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Dog billboards

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July 2010
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Outdoor advertisment created by Y&R, Italy for Hallmark Channel, within the category: Media.

Advertising Agency: Y&R, Rome, Italy
Chief Creative Director: Alessandro Canale
Art Director: Jessica Nardone
Copywriter: Alessandro Diotallevi
Group Client Director: Marco Ruggeri
Account Manager: Roberta Lancieri
Photographer: Stefano Pedretti

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great work, i like it. Great art direction.

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Olafski001
Activity Score 1193

come on!
i made these two years ago and even then people said it's done before...

http://adsoftheworld.com/media/ambient/viyo_veterinary_woof
http://adsoftheworld.com/media/ambient/viyo_veterinary_meow

:-)
apart from that: BRILLIANT IDEA HERE :-)

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dsklan
Activity Score 1926

like the copy with the collar number;)

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apart from the fact that it was done, the art smell old like my gramma underwear

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hahaha! you are so funny

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your gramma looks hallmark channel of course

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nice work

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Guest

the green one is so pretty!!

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tirthomitro
Activity Score 2758

well i am lucky i haven't seen any before. so this one comes across as a really funny and it's highly imaginative minded too.

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

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fragile
Activity Score 14

Great work! Love it.

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Guest

Y&R rulez.

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great pictures!

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Billoughsby
Activity Score 5142

Nicely achieved.

- - - And there ain't a thing that's new, people. That's because we live at this end of the time line of history, and not the other.

That's it.

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It is a nice campaign, with really great photos.

BUT

Concept is more than obvious.
Idea is very old.
The art direction is as gloomy as my granny at the hospital having mashed apple for lunch.
(well, some dogs are daltonic and cannot read, but, what about their holders?)
The subject of the campaign is Rex being listed at a film festival (a plausible assignment, indeed)

SO

Why awarding it?
Yes, AOTW is focused on creativity only, so never mind if the campaign was just meant to promote itself...

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