Flower Wraps

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April 2010

Ambient advertisment created by Grey, Romania for Lenor, within the category: House, Garden.

Advertising Agency: Grey Bucharest, Romania
Creative Director: Claudiu Dobrita
Art Director: Bob Toma
Copywriter: Alex Strimbeanu
Additional credits: Roxana Matasel, Eugen Alexe, Mihai Draghici, Alina Nita, Vlad Gheorghiu

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ivan's picture
Dzsoi's picture
Activity Score 8532

Thx, I was sure I have seen this before.

dreadboy's picture
Activity Score 413

One mention though - same client, same company and same creative. No need to be rude.

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i can't even spell my name without 'ad'

Dzsoi's picture
Activity Score 8532

Noone is rude, we all know it's the same client, same agency.

TommyO's picture
Activity Score 1866

Nice. I like the connection between the product and flowers and vice versa.

Guest's picture

to offer a bunch of flowers with a so commercial, so vulgar decoration,.. sorry, good idea but bad execution

capywriter's picture
Activity Score 5509

simple, could work, but you got to be careful what flowers to choose.. not every flower smells nice ;)

Hibon's picture
Activity Score 3736

Nice idea.

Simple ideas are the best !

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tirthomitro's picture
Activity Score 2758

attention grabber - that's what makes a brand a BRAND!
simple yet effective idea.

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

hufflepoff's picture
Activity Score 430

hmmm, aren't fabric softeners meant to sell 'making your clothes soft' more than the fragrance itself?

Kateter's picture
Activity Score 2029

ever heard of USP?

Guest's picture

Like the idea, pretty smart (although not new) but the execution is pretty tacky. Could be far more premium and classy with the design. If I received this from a loved one I would immediately take the flowers out and put them in a vase, I would want to it away!

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@hufflepoff Isn't a car just a means to take you from A to B?
Generally yes, but when all fabric softeners do this by definition, what is your differentiator then? Some build on touch, some on "pleasurable in-wear-sensation" (pardon my client service language), others on fragrance, and some take them altogether and put them in their window.