antoniobac's picture
192 pencils

I don't quite understand the product. I'm guessing it's some sort of small pills.

On the other hand copy is really repetitive. Putting a whale simbolizes the concept of big. You don't need to explain that anymore or that is though to swallow, which is a direct consequence.

(Sorry for the miss spellings, english is not my mother language either)

左三三's picture
3 pencils

I like the brief style.but the text composition is hard for consumers to read.

MidasTouch's picture
1024 pencils

I agree with Antoniobac.

//usevertising v.s badvertising//
C'est une question de vie ou de mort.

everartz's picture
7609 pencils

i think the text's orientation is meant to be like this coz it gives the feeling that its hard to swallow when it takes you a long time to read it, which makes the campaign works better... i like it and i find it good

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unnchal's picture
10 pencils

bang on target

purshotham's picture
455 pencils

The message is clear..

dj_darora's picture
15 pencils

Not Quite Clear..

CuriousPencil's picture
4225 pencils

Here's another observation for you. White text on light blue background, *outside* your logo? *Might* just be ignored. I see this as a pill-necker and I see the big hard-to-swallow tablet with the instructions that it's hard to swallow.

All that's left to look at is the product name.

I don't want whale pills.

And by the time I make the connection between the big pills and the product name, I've turned the page, or left the room, or driven past, because everyone knows that the small print under a pharma logo/ad is from legal.

So, I call SCAM on this, also because there's no legal small print, or (contra)indication info as to what the product is for.

Marko Gucunski's picture
Marko Gucunski
31 pencils

Its a bit in Green Peace territory with the "Don't eat whales message"

brendansparrow's picture
202 pencils

Weak execution.

lukefang's picture
54 pencils

not bad

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