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Absorbs Odours, Rose

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March 2012
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Print advertisment created by Grey, Russia for Ambi Pur, within the category: House, Garden.

Advertising Agency: Grey, Moscow, Russia
Creative Director: Eldar Gincharadze
Creative Group Heads: Alina Mironicheva, Julian Suetin
Art Director: Julian Suetin
Copywriters: Ildar Agapov, Irina Bykova, Irina Denisenko
Illustrator: Konstantin Portnoy

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talkingisfree's picture
talkingisfree
Activity Score 2712

Great and new idea. It's a shame that execution is so lame because with a better art direction this could be a grea campaign. No need the line though.

pierrelastname's picture
pierrelastname
Activity Score 2869

mmmm no.

chamindarathnayake's picture
chamindarathnayake
Activity Score 377

wow really nice..

Chaminda Rathnayake

Burov's picture
Burov
Activity Score 13

Great art-direction!

Tejónidas's picture
Tejónidas
Activity Score 246

really???

Medoed's picture
Medoed
Activity Score 12

Exellent!

saherwafai's picture
saherwafai
Activity Score 114

thumbs UP :)) really cool

10pencils's picture
10pencils
Activity Score 148

Great concept. I really think we should critique an ad holistically and not kill it based on copy or art. Yes, these play a functional role, but we should also appreciate the depth of thought...even if the art doesn't quite do justice to it. MHO.

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ScratchdCanvas
Activity Score 30

not original idea, but good direction, nice and clean..

http://adsoftheworld.com/media/print/kings_stella_rose

Design Central's picture
Design Central
Activity Score 364

Needs tuning up! but good anyway!

karruza's picture
karruza
Activity Score 290

Literal and to the point, fresh concept and great! tho the execution can be better.

MattSpencer's picture
MattSpencer
Activity Score 23

I think this would look great in print. I personally like the art direction, but would prefer that the line not be there as it takes away from the impact the picture itself makes. Otherwise, this is a really good piece.

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