Art Director)
Mohan jo manjooran (Illustrator)
Mukund Olety (Copywriter)
Mudra Communications, Chennai, India.



Print: Durex
by Ogilvy RedCard, Singapore.



Direct: The Economist
Agency: BBDO, New York.
Creative Directors: David Lubars, Bill Bruce
Art Directors: Frank Anselmo, Jayson Atienza
Photographer: Billy Siegrist



Print: Malteser Ambulance Service

“Dont’ drink and drive. Malteser Ambulance Service”
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Art Director: Christian Mommertz
Copywriter: Stephan Vogel
Photographer: Joachim Bacherl




Print: Nissan Shift-

Advertising Agency: TBWA / Chiat Day
Agency Location: Los Angeles, USA
Creative director: Rob Schwartz
Copywriter: Curt Detweiler, Maria Smith
Art Director: Sean Ohlenkamp
Art Buyer: Dogan Dattilo
Design: 1st Avenue Machine



Gadgets: Ice cream for customers
Dr. Whippy is a machine that proffers soft scoop ice cream according to the perceived unhappiness level of the costumer. Employing voice stress analysis of the user’s answers to specific questions, varying degrees of unhappiness are measured and the counteractive quantity of ice cream is dispensed: "The more unhappy you are, the more ice cream you need."

project by Demitrios Kargotis's



New Media: Zebra crossing ideas
Street Campaign for Shopping Curitiba :"Shopping Curitiba's Sale"



Ambient : Allstate Ambient for Allstate ( an insurance comany).


Print: Fiat 500

Art: Barbara Ghiotti
Copy: Michele Pieri

1 comments:

laba.biz said...

Indian ads are always astonishing in a brilliant way...

 
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