2HA Winery: Tabunello

Grapes from a noble house

Advertising Agency: White Rabbit, Budapest, Hungary
Creative Directors: Levente Kovács, István Bracsok
Art Directors: István Bracsok, Viktor Uhrin
Copywriter: Levente Kovács
Illustrator: Viktor Uhrin
Photographer: Gábor Fiala

February, 2011


Prof's picture
1449 pencils

please be more literal and more first idea. PLEASE.


Quite really.

luispiter's picture
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Jajaja interesting

Hiperion's picture
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Boring...and poor art...

Vingy's picture
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Ya maybe not the greatest idea of all times but i think it works well

kleenex's picture
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not bad, but not great.

Billoughsby's picture
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What I get from this is a very highly burnished rendition of an old idea: fruit all dolled up or turned into a character to advertise a drink. That high state of polish and presentation deserves some pointage.

"Ubi hubave lubearned thubat ubanuby fubool cuban wrubite uba bubad ubad, bubut thubat ubit tubakes uba rubeal gubenubiubus tubo kubeep hubis hubands uboff uba gubood ubone."
-Lubeo Buburnubett

atb2005's picture
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I hope Prof is not the new Sirvan, overly critical. I personally don't care if it's a "first idea" as long as it's executed well, and as Billoughsy said, we have a "high state of polish and presentation" and yes it does deserve some "pointage" (that must be a new word?).

wiredddd's picture
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Nothing special

CuriousPencil's picture
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Have to agree with Prof *and* Billoughsby: it's a literal idea in its Sunday Best. My issue is that it doesn't work without the text - the grape is so disguised that I can't tell it's a grape, and that's hardly the way to treat nobility.

loraks's picture
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is this the fist thing comes into your mind when you say "noble"? pity

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