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picturejockey's picture
Activity Score 658

This might work for a chess ad

ake's picture

look good

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Kaifa's picture
Activity Score 136

Sorry but I can't understand it..for example, what is NHCH3?

"I could have killed 'em all, I could kill you. In town you're the law, out here it's me. Don't push it. Don't push it or I'll give you a war you won't believe."

fersvax's picture
Activity Score 1239

Is it related to the octagons in a soccer ball??? If yes, it should be more clear in the graphic.


guest's picture

yes, the point was to take a real Adrenaline molecule without any change and that is the strength of the idea

Guest's picture

well done, what a great idea. it took me allmost a secend to understand but then it was perfect.

Ad Junkie At Large's picture
Ad Junkie At Large
Activity Score 554

ya i think its a really cool idea, i wish i knew the shape of molecules off the top of my head, then again i dont play chess, ,. i liked it though, but does it hit the target?

Rog's picture
Activity Score 6082

A little too involved to engage punters.
Over the bar.

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

fractalrene's picture
Activity Score 1504

What if you take the visual and put it on daily scene, like a white wall marked by the soccer ball or something like that... I think that would be more powerful, I mean this is so clinically clean and the adrenaline thing should be more agressive.

oren8234's picture
Activity Score 40

I think you are pointing to another idea
But maybe you are right that it's should be more aggressive

Mirio De Rosa's picture
Mirio De Rosa

Do not copy. Create yourself!

The adrenalin concept inspired the logo of MM4XL software, and it was presented at the Competia Award 2004.
MarketingStat, the owner of MM4XL software, wrote about the MM4XL software logo:
"The hexagon, a symbolic representation of a market map, is a stylistic representation of the Adrenalin molecule, which is a neuro-receptor that stimulates heart rate and blood pulse. These symptoms indicate a state of vigilant attention and readiness to action. A very common state of being among dedicated managers."

Guest's picture

but it's not the logo of MM4XL software!!!
what are you talking about???
could it be your imagination only?
i realy don't understand what your goals are?