Ads of the World Research: Flags, 2

Study any brand from any country.

This is a submission for the AotW-R competition.
Advertising Agency: Publicis, Mumbai, India
Art Director / Illustrator: Siddesh Telang
Copywriter: Anupam Basu

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22 comments

izmild's picture
izmild
770 pencils

Well done concept! smart!

Guest's picture
Guest

This is poor. WE do not appriciate this coz national flag is the image of the country. here you have distroyed it by adding a brand value on it. What a shame! Poor creativity!!!!

Adaddicted's picture
Adaddicted
3435 pencils

Agree with you

withalltherespects

Guest's picture
Guest

Its only a simple Ad.

Nothing is being destroyed so chill

Cheers from Sri Lanka

kushi00's picture
kushi00
8 pencils

that is not acceptable.. hw can u cheer them for that wired country flag.....

Guest's picture
Guest

yup, must say, though i love it, it is getting into dangerous territory. Imagine if this were done for the pakistani flag... a liquor brand on it... hmm... another 3 dozen terrorists would be born.

kushi00's picture
kushi00
8 pencils

hay how dare u to change my country's national flag... u r not allowed to this kind of things

Guest's picture
Guest

agree with u

kushi00's picture
kushi00
8 pencils

Anyhow concept is good.. but im against destroying my Country Flag

Guest's picture
Guest

Pakistan, especially Muslim countries are not dangerous territory. If there are few people who are mislead in our country, first try to find out why they are behaving like this? and do you know why they blow themselves as they have nothing to loose. they already have lost their jobs, homes and families in quest by super powers to bring peace and democracy in countries like Afghanistan, Iraq.... but unfortunately they only brought destruction. If you go in recent history, these people were financed, trained and fed by US to oust Russia from this region.
Correct yourself "Terrorists are not born"
and stop using this site for such racial and discriminatory comments.

ivan's picture
ivan

It's true. I have lived for many years in the middle east and it's safer than most western countries. Media skews the perception.

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

Guest's picture
Guest

this is not being narrow minded this is being patriotic, please don't mess around with the national flags of other countries and take away its meaning. Surely there must be another way of showing ur creative talents.

Guest's picture
Guest

hey guys... using a flag for creative executions doesn,t narrow the country's image... coz a country is always known by its people... i just feel its a great executed idea and nothing to do with spoiling any country's image...

jamshed_nawaz's picture
jamshed_nawaz
10 pencils

I guess people who will take this seriously/politically are missing the "concept" and the message...

however, the “flags” has raised controversy....which by itself has publicized this creative a lot…

STRTLRS's picture
STRTLRS
1607 pencils

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I think, therefore... yeah.

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
6662 pencils

screw the flag-discussion. i don't even get the idea! why is it knitted?

rolling.stone's picture
rolling.stone
2740 pencils

i have the same question too

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~ Quite obviously, I have gathered no moss ! ~

jamshed_nawaz's picture
jamshed_nawaz
10 pencils

true...the knit bit i dont get...
just for the sake of visual ? texture to the layout?...hmmm
good point Wordnerd!

JN

Guest's picture
Guest

Oh, it`s just a flag, c`mon!!!

take the flag of my country if you want

Nice Idea

Guest's picture
Guest

superrr cool:) loved the campaign:)

Guest's picture
Guest

what an ad?

Osama Nofal's picture
Osama Nofal
196 pencils

its confusing as one flag image.. leads to no where

...
Peugeot goes rebranding!!
http://brandingbook.blogspot.com/

Regards,
Osama Nofal

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