Dacia: The Three Musketeers

Dacia encourages reading in any form

Advertising Agency: Publicis, Bucharest, Romania
Chief Creative Officer: Razvan Capanescu
Copywriter: Razvan Soare
Art Directors: Bogdan Nestor, Eliza Marin
Account Director: Catalin Albu
Account manager: Katy Szasz

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dadada's picture
dadada
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what?

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

Guest's picture
Guest

don't really get it. also der seems 2 b 4 musketeers. why dis n not anythin else?????????????? why??????

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tzuik
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I guess in your case Dacia encourages reading AND spelling in any form.

As for the ad, there seem to be too many elements from too different domains: car industry, literature and computers? Not exactly the best way to mix the three.

Guest's picture
Guest

I think it's a corporate communication campaign - being sponsorship & all. Therefore here is Dacia as a brand that tries to mean something in the community (not just as car). As for the link between literature and computers - I find quite clear and even funny.

P.S. For the ones that read just the title.... yes, "the three musketeers" were actually four: Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan ;).

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Guest

My thoughts exactly!

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Guest

Not really sure what is going on here. Guest, you obviously worked on this one...so what exactly is the connection between Pac Man and reading?

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NicholeP
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you call this advertising?

CuriousPencil's picture
CuriousPencil
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Dacia_needs_a_new_agency.

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Guest

Curious_Pencil_needs_a_job...something to write first, before jumping to conclusion ;)

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caito
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Totally agree with curious pencil.

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himanshu prabhakar
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Root??

Himanshu Prabhakar

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Wordnerd
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ouch. is this serious?

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Dzsoi
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What does Dacia do with computers? If IBM or Microsoft sponsored a Book Fair, it would be logical. But cars -> computers -> books/culture... wtf?

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Guest

I think it's about the target that does not read anymore and prefers computers instead... hence the message from literature transferred into the world of computers...

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