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Grater

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Published/Aired: 
October 2010
Description: 

Bingo Stain Remover

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy&Mather İstanbul, Turkey
Executive Creative Director: Tibet Sanlıman
Art Director: Evren Dinler
Photographers: Murat Suyur / Representer
3D: Lighthouse Visual Effects

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marianacastaneda's picture
marianacastaneda
Activity Score 73

I really like it. The basic idea is that there shouldn't be fear of tomato sauce, I don't think it is forced.

Mariana Castaneda

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JeffGreenhouse
Activity Score 310

It's an interesting visual, unfortunately a raw tomato doesn't actually do much damage to denim (from a color perspective). It's just making it look wet. That's why ads usually go for marinara (or lasagna) and something white or light colored.

Rastamathamba420's picture
Rastamathamba420
Activity Score 251

Congratz Ogilvy!

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17364

Really nicely done.

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doubleoseven's picture
doubleoseven
Activity Score 106

smart.

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pierrelastname
Activity Score 2869

done !!!

dadada's picture
dadada
Activity Score 1720

no idea is there.

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

Colish's picture
Colish
Activity Score 146

I don't see a stain remover here.

HappyHour's picture
HappyHour
Activity Score 2381

same comment twice.. do you seriously not understand these ads?

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Guest

this is a really confusing visual. trying waaay too hard to be clever. I have no idea what they're really trying to say, specifically the grater being jeans. The grater is making a mess, not removing a stain.

velle's picture
velle
Activity Score 1550

I. don't. get.

Guest's picture
Guest

why would you wanna put a jeans around a grater and grate a tomato leaving stains?

forced as ----

marianacastaneda's picture
marianacastaneda
Activity Score 73

I really like it. The basic idea is that there shouldn't be fear of tomato sauce, I don't think it is forced.

Mariana Castaneda

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