Mitsubishi Pajero: Essential Mountain Gear

Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Wellington, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Duster
Creative Director: Paul Nagy
Art Directors: Martin Hermans, Oliver Maisey
Copywriter: Dan Moth
Illustrator: Salt Design

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capywriter's picture
capywriter
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a different use of media, but the little stories don't blow me away...

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I don't get it at all!

sneakyhands's picture
sneakyhands
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let's hope the legless hero doesn't need to use the clutch, and what happened to the pajero with the dog? i looks like it was on the business end of a drive by.

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yalaurie
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yeah, I totally didn't get the dog one.

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whitespace
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the dog is supposed to be a rescue dog, but ended up not moving and being rescued instead.

love the little stories and the media. bird one's a little off for me though.

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jajajajajaja very funny

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the dog one is funny.
it plays on the whole st bernard coming to help the stranded human.

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the dog one is funny.
it's a play on the whole 'st bernard saves the stranded skier' theme.

yalaurie's picture
yalaurie
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Yeah, I got that. But did they fall in ice? Is it snow? It didn't read as quickly as the others.

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homutmiranda
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i like the sticking tongue one, very evil~

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tototwiga
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Cleaver campaign. Totally appropriate for audience and medium. Tongue on the stop sign was the best.

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sparky
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ha ha i love the tongue one too!!!!

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Anurag Sahu
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I like this one, funny and simple,,,lol people didnt understand this ad !
wow !

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slip
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stop sign one is shweet

*****

SJB

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These NZ wankers completely stole this idea from DDB Chicago and their "What's In It For You" campaign for the Chicago Tribune, from 2004-05. (Except DDB and famed animation artist J.J. Seidelmaier could get the gag to fit in three frames.)

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dumb and dumber remake- duhh!

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