Samsung ST1000 Digital Camera: Nonja

Advertising Agency: Traktor Werbeagentur, Austria
Creative Directors: Antonia Tritthart, George Moringer
Art Director: Julia Reissfelder

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ivan's picture

It's a fantastic idea, but I would like to suggest one correction to the video.

The videos starts with this statement "This is how Nonja became the world's first ape on Facebook". Incorrect. Humans ARE apes. So Mark Zuckerberg was the first ape on Facebook.

From wikipedia:
Under the current classification system there are two families of hominoids:
• the family Hylobatidae consists of 4 genera and 14 species of gibbon, including the Lar Gibbon and the Siamang, collectively known as the lesser apes.
• the family Hominidae consisting of chimpanzees, gorillas, humans and orangutans collectively known as the great apes.

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

Jaap Grolleman's picture
Jaap Grolleman
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Haha Zuckerberg the first ape on Facebook.

Love the idea. But why do agencies always make such lengthy explanations of the concept ;p

morse's picture
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Great results, but I skeptical about how the animal uploaded the photos to Facebook. He must have had help from humans. And, if he did it defeats the purpose of the campaign, because it's not that easy to do. I would like to see a video of the orang uploading it...

And, yes we're all apes.

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richmond2000's picture
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I assume the CAMERA does the uploading for you when a pic is snapped if so then the concept is true

suresh90's picture
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Nice Idea :)

alexander_bickov's picture
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Nice work

Rt's picture
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fantastic idea, although i don't buy it that all the photos were shot by the monkey in real life

Martijn's picture
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Great idea but they only talk about Facebook and the ape, not about the camera.

dadada's picture
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nice idea, they're very lucky so the ape didn't try eat the camera or beat it

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

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