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An ad where you scratch and lose

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Published/Aired: 
July 2011
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To make evident the main attribute of our product we decided to use the most popular scratch of the print world. THE SCRATCH AND WIN. With an appealing headline, we invite the reader to scratch off the areas that conceal two different stories. With every scratch, the stories move farther away from what the headline hinted them to be about and quickly spin into a series of unfortunate events. The way the stories develop make evident that with every scratch you can spoil a good story. We created something unlike anything ever seen on a magazine in Colombia.

The waitress looks at you and unfastens
two of the buttons of her shirt.
With every scratch, you can spoil a good story.
New Harley-Davidson® Anti-Scratch Helmets.

Advertising Agency: Publicis, Colombia
Chief Creative Officers: Rodrigo Tarquino, Jairo Lezaca, Francisco Castillo
Creative Directors: Edwin Pineda, Omar montaño
Art Directors: Rodrigo Tarquino, Julian Franky, Edwin Pineda
Copywriters: Jairo Lezaca, Omar Montaño
Graphic Designers: Rodrigo Tarquino, Julian Franky
Photographer: Dario Mora

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gioborde's picture
gioborde
Activity Score 1387

I agrree, far fetched. The game, to my opinion, is not all that bad, but doesnt really sell the benefit of the product

GiBo

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17364

I like that it's interactive but the message is convoluted. Don't scratch because you won't get the girl easily therefore non-scratch helmets are good? Seriously? :)

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pinguin13's picture
pinguin13
Activity Score 113

"With every scratch, you can spoil a good story". What kind of selling line is that. For helmets? It feels very contrived. Looks like a far-fetched idea they didn't have a product for.

P13

Lazarus's picture
Lazarus
Activity Score 1536

So what?

gioborde's picture
gioborde
Activity Score 1387

I agrree, far fetched. The game, to my opinion, is not all that bad, but doesnt really sell the benefit of the product

GiBo

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