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Guest

I really like this.

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diegocrescini
56 pencils

Kick ass. All three, good job.

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Akane
14 pencils

Not great, clear messagge.

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Guest

what you want to make an advertisement where people will try hard to understand???

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Guest

Great concept, and execution!

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Guest

Thinking time is for long! Is good on be to this.

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Guest

Agree

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Guest

Me too

federo's picture
federo
781 pencils

GOOD, really good
shocks

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Guest

I think the art is really good. Is simple, effective. Great job!

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Guest

Great job! strong messeage!

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monicamexico
830 pencils

No. Bad ad. Instead of focusing on the negative, why not give people the tools/info they need to turn it around? Do something positive?

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Guest

Insulting your kid will make them fat? And that's a very serious concern?

I like the other 2 ads, but this one just sort of confuses me.

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Guest

Only the "addict" version applies. Verbal abuse seldom leads to obesity or suicide. How about "runaway", "homeless" or "reject", those would be more realistic. The art directions isn't that great either. They could have at least used a typewriter font...

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Guest

I can imagine the effort it took to come out with this idea. Hope you didn't lose much hair, well done Avinash Sampath, Tim Bishop!

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Guest

super....concept

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Guest

cakap

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cakap

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Guest

It's very clever. But will it actually make a parent accustomed to hurling insults at a kid stop? Or does it make a community feel better about "doing something"?

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