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Balloons

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September 2010
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Print advertisment created by Adplanet, Singapore for Espire Condom, within the category: Health.

Have a safe Christmas.

Advertising Agency: Adplanet, Singapore
Creative Director: TC Leo
Art Director: Tan Tin Yick
Copywriter: Joy Lee
Illustrator: Evan / Magic Cube
Photographer: Soon Tong / Calibre Studio

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CuriousPencil's picture
CuriousPencil
Activity Score 4225

A ceiling full of balloons doesn't scream 'safety' to me, nor danger, and nor, as mr.x points out, Christmas, though that might be a cultural thing. If the idea is to show the barrier effect of condoms, it might be a good idea not to use a Frankenstein penis with a flat end. Or to show what's at the other side of the barrier. As is, this is a contextless image of a ceiling belonging to a very unimaginative party organiser. No safety, and by the drab surrounds, no danger of sex either.

luispiter's picture
luispiter
Activity Score 2756

i love it...

Vingy's picture
Vingy
Activity Score 474

I don´t know its very white i think the idea is great but the execution is very poor

everartz's picture
everartz
Activity Score 7609

hehehe.... nice ;)

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writersblog's picture
writersblog
Activity Score 553

It's clever, but don't hide your idea and expect your TA to look for the point you're trying to make.

mr.x's picture
mr.x
Activity Score 998

Balloons that looks like sperm. I don't think anyone associates balloons with christmas?

luispedromendezb's picture
luispedromendezb
Activity Score 104

what? the idea?? the concept? very confused

Klidesign's picture
Klidesign
Activity Score 209

Cool.

Lazarus's picture
Lazarus
Activity Score 1536

Would it have been to say 'New Year's'? More relevant.

chanderjoshi's picture
chanderjoshi
Activity Score 153

gr8!!

Hidemat's picture
Hidemat
Activity Score 26

This one is great... funny and clever.

CuriousPencil's picture
CuriousPencil
Activity Score 4225

A ceiling full of balloons doesn't scream 'safety' to me, nor danger, and nor, as mr.x points out, Christmas, though that might be a cultural thing. If the idea is to show the barrier effect of condoms, it might be a good idea not to use a Frankenstein penis with a flat end. Or to show what's at the other side of the barrier. As is, this is a contextless image of a ceiling belonging to a very unimaginative party organiser. No safety, and by the drab surrounds, no danger of sex either.

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