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Paintings

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July 2009
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Print advertisment created by Contract, India for Jaypee, within the category: Industrial, Agriculture.

Advertising Agency: Contract Advertising, New Delhi, India
Creative Directors: Amit Shankar
Art Directors: Amit Shankar
Copywriter: Pranjal Bordoloi
Photographer: Corbis
Studio Artist: Anil Sharma

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Rival2000's picture
Rival2000
Activity Score 45

doesnt make sense any which way you look, whether u are a common man (end user of an apartment or bungalow) or a builder. The former will look at it as a negative point ("what??, I cant put up my fav painting?") and the latter wont give a rat's a$$

alexander_bickov's picture
alexander_bickov
Activity Score 3279

I dont get this idea

Guest's picture
Guest

Because of the strength of the cement they can't get any nails or screws in the wall.

PnT's picture
PnT
Activity Score 4

Because of the strength of the cement they can't get any nails or screws in the wall.

African_Matt's picture
African_Matt
Activity Score 48

Call me culturally ignorant but I assume the pictures themselves are of Indian royals. They appear to be wearing Eastern European dresses and I know they're supposed to be robes etc. but this was what I initially focused on when I looked at this ad.

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mrckais's picture
mrckais
Activity Score 417

ok guys, this is advertising not IQ tests

mrckais

kitkiritkit's picture
kitkiritkit
Activity Score 73

try double adhesive tape hehe

Guest's picture
Guest

Maybe I'm thinking too much but where's the benefit here?

CurryJ's picture
CurryJ
Activity Score 955

Just one step ahead of this, isn't it? http://adsoftheworld.com/media/print/melon_concrete_cross

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Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

totally

puppiepoppy's picture
puppiepoppy
Activity Score 1634

What's the benefit? So, not able to put a bloody nail into the wall would convince us to buy the cement? Also, is this ad targeted towards construction companies or layman? No bloody construction company would cares since this might be a hamper to the user. But then, maybe the target audience is a bunch of award juries.

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

this campaign is crap. do you guys realize, people like to put paintings on the wall? you focus on the maybe ONLY negative aspect of hard concrete. this is all totally wrong

Guest's picture
Guest

done.... was also finalist abbys'09

sting's picture
sting
Activity Score 12

done for ambuja .... was also finalist abbys'09... can be viewed on www.adforum.com

sting's picture
sting
Activity Score 12

done for ambuja .... was also finalist abbys'09... can be viewed on www.adforum.com

Chopper's picture
Chopper
Activity Score 1015

Appropriate wall for some art director heads.

Primitive's picture
Primitive
Activity Score 122

GET BETTER NAILS! acually if you cant fix a nail in the cement that mean its a bad kind of it..


Dont waste your life taking care of It...

http://mosab.250free.com

Guest's picture
Guest

is it just me ...or did anyone else notice ..in the glass door ..a reflection of either a person sitting on the wooden bench or the photographer itself.... ahaha..what domassessss....agency needs improvement.

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

hey, you got a really sharp eye! think that's indeed the photographer

Rival2000's picture
Rival2000
Activity Score 45

doesnt make sense any which way you look, whether u are a common man (end user of an apartment or bungalow) or a builder. The former will look at it as a negative point ("what??, I cant put up my fav painting?") and the latter wont give a rat's a$$

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