SummerA's picture
154 pencils

Intreseting. But what happens when it gets dirty? And it will probably get dirty in a day or so. Not very practical.

slim's picture
1047 pencils

Haven't we seen this idea already on this site by an Indian agency?

JPWrites's picture
238 pencils

I think you're confusing the two. It's not the same idea as the zebra crossing, it's completely different, just exploiting the same media.

ivan's picture

I agree. I was just trying to help.

slim's picture
1047 pencils

No, was thinking of diff idea. I'm positive I've seen this same idea before. Is it a re-post?

pinkusfloydus's picture
90 pencils

Been done before, not in India, but somewhere in Europe. France, methinks.

tamer samy's picture
tamer samy
681 pencils

I like the idea, and i don't care if it done before or not !

Have Heart's picture
Have Heart
922 pencils

Had been done before in a smarter way.

The german taxis have this ugly, lightly yellow color. An agency sprayed one of them white and advertised a toothpaste with it. I guess was only 2-3 years ago and won an award at the german ADC.

justpassingby's picture
1368 pencils

i reckon this was done and shot and then taken off in half an hour, because lets not forget cars drive over that and as soon as one car goes on top of that itll get dirty

simpsonson's picture
136 pencils

there´s a paint invented which works with the lotus-effect...

Desi's picture
1052 pencils

my intern did it for oral b.

slim's picture
1047 pencils

My intern did oral.

JPWrites's picture
238 pencils

Thanks for sharing Desi

elmikel's picture
1147 pencils

If it's placed on a very busy crosswalk it can be pretty effective. Must be of durable material hard to get dirty though.
New or not, I like it.

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No fixed abode
380 pencils

Done by more people than Paris Hilton. Including me.

(The idea, not Paris Hilton)

kre8's picture
989 pencils

oh, yeah, ha, i saw what you did there with the paris hilton gag.

No fixed abode's picture
No fixed abode
380 pencils

Too obvious for you was it? I'll try and up the standard in future. Thanks for keeping me honest.

jiviti's picture
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ivan's picture

Well both claim whitening power, both are ambients and both are in the traffic.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
3890 pencils

The illustration of the guy looks...odd. Why's the bar he's in all white...and why's he look so pround? Where was this done? Gremany you say? hmmmmmm.

Doin' it for the points

jkschlitz's picture
48 pencils

The guy is immediately recognizable to those of us in the US as Mr. Clean, which is the name of a brand of cleaning products. It's one of those cases where the symbol is so well-known that it's unnecessary to say the name of the product. Apparently it's well-known in Germany as well.

I think it's a brilliant ad, figuratively and literally!

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