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Shanty Mathew's picture
Shanty Mathew
Activity Score 130

Phuleez. Classroom furniture arranged for a climb. Of course, it's dangerous!
Nice.

"Advertising sucks... ever so gently."

"A good advertisement is one which sells the product without drawing attention to itself." - David Ogilvy

Enas's picture
Enas
Activity Score 741

i don't like the worm colors here

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Scam Detector
Activity Score 1048

This is about building, not climbing.

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skeMaMen
Activity Score 428

Read again, it's a climbing thing!
The living colors represents sun and whole ambient is like a nature, I guess...?

Design with no knowledge about printing, it's not design!

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Scam Detector
Activity Score 1048

There is a disconnect between the visual and the copy.
The visual says "build" while the copy says "climb".
You want kids to climb, right? So why do they have to build something first before they can climb?

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everartz
Activity Score 7609

this is cool!!!
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FlyingDogs
Activity Score 968

Love it!

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Bundy Agency
Activity Score 597

Solid

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siddharthmhatre
Activity Score 11

i real dint get the ad made

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niffob
Activity Score 94

i like it

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Malala
Activity Score 295

nice photography.i think its a creative ad.

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FadZ
Activity Score 27

doesn't the visual propose danger?

Shanty Mathew's picture
Shanty Mathew
Activity Score 130

Phuleez. Classroom furniture arranged for a climb. Of course, it's dangerous!
Nice.

"Advertising sucks... ever so gently."

"A good advertisement is one which sells the product without drawing attention to itself." - David Ogilvy

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