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sold's picture
Activity Score 3305
itch's picture
Activity Score 806

nice campaign...

* it's not how good you are. it's how good you want it to be *

Idea machine's picture
Idea machine
Activity Score 166
laylowmoe's picture
Activity Score 328

These two campaigns are great object lessons on crafting and polishing an idea.

I think neither of them got the idea quite right, but ironically it's when you mix and match them both that you get the best results. In this one, the illustrations just aren't clear enough. You've got a prisoner in handcuffs, which is a problem. You've got child soldiers abandoning their guns to play football, which is a solution. You've got someone shouting, which is a... what?

The NRDC campaign gets this right, in that their illustrations are ACTIONS - hence the message that signing their petitions is as powerful as taking such actions. But their illustrations are merely in the signature LINE, not the signature itself. Which communicates the idea much more clearly. Which the Amnesty campaign got right.

Brock Landers's picture
Brock Landers

The student deadline was something like Feb. 9. This went to print in March. It's a dead heat.

adstudent's picture

doesn't matter who did it first. it's not that great of an idea in the first place.

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

Again, again, again, again and yet again, looking at JUST the ad, I have absolutely no clue as to what it's trying to communicate.

sold's picture
Activity Score 3305